The La Salle Falconer

Freedom, Liberty, and Vending Machines: What Issues Matter to You?

Freedom, Liberty, and Vending Machines: What Issues Matter to You?

Liam Rinehart, Staff Reporter

April 18, 2018


Filed under Student Life

With this year's Student Council elections just weeks away, The Falconer will be trying something new in an attempt to help students cast well-informed votes. The Falconer will be reaching out to all of the candidates and requesting that they answer questions regarding issues that the student body...

Bubbly, Sassy, and Inspirational: “Legally Blonde” Comes to La Salle

Bubbly, Sassy, and Inspirational: “Legally Blonde” Comes to La Salle

Emily Hawkins, Staff Reporter

April 18, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, Student Life

La Salle’s spring musical, "Legally Blonde", kicks off in just two days! Opening night is on Friday, April 20th at 7pm in the La Salle auditorium, and the show then continues for a run of five more performances. "Legally Blonde" tells the story of Elle Woods, a fun, outgoing, and upbeat college st...

Runways and Photo Shoots: Junior Ana Marie Martinez Pursues Modeling Career

Runways and Photo Shoots: Junior Ana Marie Martinez Pursues Modeling Career

Peyton Hedges, Editor

March 21, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

Walking down runways and posing in professional photo shoots isn't a common extracurricular activity for most high school students. However, for junior Ana Marie Martinez, this is her life outside of La Salle as a fashion model. For much of her life, people have been telling Ana she should be a model. ...

Humans of La Salle: Spring Break Plans

Humans of La Salle: Spring Break Plans

Dakota Canzano and Maggie Rasch

March 21, 2018


Filed under Humans of La Salle, Student Life

Spring break is coming up this week, which means that both students and faculty are getting excited for their big week off. We interviewed some students and teachers in the La Salle community to see what diverse things they are doing for spring break. Freshmen: Will Rakoz “For spring br...

Humans of La Salle: How Student Athletes Manage Both Being a Student and an Athlete

Humans of La Salle: How Student Athletes Manage Both Being a Student and an Athlete

Dakota Canzano, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2018


Filed under Humans of La Salle, Student Life

It can be difficult and stressful trying to manage school and sports. We talked to a variety of student athletes at La Salle about how they keep a healthy balance between being a student and an athlete. Here are their responses: Sport(s): Softball “I usually have practice right after school so ...

The Shoes That Walk La Salle’s Hallways

The Shoes That Walk La Salle’s Hallways

Peyton Hedges, Editor

February 28, 2018


Filed under Fashion, Student Life

No outfit is complete without the perfect pair of shoes to match. With all of the stylish and trendy clothing being worn by students at La Salle, it's not uncommon to find exciting and trendy shoes on the feet of students as well. Here's a look at some of the most unique and exciting shoes being worn...

Student of the Week: Ellie Low

Student of the Week: Ellie Low

Emily Hawkins, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Junior Ellie Low has dialed in how to manage academics and sports, while still finding time to spend with her family and friends. Throughout her two and a half years at La Salle, she has maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.78, while balancing a challenging course load and participating in many extracurr...

La Salle Students Give Up Luxuries in Honor of Lent

La Salle Students Give Up Luxuries in Honor of Lent

Tarn Bregman, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2018


Filed under Humans of La Salle, Student Life

  Today La Salle students and staff celebrated the beginning of Lent with the Ash Wednesday mass. This Catholic holiday is forty days long and will continue until March 29th.   Lent is a time of remembrance and fasting. Catholics around the world give up something they are close to in or...

Mr. Darmody: The Good Samaritan

Mr. Darmody: The Good Samaritan

Kendal Shride, Assistant Editor

January 25, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

  Although a fairly new addition to La Salle, joining the staff in 2016, Mr. Darmody has already made a big impact on the school and community. With a strong love for teaching and devotion to volunteer work, there is one word that perfectly sums up what Mr. Darmody is as a person: passiona...

Student of the Week: Nolan Grogan

Student of the Week: Nolan Grogan

Peyton Hedges, Assistant Editor

January 24, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

With his outstanding 4.07 cumulative GPA and a long list of athletic accomplishments, junior Nolan Grogan has proven just how hard working and dedicated he is in his two and a half years at La Salle. As a member of the varsity basketball team for a second year and having also made the varsity baseball...

Goodbye Big Name Brands, Hello Parents’ Closet

Goodbye Big Name Brands, Hello Parents’ Closet

Sam Hull, Staff Reporter

January 24, 2018


Filed under Fashion, Showcase, Student Life

Unique, personal styles have been a prominent part of high school for as long as freedom of dress has existed in the school system. Every person has an individual style, but what fashion trends are “in” right now? If you take a look around La Salle you will likely notice more than a few girls spo...

2017 Christmas Drive Wrapping Party Slideshow

2017 Christmas Drive Wrapping Party Slideshow

Kendal Shride, Assistant Editor

December 13, 2017


Filed under Student Life

As most members of the La Salle Community knows, every year, La Salle takes on the responsibility of supporting many families from our neighboring grade school, Lot Whitcomb, for the annual Christmas Drive. Each Falcon Formation class has been assigned a family, with the task of raising money and buying ...

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