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Orange Tree Lighting

Orange Tree Lighting

Natalia Huanosto, Front Editor

December 11, 2017

The El Modena Chambers Choir and seniors in the El Mo Vocal Music Department performed with Orange High School’s Choir on December 3rd. The Tree Lighting is an annual ceremony in which these groups perform for hundreds of local Orange citizens. This year was the 23rd annual Tree Ligthung Ceremony,...

Bleeding Cardinal and Gold

Bleeding Cardinal and Gold

Ashley Ramynle, Feature Editor

October 7, 2016

   Community is commonly defined as a social group of any size whose members reside in a specific locality, share government, and often have a common cultural and historical heritage. Collaboration is the action of working with someone to produce or create something. These dictionary definitions list ca...

Fun At The Fair

Fun At The Fair

Zach Saldivar, Online Manager

September 4, 2016

The OISF has been around since 1973, and became an official organization in 1985. Originally, the first “Street Fair” was in 1910, but that was a one time event. In 1973, the 100 year anniversary of the city of orange, they wanted to replicate the fair of 1910. The 1973 fair was so popular, that...

Paws for a Purrfect Cause

Paws for a Purrfect Cause

Celia Janes, Op/Ed Editor

May 19, 2016

  Volunteerism is important in any community.  It allows neighbors to connect with one another and improve our society.  People are able to volunteer in a variety of activities, whether it be working with children or serving food at a soup kitchen.  For El Modena English teacher Mrs. Chertock,...

S.O.S. (Save Our Schools)

S.O.S. (Save Our Schools)

Celia Janes, Op/Ed Editor

April 27, 2016

May 4th, 2015: A fire occurred at El Modena High School during first period.  Students in their classrooms were evacuated and waited for three hours to go back to class.  Another group of students, however, were forced to stay in what, as far as they knew, could have been a burning building.  These stud...

Going For the Gold

Going For the Gold

Celia Janes, Op/Ed Editor

February 10, 2016

Few people can manage multiple AP classes and a load of extracurricular activities.  Sophomore Julianna Janes is the exception. Janes is involved in French Club, Environmental Club, and volleyball.  She is also vice president of the sophomore class and is involved in her church’s youth group. ...

A Fight For The Cure

A Fight For The Cure

Jessica Cedillo, Photographer

August 29, 2015

On January 25, 2015 Clarissa Covarrubias, a student from El Modena High School, was diagnosed with Craniopharyngioma, which is a tumor that develops at the base of the brain near the pituitary gland. Being only thirteen years old, she had no choice but to undergo three brain surgeries and six weeks...

Kaylin’s World As Key Club President

Kaylin’s World As Key Club President

Jordan Cowdell, Staff Writer

February 26, 2015

Junior, Kaylin Ikeda, is a hard working student and athlete who manages to take on the responsibility of being the president of the Key Club. She works with Linda Nguyen (12), Monti Rahman (9), Stephanie Tamayosa (10), and Tiffany Cao (12) in finding different opportunities to volunteer. They meet...

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