El Camino Reality – Season 5 Episode 16

El Camino Reality – Season 5 Episode 16

This week we talk about the Michael Brown and Eric Garner deaths, give a heartfelt goodbye to some of our long term staff, introduce a new foreign exchange program, bring...  Read More »

December 17, 2014

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News

With defeat comes learning experience

Esteban Villatoro, Photographer

After three consecutive victories, team 404 lost their latest Robotics competition. They did not get past the preliminaries at the Robotics competition held at Granada Hills...  Read More »

December 15, 2014

Angelo Pitillo crowned Mr. El Camino

Elnaz Guivatchian

Senior boys who auditioned to be candidates in the Mr. El Camino pageant came together for their final Vegas themed performance at 6:30 on Dec. 12 in Anderson Hall. The...  Read More »

December 14, 2014

Students, staff hold peaceful protest

Students, staff hold peaceful protest

Ethan Millman, Editor-in-Chief

“I can’t breathe!” and “Hands up, don’t shoot!” were two of the many chants proclaimed as students and staff protested in front of the school on Thursday, Dec....  Read More »

December 13, 2014

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A&E

Movie Review: Boyhood

Movie Review: Boyhood

Alex Sheldon, Opinion Editor

Boyhood, a film directed by Richard Linklater, is a uniquely-made film in which the lives of a family of characters is documented over 12 years. The film stars...  Read More »

December 15, 2014

Featured Poet: Jake Shulman

Elaine Holguin, A&E editor

Jake Shulman is a senior in Patricia Estrin's Creative Writing class, where he writes poems and other literary pieces. He wrote his poem, "Winter Wonderland," right...  Read More »

December 15, 2014

Choir, Camerata and Orchestra present a “Winter Wonderland”

Elaine Holguin, A&E Editor

Choir, Camerata and Orchestra presented their winter concert in Anderson Hall on Thursday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. They performed holiday music, as well as other winter-themed...  Read More »

December 12, 2014

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Opinion/Editorial

The pressure to be perfect

Ashley Paige, News Editor

Every day you wake up and look in the mirror to see your reflection. Some people like what they see. Many do not. Nowadays, people believe you should look...  Read More »

December 15, 2014

We are the source of our stress

Nick Malm, Copy Editor

The time of year has come at last. Classes stop covering new material and begin to review the semester’s subjects. That’s right: finals are here. Depending on the...  Read More »

December 15, 2014

Technology takes over

It is the end of the fall semester, and finals are right around the corner. Everything we have learned throughout the last 20 weeks will come to a brutal end in either a...  Read More »

December 15, 2014

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Sports

Wrestlers win Newbury Park meet

Ethan Millman, Editor-in-Chief

The wrestling team started their season strong as they crushed Chatsworth in their first league dual meet on the road on Thursday, Dec. 4, with a final score of 66-18. The...  Read More »

December 15, 2014

Girls soccer shuts out Cleveland

James Julian, Sports Editor

The girls soccer team shut out Cleveland 4-0 on Friday, Dec. 12, bringing their overall record to 2-3. “I thought we worked really hard and passed a lot,” senior Jamie...  Read More »

December 15, 2014

Cross Country Competes in Prelims

James Julian, Sports Editor

Boys and girls cross country competed in the LA City CIF Cross Country Preliminaries on Thursday, Nov. 13. Despite having what they considered to be a good performance,...  Read More »

November 19, 2014

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Abuse here at home

Ethan Millman, Editor-in-Chief

A high school student – let’s call him David – sits in his house in fear as his mother tells him his father will be home soon and seems angry. With no other option,...  Read More »

December 15, 2014

Club Corner: Robotics

Nick Malm, Copy Editor

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December 10, 2014

The history behind Black Friday

Nick Malm, Copy Editor

Everyone knows the rush. People line up outside of their neighborhood retailer, waiting for the doors to open. Some people even set up camp the night before, holding their...  Read More »

November 17, 2014

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