By: Abby Bender – Students wonder why there is not a way for them to get wi-fi on personal devices.
Congratulations to the following individuals who were selected as Student of the Month. These students were chosen by the faculty because of their outstanding character, respect for others, Christian attitude and active involvement in the community of Seton-La Salle.
By: Jared Capozza – The Seton LaSalle Boy’s Lacrosse season has just begun and questions remain on how the upcoming season looks for the team.
By: Kevin McLane – All Night Volleyball is back again so get your team ready and come have fun for a good cause
By: Ryan Kendrick – The only thing dirtier than the bathrooms at Seton LaSalle are the words written inside them.
By: Ana Johnston – You may think you have an overall understanding of Lent, but there are several common misconceptions that we, as a Catholic community during this Lenten season, may or may not know..
By: Jerome Wassel – The question is whether or not you’ll know how to fight the ticket when it happens, and that’s what this article will hopefully lay out for you– what VASCAR is, how it works, and how to beat it.
By: Luke Mathias – On Thursday, February 16, 2017, immigrants all across the country participated in the event known as “A Day Without Immigrants.”
By: Kevin McClane – According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) 1 in 25 adults in the United States suffer from severe mental illness each year.