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Rolling Stone Interview – Alan Mai

Rolling Stone Interview – Alan Mai

Melissa Tea, Online Manager/Staff Writerr

October 2, 2019

Alan Mai - Sophomore - Esports Club President Frontline: What goals do you have for this school year? Alan Mai: For this school year I am looking especially towards bettering myself where I can and being able to maintain the standards that I’ve set for myself the year before. Not only do I want to kee...

Persistence Paying Off

Scarlett Adams, Staff Writer

January 23, 2018

Senior Jason Holzgang gives insight on making the jump from manager to player on the varsity basketball team  Senior Jason Holzgang has been a manager for boys basketball over the past three years, but this year, he made the varsity team. Holzgang describes it as, “Huge. I’ve always wanted t...

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...

Talent is Not in Short Supply

Talent is Not in Short Supply

Alyssa Tierney, Online Manager

October 13, 2017

Libero: noun. the rearmost, roaming defensive player in volleyball. Also where the shortest player on the court is located. Standing just above five-foot, Katie Real is one of the liberos for the Varsity volleyball team. Her position is to sub in for the middle blocker and pass back row. However, at the...

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...

Sean Warren Shares His Story

Mia Gutierrez, Staff Writer

September 13, 2017

    FL: If it’s okay, could you possibly elaborate on what exactly happened SW: “So I was on a camping trip with my friends and we were off roading in a, kind of like a dune buggy and we were going on a turn and the dune buggy rolled over and my hand got crushed under the roll b...

Cheer is Ready for the New Year

Scarlett Adams, Staff Writer

August 28, 2017

Going into her second year as a cheerleader and first year as a captain, sophomore Kayden Wagner reveals her excitement for the upcoming seasons, her plans for her team, and her thoughts on cheer and being a captain. Frontline: What do you want people to know about the cheer team this year? Ka...

Can You Dig It?

Abigail Capra, Staff Writer

August 27, 2017

With volleyball season just around the corner, freshman Miranda Fahie is ready to take on the court with the varsity team. Fahie is very smart when it comes to this intense sport, and it will show on the court this volleyball season.   Frontline: How does it feel being a freshman on varsit...

Donnelly Dominates the Field

Donnelly Dominates the Field

Colby Hurdle, Staff Writer

August 27, 2017

Sophomore Lucas Donnelly began playing football only a year ago but he quickly picked up the sport, as he won MVP and played four positions for the freshmen team.  Watch out for him this upcoming year as Donnelly is competing for starting spots on the varsity squad.   Frontline: What are you involved in...

Artist of the Year Nominee: Xavier Williams

Artist of the Year Nominee: Xavier Williams

Markus Albihn, Front Editor

March 2, 2017

Xavier Williams is a senior who was nominated for the O.C Register's artist of the year by Mrs. Mull. Xavier submitted a segment of the EMTV's series "What in the world is going on with...".  Xavier is an extremely dedicated student to the art of film; he is a huge part of the EMTV program taking p...

Parayao Deciphers Personalities

Parayao Deciphers Personalities

Ashley Ramynke, Feature Editor

February 3, 2017

Roaming the halls of El Modena with a striped scarf and signature fedora, junior Kylan Parayao finds interest in discovering the personalities of his fellow students. Specifically the difference between introverts and extroverts, in which this hobby was sparked by his life as an introvert and his observant...

Getting To Know Beaman

Melissa Rodriguez, Staff Writer

January 27, 2017

Some would be surprised to find out Mr. Beaman, the teacher responsible for El Mo’s reputable Ceramic class, AP Art History, as well as the soccer team coach, had no idea what his dream job was until after college.    Beaman muddled around for about a year after graduating college until he decided ...

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