Tribute to Mrs. Parizeau

Brady Charette, Staff Writer

May 6, 2020

To be a great counselor you need to be a great listener and be able to guide kids in the best possible direction which are two things Mrs. Parizeau excels at. She does everything she can to make her students feel heard and provides them with any information they want. She also puts her students firs...

Baseball Season Cancelled?

Brady Charette, Staff Writer

April 16, 2020

Find out what Senior Trent Swann has to say about his final high school Baseball season being cancelled Frontline: What were your initial thoughts when school was suspended and what impact did you think it would have on baseball?  Trent Swann: “My initial thoughts when school ended was just wow I can’t believe it. ...

I Got By With a Little Help From My Friends

People I adore.

Adeline Sims, Music Editor

May 31, 2017

 I was never big on school dances, Spirit Week celebrations, or assemblies. I loathed waking up early, pulling all nighters for school work, or just the simple task of having to spend 7 to 8 hours of my life every day in a classroom. High school is a strange thing. You love it without knowing you lo...

The Heart of Education

Photo via Wikimedia under creative commons license.

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...

4×4 Schedule: What is it?

The traditional schedule versus the new 4x4 schedule

Markus Albihn, Front Editor

March 10, 2017

   Recently, a majority of teachers approved the implementation of the new four-by-four (4x4) schedule. Many new and returning students as well as parents do not fully understand the ramifications of this change.      Each school day will now consist of four ninety-minute periods rather tha...

Series of Unfortunate Events [Review]

Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf

Markus Albihn, Front Editor

January 17, 2017

  The new Netflix original series, “Series of Unfortunate Events”, based upon the Daniel Handler book series of the same name features headline actors such as Patrick Warburton who plays Lemony Snicket, the series’ narrator, and Neil Patrick Harris who plays the dastardly Count Olaf. It also ...

Writing with Writer’s Block

Samantha Venegas, Media and Arts Editor

December 2, 2016

Writer’s block, the condition of being unable to think of what to write or how to proceed with writing, everyone’s faced this obstacle whether regular writer or not. As a writer having to come up with a fresh, new idea each week can sometimes be a challenging task, I do often find myself faced wi...

College sounds like fun until you begin applying

College sounds like fun until you begin applying

Angel De Rosas, Sports Editor

November 15, 2016

As december comes around many seniors, like me, are scrambling to get their college applications in. The time that goes into applying to colleges will amount to hours of your time filling in basic information to writing essays. For the english fanatics, writing essays may not be an arduous task. If ...

Vanguards Take the Champion’s Title

Vanguards Take the Champion’s Title

Ethan Simons, Staff Writer

November 7, 2016

  El Modena pulled through in a climactic battle against the Wildcats last Friday. Both teams fought with all their might for the champion’s title but only one could win.   The game started very slow. In the first quarter only El Modena made any points, and that was a touchdown and kick fo...

A Fresh Start for the Feature Page

A Fresh Start for the Feature Page

Ashley Ramynke, Feature Editor

September 16, 2016

Neil Young once proclaimed that, “One new feature or fresh take can change everything.” The feature page embodies this phenomenon, as it focuses on the lives of students and creates a school-wide mutual respect for the individuals who occupy El Modena. As the Feature Page’s declaration, we on...

When Procrastination Strikes

When Procrastination Strikes

Melissa Rodriguez

September 6, 2016

The return of school also means the return of our deadly enemy: Procrastination. To some, procrastination is seen as the worst thing that can happen to a student, but to others it is a blessing. Procrastination distracts us from putting our full effort into an assingment. It does not allow us to...

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