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Living Like Bobby

Living Like Bobby

Natalia Huanosto, Front Editor

May 29, 2018


Filed under Feature, Showcase

“Live life your way, everyday, 365 days.” This motto appears so simple and straightforward. All one must do is follow their heart and they will feel content with their existence. Yet, according to many statistics and specifically the Harris Poll, reports show that American happiness is at an all...

Unnecessary Hypermasculinity in Necessary Actions

Unnecessary Hypermasculinity in Necessary Actions

Victoria Tran, Media Editor

February 2, 2018


Filed under Columns, Editor's Picks, Feature, Showcase

 Skin is the largest organ of the human body, averaging twenty-one square feet per adult person. Skin types vary from fine, dry, oily, combination, sensitive, and mature. While different and diverse, all skin has a simple commonality; it must be cleaned.   The majority of people today desire to ach...

A RUNderful Cross Country Season

A RUNderful Cross Country Season

Lauren De Moor, Staff Writer

August 28, 2017


Filed under Feature, Humans of El Modena (HOEM), Sports

One of El Modena’s returning cross country girls, Hannah Habibi, shares her thoughts on the upcoming year and reflects on past seasons as a varsity team member.   Frontline: How will this year be different from last year? Hannah Habibi: “This year will be different from the previous ye...

An End to the Six Seconds

Samantha Venegas, Media and Arts Editor

October 27, 2016


Filed under Media&Arts, Uncategorized

Today, Twitter announced they would be shutting down Vine, an application millions of users created 6 second videos with. However those who’ve heard the news, don’t seem too concerned. While Vine’s easy to navigate app and countless amount of 6 second clips are enjoyable enough to stay on the app for ...

The Fracking Fallacy

The Fracking Fallacy

Francesca Sarmiento, Staff Writer

January 10, 2016


Filed under Feature, Focus, Uncategorized

   During President Barack Obama’s 2012 term, hydraulic fracturing was proposed as a solution to the ever persistent oil issue, and unemployment (it created nearly 600,000 jobs). Fracking has helped to successfully drive the cost of gas in the United States, but at what cost?    “Fracking...

What About Thanksgiving?

What About Thanksgiving?

Scarlet Edwards, Staff Writer

November 19, 2015


Filed under Columns

  There used to be a time after Halloween during which people would relax and just embrace autumn with its crisp air and browning leaves. They would prepare for Thanksgiving with their families, and not even give any of the upcoming December holidays a second thought.   Now, it seems to be that people rush t...

Just Like You

Just Like You

Denisse Brito, editor-In-Chief

April 15, 2015


Filed under Editor's Picks, Uncategorized

Lazy, runaways, drugs, and alcohol almost always follow the term “homelessness.” Behind every face there is a story and behind every story there is a reason as to why they lead the lives they live. The leading cause of homelessness is not the typical stereotype (example: drugs), but instead is the...

Being an Observer

Being an Observer

Denisse Brito, Editor-In-Chief

April 9, 2015


Filed under Editor's Picks, Feature, Music

“I like shooting vignettes. I go to a public place like the beach or a forest with no particular story line in mind. I like to tell a story by being an observer,” says senior Henrik Albihn about his art. As the director of photography for EMTV, Albihn shoots and directs portions of the episo...

New Restaurant in Old Towne

New Restaurant in Old Towne

Jenevieve Haug, Media & Arts Editor

April 9, 2015


Filed under Columns, Showcase

On March 28, 2015 the Pizza Press officially opened in the Orange Circle. Locals can recall the construction lasting quite a long time and opening date was pushed back farther than expected, but the actual opening day was an extreme success. The aesthetic of the Pizza Press is that of an old newspaper...

Working Class Students

Working Class Students

Jenevieve Haug, Media & Arts Editor

April 6, 2015


Filed under Columns, Showcase

For many students, it is job hunting season. At least one of your friends is most likely looking for a job if they do not already have one. While there are plenty of perks to having a job at this age, there are also a number of downsides. One cool part of having a job is the money. Many working students...

Salt Lake City, Utah: An Experience

Salt Lake City, Utah: An Experience

Denisse Brito, Editor-In-Chief

April 4, 2015


Filed under Feature

Salt Lake City, Utah is not only known for having the best snow in the world, but for having one of the most diverse cultures. For National Parks reside within Utah and the state is home to a myriad of lakes, the most famous being The Great Salt Lake. Another huge attraction that brings a lot of tourist...

Senior Spring Break…Not a Break Off School

Senior Spring Break…Not a Break Off School

Denisse Brito, Editor-In-Chief

March 26, 2015


Filed under Uncategorized

For underclassmen, spring break is a time to enjoy time with their friends, go to the beach, sleep late and sleep in until the afternoon. For seniors, on the other hand, spring break is extremely stressful due to the fact they must go visit different colleges and decide which one they want to attend. Seniors...

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