National Coming Out Day

Daphne Marsters, Staff Writer

October 24, 2019

   During Anti-bullying week, the club GSA (Gender and Sexuality Alliance) pinned up a poster on the cafeteria wall in the quad to celebrate “National Coming Out Day.” They were handing out post-it notes for anyone to stick encouraging words onto the poster. “The poster was a way to get everyon...

Nature Center Cleanup Crew

Daphne Marsters, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

   This year, students have risen to the challenge of polishing Elmo’s Nature Center. Located at the edge of The Village, the Nature Center is in rough condition and could use some help, especially after the Santa Ana winds. The Nature Center Club, led by senior Aubrey Wade, plans on providin...

El Mo Veggie Club

Scarlett Adams, Bulletin Editor

April 9, 2019

El Modena’s Veggie Club was created this year by president Audrey Houl and vice president Suzanne Hooker. The main purpose of this club is to unite vegetarians and meat-eaters alike to enjoy plant-based meals. The club hopes to spread the message that going vegan or vegetarian, or even just substit...

Picture This: El Modena’s Photography Club

Scarlett Adams, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017

President Juliette Kronenberg shares her excitement for the upcoming events of the Photography Club The new photography club on campus was created “right before Club Rush” sophomore Juliette Kronenberg says, yet she reports that there’s already a total of 79 members. Kronenberg reports that c...

Super Icy or Extra Spicy?

Colby Hurdle, Staff Writer

September 18, 2017

As a new club on campus, Spicy French Club is looking to grow and spread french culture. Avery Miles serves as Vice President alongside VP Maverick cruz, and President Jacob Rodriguez.  After wrapping up a successful club rush in which the spicy-frenchers racked up $170 in crepe sales, Miles is looking to...

Add a Little Spice to Your Life

Maverick Cruz, Jacob Rodriguez, and Avery Miles (left to right) smile after a successful club rush

Scarlett Adams, Staff Writer

September 18, 2017

A tell-all interview with the co-presidents and vice president of the Spicy French Club The Spicy French Club was founded late last school year by Jacob Rodriguez, Maverick Cruz, and Avery Miles. Only having around three meetings last year, they have already accomplished a large following and over...

The Beginning Of M.U.N.

The Beginning Of M.U.N.

Melissa Rodriguez, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

It was 8A.M. on September 24th. El Modena's brand new Model U.N. team was heading off to Santa Margarita Catholic High School for their very first caucus. Representing Zimbabwae and Vanuatu, the team was placed in the Not Freshman category; a category for those new to Model U.N. but were not freshmen. T...

Not just a FASE

Not just a FASE

Everett Earl, Photographer

May 6, 2016

Known for their traditional dances and eclectic food that seems to be the buzz of campus, during El Modena’s international week the Filipino Asian Student Education club ceases to be of shame. Otherwise known as the FASE club, they have been around for many years, continuously bringing cultural tradition...

Empowering the World

Get Rowdy: Arcos recruiting members at Club Rush.

Lauren Kliewer, Editor-in-Chief

February 8, 2016

Frontline: What does MECHA stand for? Jasmine Arcos: Moviendo Estudiantil Chicanos de Azlan (Chicano Student Movement) FL: What is the club's goal? JA: The club is to try to get the Latino community to consider college and get a higher education and learn the value of education. Most of the members ...

A Tale of Two Teams

Celia Janes, Op/Ed Editor

December 2, 2015

Two years ago, the El Modena Mock Trial team lost every single competition. This year, Team Cardinal not only won the majority of the competitions, but they moved on to be one of the top sixteen teams in Orange County. This year has brought many changes for the team.  The team has doubled, forming...

Leave Your Mark

President Celia Janes smiles for the camera

Christina Davenport, Media & Arts/ Copy Editor

September 16, 2015

This rekindled club at El Mo will allow students to truly express themselves in a variety of ways. The Imprint Literary magazine club aims to offer everyone on campus an opportunity to share their creative writing, artwork, and photography. Students will be able to submit their work, including short...

Students for Ethical Treatment of Animals

A puppy that SETA will protect

Justin Spitzer, Staff Writer

September 14, 2015

  A new club on campus is the Students for Ethical Treatment of Animals founded by senior Serena Gramm. This club aims to make life healthier and happier for all animals. “I love animals and they deserve to have equal rights,” said Gramm on why she created this club. The club will volunt...

The student news site of El Modena High School