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El Camino Reality – Season 7 Episode 10

El Camino Reality – Season 7 Episode 10

This week we take you through A - G Night, tell you how it's Cool 2 Be Kind, inform you on the effects regarding the travel ban, and showcase one of El Camino's upcoming artists.

Feb 16

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From the Alumni Archives: Bad Religion

McKenna Thurber, Editor-In-Cheif

Considered to be one of the greatest punk acts of all time, Bad Religion, who have sold over five million records, can attribute their entire existence to a public school...  Read More »

Feb 14

Busy student plans to work in Political Science, tackles high school first

Celeste Bustria, Editor-In-Chief / News Editor

While El Camino may be a few minutes away from her home, school tends to follow her to bed. “I have seven classes,” says junior Jasmine Moheb, “causing me to need coffee...  Read More »

Dec 5

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News

Slam poets audition for Get Lit team

Celeste Bustria, Editor-In-Chief / News Editor

Spitting rhymes and figurative language, students auditioned for the school’s Get Lit team for the competition in April. Poets and other writers met at the Grieb Theater...  Read More »

Feb 16

Women’s march unites millions

McKenna Thurber, Editor-In-Cheif

A sea of pink cat-eared hats and homemade posters, hand painted with phrases such as “nasty woman” and “my body, my choice,” flooded the streets of Downtown Los Angeles...  Read More »

Feb 14

Teachers Vs DeVos

Victoria Panahpour, Editorial Assistant

After Donald Trump's election victory, the public has expressed mixed reactions about his appointments for each area in government. His selection for Secretary of Education,...  Read More »

Jan 24

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A&E

Slam poets audition for Get Lit team

Celeste Bustria, Editor-In-Chief / News Editor

Spitting rhymes and figurative language, students auditioned for the school’s Get Lit team for the competition in April. Poets and other writers met at the Grieb Theater...  Read More »

Feb 16

From the Alumni Archives: Bad Religion

McKenna Thurber, Editor-In-Cheif

Considered to be one of the greatest punk acts of all time, Bad Religion, who have sold over five million records, can attribute their entire existence to a public school...  Read More »

Feb 14

Review: Art that disappoints

McKenna Thurber, Editor-In-Cheif / News Editor

Starting to get involved with art in high school, I was interested and disappointed to find that Baha Danesh’s 15-year long art career seems to have never left an amateur...  Read More »

Jan 18

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Opinion/Editorial

“New Year, New You” can be a good thing

Jack Dorfman, Sport's Editor

After a long semester where everyone encounters new challenges ranging from new friends to finals, and from fighting to pass a class and scrambling to finish your early action col...  Read More »

Feb 14

One week down, 207 to go

Zane Leyva, Opinion Editor

There comes a time in every presidency when the nation has to ask one very simple question: Did we make a mistake in electing our president? Now for many presidents, this...  Read More »

Feb 14

The morality of drugs: Not so obvious?

Jack Dorfman, Sport's Editor

If you are a casual sports fan, or live in the household of one, chances are you’ve seen Sports Illustrated magazine, watched the Superbowl on television, or maybe even ha...  Read More »

Jan 23

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Sports

The morality of drugs: Not so obvious?

Jack Dorfman, Sport's Editor

If you are a casual sports fan, or live in the household of one, chances are you’ve seen Sports Illustrated magazine, watched the Superbowl on television, or maybe even ha...  Read More »

Jan 23

Boys’ volleyball wins city title, loses to Loyola in SoCal regionals

Jack Dorfman, Sports Editor

After a season in which history was made nearly every time they stepped onto the court, the boys' volleyball season finally came to an end at Loyola High School, but only...  Read More »

May 31

Volleyball defeats Taft, advances to finals

Jack Dorfman, Sports' Editor

Boys' volleyball defeated the Taft Torreadors in straight sets, 25-16, 25-21, and 25-16, to continue its historic playoff run on May 17 at home. The Conquistadores were l...  Read More »

May 24

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