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Junior and soon-to-be Eagle Scout Charlie Lewy is holding an Open Mic Night Donation Drive as his Eagle Scout project. “Donate before-hand, come to the event, it’s going to be fun and you don’t even have to come to the event to donate,” he said.

A Falcon Becomes an Eagle: Junior Charlie Lewy Holds Open Mic Night Donation Drive To Earn Eagle Scout Rank

Josephine Robinson, Editor in Chief September 27, 2023

For junior Charlie Lewy, the opportunity to become an Eagle Scout is a “big honor.”  Lewy has been a part of the Boy Scout community since he was in the first grade and has been looking forward...

Finding something that was durable, lighter in color, and would not look out of date in the years to come were all factors in selecting the new floor. “We wanted something that will stand the test of time,” said Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer Mr. Matthew Winningham.

Lights, Floors and Bulletin Boards: Here’s the New Main Hallway

Josephine Robinson, Editor in Chief September 13, 2023

With the start of a new school year this fall, there are once again some noticeable differences around La Salle. Over the past couple of years La Salle’s campus has seen many new updates, with the...

Olivia Rodrigo has plenty of fans among La Salle’s student population, including seniors Ale Garcia, Andrew Keller, and Addie Moreland. “I just love the mix and the variety [she] always has,” Garcia said. “There’s a fun rock song, and then it transfers into a super sad song, but I just have this connection with all of them.”

“GUTS” Review: Olivia Rodrigo’s Vulnerability Sets Her Apart in an Age of Visibility

Brooks Coleman, Assistant Editor September 13, 2023

Disclaimer: This article reviews an album with explicit content in it. When Olivia Rodrigo broke through with her debut record “SOUR” in 2021, it came as a shock to the rest of the pop scene. For...

This year’s valedictorians include Carson Frick, Nate Dominitz, Ellie Sandholm, and Onni Barron. The salutatorians are Gabriel de Leon and Catie Tassinari.

The High School Journey in Academics and Beyond: Class of 2023 Valedictorians and Salutatorians Share Their Stories

As the 2022-2023 school year comes to a close, it's once again time to wish our seniors luck as they get ready to move on from La Salle. Following the yearly tradition, the administration has chosen...

“I think theres a spirit among us that is still very much there that we had when we graduated,” Terry Joy said.

Falcons Return to the Nest for Golden Falcon Luncheon

Seleste Maldonado Ruiz, Staff Reporter May 24, 2023

On Friday, May 19, La Salle hosted its second annual Golden Falcon Luncheon. This year's event reunited the class of 1973 after 50 years. Although this new tradition was originally set to begin...

Despite the weight of our experiences, or depth of our argument, any time we speak up or confront our peers, friends, community or the world — no matter who is saying they’re listening — our voices are endangered to falling on deaf ears.

Fed-Up, Fatigued, and Feminine: Existing as a Woman in a World of Men

Clare Daudelin and Maya Raphael May 24, 2023

  Disclaimer — The language used in this article reflects the societal tradition of gender existing as a binary concept. In order to clarify the impact of this binary system, the language used...

Following the pandemic and worldwide adjustments made to schooling and students lives, the topic of mental health and the struggles that students are facing remains prevalent.

“It Is an Issue That Is Growing”: La Salle Talks Mental Health

Lillian Paugh and Lucas Pinaire May 24, 2023

In his 2021 Youth Mental Health Advisory, the Surgeon General said that “the challenges today’s generation of young people face are unprecedented and uniquely hard to navigate. And the effect these...

Participants were given a sticker after volunteering, and the sticker they received depended on the outcome of the success of their donation.

La Salle Holds Spring Blood Drive

Lillian Paugh and Hannah Whiteside May 10, 2023

For the second time this school year, La Salle held a blood drive, where students and staff were able to volunteer to donate blood during allotted times throughout the school day in the La Salle gym...

Students lined up at the taco stand with Principal Ms. Alanna O’Brien seen serving.

New Festival Finds Roots at La Salle

John Pham, Assistant Editor May 3, 2023

Over the course of a week, starting on Monday, April 24, La Salle celebrated its first Roots Festival. The first event of its kind at La Salle, the festival was intended to share and celebrate La Salle’s...

 Students and staff wore their college attire to school, signifying the school they will be attending or the one they have attended.

The Next Four: Class of 2023 Finalizes Plans on College Decision Day

Seychelle Marks-Bienen, Staff Reporter May 3, 2023

May 1 is nationally recognized as College Decision Day, marking the last day for seniors to officially accept offers of admission to their school of choice. For most, it is a day of celebration, as...

Narcan, also commonly known as Naloxone, is an opioid overdose-reversing drug supplied both as an injection and nasal spray form for emergency rescue use.

“We Realized That It Needs To Be Done”: La Salle Implements Opioid Overdose Rescue Kits

Lillian Paugh, Editor April 26, 2023

Amid ongoing national and local opioid-related fatalities in recent years, La Salle has equipped its campus with overdose reversal kits as a precautionary measure and an effort to bring awareness to students...

Junior Ashley Nelson and senior Will Clem took home winning titles over the weekend for their work in theatrical makeup design and scenic design, respectively.

La Salle Thespians Earn First Place in State, Advance to International Competition

Lillian Paugh, Editor April 17, 2023

On Saturday, April 15, two members of La Salle’s International Thespian Society (ITS) chapter made history in Salem at the Oregon Thespian State Festival as the first La Salle students to ever advance...

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