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What Football Has Done For Me

What Football Has Done For Me

Wyatt Terlaak, Boys Sports Editor

June 5, 2019

   Football has been my rock the past four years. I don’t mean a comfortable, easy rock, that allows you to be complacent and soft. I mean a hard rock, which forces you day in and day out to grind, and to suffer.       This doesn’t seem like a positive thing, but those with a lifestyle full...

From CIF to the Future

Grace Oveson, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017

The upcoming winter season, will be a tough challenge for the girls’ soccer program this year. Last year, almost the entire team were graduating seniors, which was extremely helpful to the team. Many of these seniors had extraordinary talents El Modena hadn’t seen before, and when they all came...

2017-18 Tennis Recap

Grace Oveson, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017

Garcia shares that over the season the team didn’t win every game, but “The season was a lot of fun for all of us and we made the best of it.” “The girls have definitely become more consistent in their game and the bonds have grown as well.” Over the season, the team has achieved goals, such...

Ace, Ace, Baby

Grace Oveson, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017

  Sophomore, Hanna Zorrilla, has been playing tennis since she was 12 years old.   Before she began high school tennis, she had previously entered in tournaments outside of school, this is a trait that separates her from many other players. Many of her teammates don’t start out with prior ex...

Don’t let life get away from you

Zach Saldivar, Writer

June 5, 2017

To all the graduating seniors: don’t let the end of the school year bring a feeling of uncertainty and dread. While life beyond high school indeed is uncertain, don’t become complacent in that uncertainty. Make a plan for yourself, but not just a plan of “Well I got this part time job, sweet.”...

All You Need is a Door

All You Need is a Door

Adeline Sims, Music Editor

May 31, 2017

To be cliche, people like to say that when one door closes, another door opens. When you do not end up doing what you want to do, what you've been working for or hoping for, there is always another opportunity waiting for you. Five years ago, I fell in love with travel when I went to Europe. Since t...

History Made at BBMAs

History Made at BBMAs

Melissa Rodriguez, Staff Writer

May 21, 2017

The Billboard Music Awards of 2017 brought in many outstanding artists who accomplished numerous achievements over the past year. This year was the first time ever an artist under the genre of K-pop was nominated and invited to the music awards. BTS, a South Korean K-pop group, was revealed to have...

The Risk of Livestreams

The Risk of Livestreams

Melissa Rodriguez, Staff Writer

May 15, 2017

With a growing audience, and a growing number of content creators, live streaming has become a worldwide industry. Many streaming sites, such as Twitch and Chinese site Xiandanjia, pay their streamers using ad revenue or their subscriber base who pay a monthly fee to have perks. Websites such as Facebook...

The Heart of Education

The Heart of Education

Markus Albihn, Front Editor

May 10, 2017

Around the age of five or six, one enters the new world of learning associated with elementary school. They meet a man or woman who has made it their purpose to spread knowledge to every youthful, voracious mind they meet.   They’re taught the alphabet, the glories of sharing, the skill of reading, a...

El Modena Lacrosse

El Modena Lacrosse

Zach Saldivar, Online Manager

May 2, 2017

I’m sure many of you noticed the flyers around school advertising a meeting about a possible Lacrosse team forming at El Modena next year. Frontline had the opportunity to sit down with Athletic Director, Ed “Coach D” Drzanek, and ask him a few questions about the Lacrosse program.   Regarding...

Amazing APES

Melissa Rodriguez, Staff Writer

April 2, 2017

    When asked why AP Environmental Science was an important class here at El Modena, Ms. Kung replied with, "because they will learn about the world they live in."    The goal of the APES is to demonstrate the positive and negative effects we have on our Earth, but mostly negative, as stated...

Julia the Muppet: Autism and Acceptance

Julia the Muppet: Autism and Acceptance

Ashley Ramynke, Feature Editor

March 31, 2017

   “It’s just that Julia has autism. So sometimes it takes her a little longer to do things.” Elmo tells Big Bird as he educates his friend on the proper interaction with children with autism by creating acceptance of those with diverse mental and behavioral differences.   Julia the Muppet is a character in the...

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