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Winter Formal Court Interview with Caleb Maffey

Winter Formal Court Interview with Caleb Maffey

Dulce Jurado and Dulce Jurado

February 3, 2020

Frontline: “How does it feel to be on court?” Caleb Maffey: “It’s pretty cool that I was chosen. I was super surprised when I first heard that I was on it, but I’m proud to be. Thank you to all those who nominated me.” FL: “What clubs are you part of?” CM:“I’m a part of V...

Winter Formal Interview with Melissa Tea

Winter Formal Interview with Melissa Tea

Daphne Marsters, Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

Frontline: How does it feel to be on court? Melissa Tea: “It’s amazing. I’m really surprised, actually, and I really appreciate everyone who nominated me.” FL: What clubs are you a part of? MT: “I am a part of FASE and VSA.” FL: What are your thoughts on the theme? MT: “I thin...

Winter Formal Court Interview with Dulce Sanchez

Winter Formal Court Interview with Dulce Sanchez

Melissa Tea, Online Manager/Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

Frontline: How does it feel to be on court? Dulce Sanchez: “When I was informed that I was on the court, I felt nervous but very joyful at the same time.” FL: What clubs are you a part of? DS: “I’m the president of MECHA and CIA (Catholics in Action).” FL: What are your thoughts on the them...

Winter Formal Court Interviews with Jason Hoang

Winter Formal Court Interviews with Jason Hoang

Daphne Marsters, Staff Writer

January 30, 2020

Frontline: How does it feel to be on court? Jason Hoang: “I guess I was surprised because I didn’t think that I would get that many submissions.” FL: What clubs are you a part of? JH: “I’m on board for Red Cross and Interact, and a couple others.”  FL: What are your thoughts on th...

Rolling Stone Interview – Alan Mai

Rolling Stone Interview – Alan Mai

Melissa Tea, Online Manager/Staff Writer

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...

Athlete Feature – Mikayla Reyes

Athlete Feature – Mikayla Reyes

Alyssa Tierney, Copy Editor/ Girls Sports Editor

December 13, 2018

   Senior basketball player Mikayla Reyes has consistently been a stud for El Modena since her freshman year. She sports #21 on the court, saying, “ I was left with few options, however, 21 does hold some significance because I was born in 2001. I just took out the zeros of my birth year.”   Re...

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...

I Got By With a Little Help From My Friends

I Got By With a Little Help From My Friends

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...

Sports in the 90’s

Sports in the 90’s

James Joslyn, Photographer

April 26, 2017

       The 90’s was a great time to be a sports fan. In the 90’s you could celebrate a touchdown without getting a flag for unsportsmanlike conduct and basketball referees didn't call fouls every ten seconds. Teams such as the 49ers, Cowboys, Yankees, and Bulls dominated this decade all winn...

4×4 Schedule: What is it?

4×4 Schedule: What is it?

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...

Why are Teens Reading Less

Why are Teens Reading Less

James Joslyn, Photographer

March 9, 2017

It is no secret that teenagers don't read as much as generations in the past. The decline in reading for fun is most easily blamed on advances in technology. Instead of sitting down and reading a book, time is usually spent texting and on social media. Sure, teens sometimes read for school if they absolutely...

AP Testing: College Credit or Collateral Chaos

AP Testing: College Credit or Collateral Chaos

Ashley Ramynke, Feature Editor

March 3, 2017

Expo marker notes cover the whiteboard like a hailstorm of knowledge. Next to a Mount Everest sized stack of scribbled papers. A gush of wind hits as review books rapidly turn, and zombie like expressions of  distress can be heard through the school halls. This horror scene becomes  reality during...

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