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Humans of La Salle

Humans of La Salle

Maddie Pfeifer, Staff Reporter
November 17, 2014
Filed under Humans of La Salle, Student Life

One simple idea of taking pictures of the people of New York has grown into a major blog called Humans of New York. This blog has been an inspiration for many, including the Falconer staff. Humans of New York was created with the idea of taking pictures of random people on the streets and getting...

Project Unify Soccer Team Looks to Continue Success

Project Unify Soccer Team Looks to Continue Success

Maddie Pfeifer, Staff Reporter
November 3, 2014
Filed under Student Life

The La Salle Project Unify soccer team looks to keep their season going strong on Monday on the La Salle turf at 4:30 against McMinnville. The Project Unify program at our school allows the students in our Signum Fidei (signs of faith) program to play sports, have fun, and interact with other students....

Why I Love La Salle

Why I Love La Salle

Clarice Beasley, Editor
October 29, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Deciding to transfer high schools my senior year was one of the biggest decisions I have ever made. As I weighed the pros and cons of staying at my old school, I had a lot of unanswered questions about coming to La Salle as a senior. Would I make friends? Would I like my classes? What if I didn't know...

Homecoming Week Recap

Homecoming Week Recap

Virginia Jacobs, Staff Reporter
October 24, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Here's a quick recap and slideshow of Homecoming Week 2014: Monday: Homecoming week, themed Once upon a time, got off to a great start on Monday, which was Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum day. This day was filled with fun, especially at lunch where the first lunch time activity was watching students stumble...

Sophomores Put in 9 Hours for Community

Sophomores Put in 9 Hours for Community

Emrie Good, Staff Reporter
October 16, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Currently underway, all sophomore Biology students at La Salle are required to complete nine hours of community service for the Ecology Service Learning Project. Over the course of the year, the Biology classes go out to a near creek to learn about how humans can improve the environment for the future...

Once Upon a Time: Homecoming Week 2014

Once Upon a Time: Homecoming Week 2014

Maddie Pfeifer, Staff Reporter
October 15, 2014
Filed under Student Life

October is a month known for Halloween, Pumpkin Spice Lattes, and fall weather - but at school, it means homecoming. With homecoming quickly arriving, The Falconer wanted to give students a preview of what the Once Upon a Time homecoming week is going to look like. Happening all throughout the...

An Introduction: Transfer Students

Clarice Beasley, Editor
October 8, 2014
Filed under Features, Student Life

Each year, La Salle welcomes freshmen and transfer students on September 2nd, also known as Orientation Day. Orientation Day, which is planned and executed by La Salle's LINK crew, works to connect all of the incoming students with each other. However, after that day, it is all too easy for the transfer...

Falcon Formation: New Year, New Class

Falcon Formation: New Year, New Class

Maddie Pfeifer, Staff Reporter
October 6, 2014
Filed under Student Life

With a new school year always comes changes. This year, one major change at La Salle Prep is the inclusion of a Falcon Formation class. These Falcon Formation groups consist of about 20 students who will stay with their group for all four years at La Salle. The students will have this class every...

Freshmen Share First Impressions of La Salle

Freshmen Share First Impressions of La Salle

Emrie Good, Staff Reporter
October 6, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Going to high school can be intimidating, exciting and hectic, especially when you're a freshman. With classes at La Salle in session now for more than a month, freshman have had a chance to form first impressions of the 2014-2015 school year. The La Salle Falconer staff asked several freshmen to share...

La Salle’s Community Atmosphere Makes Sports Fun

La Salle’s Community Atmosphere Makes Sports Fun

Emrie Good, Reporter
October 6, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Nights at La Salle include the stadium lights turning on, the bleachers filled with family and friends, and the Lasallian community coming together to support their peers. Many students report that there is a new feel during sports events, especially at the Friday Night Football games. Not only is there...

A Club For Everyone

A Club For Everyone

Maddie Pfeifer, Staff Reporter
October 6, 2014
Filed under Student Life

This new school year has brought with it some new clubs to join some of the already established ones. Some of the returning clubs this year are Book Club, Cat Appreciation, Outdoor Club, and Robotics. New clubs Joining these established clubs this year are some brand new and unique clubs for...

iPads Send Locker Use Into Freefall

iPads Send Locker Use Into Freefall

Alex Bridgeman, Staff Reporter
October 6, 2014
Filed under Features, Student Life

Student locker use seems to be at an all time low as many are finding their iPads significantly reduce the amount of supplies they need to have for school. Some students report that their lockers have been rendered all but obsolete by the iPads that have replaced the textbooks and notebook, reducing...

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