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Anna McClow

Anna McClow, Assistant Editor

Anna McClow is a senior at La Salle. In her free time, she is very involved in the theater department, and enjoys performing. She has two dog, four cats, and seven chickens. She also loves coffee ice cream, and her favorite restaurant is Noodles and Company.

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Senior Isabella Griffiths said that although her time at La Salle has been an experience she will treasure forever, she is excited to see what is beyond these brick walls.

As She Gets Ready to Graduate, Senior Isabella Griffiths Strives to “Offer Kindness and Love” to The World

May 29, 2019

As a freshman girl, coming off three years of being home schooled, senior Isabella Griffiths was both excited and nervous walking into “the biggest school” she had ever been in. “My middle school...

Each of the twelve songs that are on the album have a different vibe to them; there are upbeat songs like “The Entertainment’s Here” and “Next Up Forever,” but there are also some songs that will get you in your feels like “Turning Out, Pt. ii” and “Dear Winter.”

“The Best Is Always Yet to Come:” AJR’s New Album, “Neotheater,” Is Already Topping the Charts, and Rightfully So

May 1, 2019

Adam, Jack, and Ryan Met (AJR) released their newest album “Neotheater” last Thursday, April 25, and the day after the release, the collection of songs became the #1 alternative album on the iTunes...

High schoolers Stella Grant and Will Newman are fighting two battles throughout the movie

The Movie That Is Leaving All Teenage Girls in Tears: ‘Five Feet Apart’ Shows the Struggle for Love Between Teens With Cystic Fibrosis

April 3, 2019

“Five Feet Apart” now allows me to say that I have officially cried while watching a movie in a movie theater. I have never felt so many emotions when watching a movie before. High schooler Stella...

He Was the King of Pop, and Later Revealed as a Sexual Predator: ‘Leaving Neverland’ Illustrates the Truth About Michael Jackson

March 20, 2019

Warning: This article contains some descriptions of sexual abuse. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_Ze8LjzV7Q Michael Jackson was a rockstar known for his incredible music and his legendary moonwalk....

Kiriahna Edeline has been on the varsity softball team all four years of high school. This year she is one of the team captains, along with seniors Tyka DuPuis and Abbi Maben.

Athlete of the Week: Kiriahna Edeline

March 6, 2019

Ever since she was four years old, senior Kiriahna Edeline has been playing softball. She went from hitting the ball off of a tee to becoming a varsity captain who plays first base and left field. With...

According to healthline.com, coffee contains a decent amount of several vitamins and minerals. It is also one of the biggest sources of antioxidants in the modern diet.

Five Trendy Portland Coffee Shops That You Have To Check Out

February 28, 2019

The typical coffee shops on 82nd Ave. like Starbucks, Dutch Bros., and Black Rock get a lot of business, especially when it comes to teenagers. While these shops have good coffee overall, there are so...

Junior Alison Paguio holding one of her favorite instruments to write songs with, her guitar.

Junior Alison Paguio Balances Being a Student and Songwriter

January 23, 2019

Within the last year, junior Alison Paguio has recently taken up the hobby of songwriting. She has created songs based on moments in her life that are unique to her, and that typical artists do not usually...

In a survey of 53 La Salle students, 56.6 percent of them reported that they are tracked in some way by their parents, whether it be their location or their website history.

Helicopter Parenting Needs to Stop: Parents Are Being Too Overprotective by Tracking Their Teenager’s Phones

January 16, 2019

Many parents today are tempted to track their teenagers’ phones. Students, especially those who are in high school, are driving, hanging out with friends, and going to parties. These are things that...

A set from the Broadway play

The Best Shows You Cannot Find On Television: Eight Broadway Plays Worth Watching

December 12, 2018

Since 1866, plays and musicals have been produced on Broadway. The shows often become so popular that they go on tour, so that people all over the world can come see these masterpieces at work. Audiences...

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Five YouTube Channels You Need To See: Cooking Edition

November 28, 2018

In the past decade, social media has been booming among teenagers and adults alike. Streaming apps such as Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube are no different. Just thirteen years ago, YouTube was first created...

On Tuesday, Nov. 6, many citizens of the United States voted for candidates for Governor, the Senate, and the House of Representatives.

World at a Glance: Midterm Elections, Thousand Oaks Shooting, and the Approaching Migrant Caravans

November 14, 2018

Here is a look at a few of the big events that have happened throughout these past few weeks: 2018 Midterm Elections On Tuesday, Nov. 6, the United States had its midterm elections, electing candidates...

In his fifth period freshman English class, Mr. Larson teaches his students about anxiety in school through a group discussion.

10 Things You Didn’t Know About La Salle’s Newest English Teacher, Mr. Greg Larson

November 7, 2018

Working at La Salle for a little over a year now, English teacher Mr. Larson has captured the attention of many students with his elaborate stories, as well as the complex topics that he covers in his...

All 12 students, plus Ms. Dooley and Mr. Swanson, take a hike in East Glacier National Park, with beautiful mountains in the background.

A Dozen La Salle Students Take On The Heavy Home Lives Of The Amskapi Pikuni

October 24, 2018

On October 6, 2018, 12 La Salle students traveled on a 16 hour train ride to the small town of Browning, Montana, entering the De La Salle Blackfeet school ready to learn and leaving with high hopes of...

Queens of the Court: #12 Girls Varsity Volleyball Team Heads Towards the Playoffs

Queens of the Court: #12 Girls Varsity Volleyball Team Heads Towards the Playoffs

October 11, 2018

  As the volleyball team prepares to head into their final two league games, the #2 in league and #12 in state Lady Falcons have achieved an overall record of 11-6 and a league record of 10-2...

Senior Jake Bunker in the new

New Classes Offer More Creative Options for the Student Body

September 26, 2018

In the past, students have sometimes said that the electives at La Salle are not as sensational as the ones at other schools. But there are several teachers at La Salle who are helping to change that by...

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