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Photos of the Week

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  • The Blazers Stunt Team performed at the Heroic Vow assembly.

  • Before the Heroic Vow ceremony on Wednesday Nov. 15, science teacher Mr. Matthew Owen taught students how to tie their ties.

  • Mr Oey’s speech during the educator of the year assembly on Wednesday Nov. 15.

  • Native American Student Union closed Café Justo after Friday A lunch.

  • La Salle hallway after hours Nov. 15.

  • Students in Mr. Mac’s seventh period World Religions class destroyed a sand mandala they created as part of a mindfulness activity on Wednesday Nov 15.

  • The La Salle academic hallway, quiet without the flow of students.

  • Yoga students went to the Aquatic Center to rock climb on Nov. 14.

  • Boys basketball tryouts on Tuesday Nov. 14.

  • A rare break of sun as autumn transitions to winter.

  • Sun in the courtyard during the afternoon on Nov. 17.

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This week on campus, the Falconer staff captured life around La Salle in a series of pictures. Highlights include the Heroic Vow Ceremony, the beginning of winter sports season, and shorter, colder days as fall begins to set in.

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John Pham, Editor
John Pham has lived in Oregon his entire life and has been a part of The La Salle Falconer for the past three years. Having been suggested to sign up for Journalism by his freshman English teacher, he has since been made an editor for the Opinion section, and at one point even managed the Sports section despite having little interest in the subject. He looks forward to every Wednesday publishing night, having nothing better to do most weeks. When not working on stories or photos for multimedia, he occupies himself by shopping for antiques and vinyl, learning tidbits of random trivia, and having a penchant for good urban planning.

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