News

City Councilman Insults El Camino Community

City Councilman Insults El Camino Community

Hannah Widawer, Contributing writer

Mitchell Englander, the District 12 L.A. City Council member representing the Granada Hills area, surprised to the Granada student body Friday, Oct. 17 when he stood on their...  Read More »

October 23, 2014

Cross country frosh-soph beats Granada at Pierce

Shiloh Sacks, Features Editor

The cross-country team raced Granada at the Pierce track on Thursday, Oct. 9. Frosh-soph boys and girls beat Granada, while varsity boys and girls lost. Despite varsity's...  Read More »

October 15, 2014

Debate master places fifth in nation

Shiloh Sacks, Features Editor

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October 14, 2014

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A&E

Elco Grad makes finals at film festival

Ethan Millman, Editor in Chief

2012 graduate Daniel Yonathan and his film crew earned second place in The 48-Hour Film Project, an international competition, last week for their entry 24 Hours of...  Read More »

October 9, 2014

VIDEO GAME REVIEW: Super Smash Bros. for 3DS

Nick Malm, Copy Editor

Nintendo’s fourth installment in their famed multiplayer fighting game smashed its way into stores Oct. 3. The game brings the franchise’s fast-paced fighting action to...  Read More »

October 9, 2014

Local Cantor Takes the Stage on NBC’s The Voice

Nina Krishel, A&E editor

Michael Stein, the local cantor at Temple Aliyah, performed on NBC’s The Voice on Monday, Sept. 29. While he did not make it through the audition round, the...  Read More »

October 8, 2014

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Opinion/Editorial

What is bae

Rachel Duff, Ad Manager

Popular culture seems to glorify stupidity, poor decisions, and bad grammar.  Consider the popular overuse of the slang word bae (pronounced "bay"),...  Read More »

October 15, 2014

PRO- Vice Versa Dance

Ashley Paige, News editor

For the first time in ECR history, Homecoming proposals will be asked vice-versa, where girls ask the guys to go the dance, scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. in...  Read More »

October 9, 2014

Space-Age Technology and what it does for us.

James Julian, Sports Editor

Space. One simple, five-letter word that attempts to summarize the final frontier for humanity, the breaching of which was one of the greatest technological achievements of...  Read More »

October 8, 2014

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Sports

Varsity Football – Banning @ ECRCHS – Sept. 26, 2014

October 3, 2014

Football team defeats Banning High School

Ian Delnavaz, Sports editor

The football team defeated the Banning Pilots 28-27 on Friday, Sept. 26. The win against Banning gives the team a three-game winning streak. The Conquistadores trailed...  Read More »

October 1, 2014

Girls tennis beats Eagle Rock

Elnaz Guivatchian , managing editor

The girls tennis team went head to head with Eagle Rock High School yesterday at Eagle Rock High School, beating them 6-1 in both singles and doubles matches. “I think...  Read More »

September 18, 2014

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Teenage boy tested but not stopped

Teenage boy tested but not stopped

Dorrin Shahsavari, Contributing writer

Nick Morser, a 16-year-old aspiring sports analyst, recalls the day he was told he could never run again. Morser, like many teenage boys enjoys everything about sports --...  Read More »

October 11, 2014

How Private is Private?

Ashley Paige, News editor

Millions of people rely on their smartphones every day to help them manage their busy lives, whether by browsing the Web, banking online, or checking a social media website....  Read More »

October 9, 2014

Club Corner: Mock Trial

Shiloh Sacks, Features Editor

They are in court. They are in suits. They are ready to win. They are ECR’s Mock Trial team. Mock Trial acts out court cases in competition at least twice a year to get...  Read More »

October 6, 2014

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