Renée Modina (she/her) picked up writing in elementary school, a skill that she attributes to her elementary school teachers. She wrote fantastical stories with whimsical names, one being Pearl and the Magic Moonstone. This is her fourth year writing for the Eagle’s Scream, and her third as our Head of Proofreading and Publishing. Nowadays, she has shifted from fictitious stories to research pieces to share her knowledge.
In addition to her journalistic abilities, Renée has a musical ear. Her symphonic journey began at the ripe age of three when she started playing the piano, a hobby she only recently replaced with the flute, which she plays in our school’s marching band. When playing music, Renée’s favorite genres are jazz, classical, or anything fast-paced and upbeat. She aspires to one day feature in a movie’s soundtrack, her ideal one being La La Land.
Renée has constantly changed her mind regarding her future profession, but at the moment, cognitive sciences seem like the way to go. Having been in Los Angeles her whole life, she’d like to study somewhere on the East Coast. Wherever life takes her, Renée will surely grace our eyes and brains with her ethereal music and neurological aspirations.
Bio by Victor Pack