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By: Shelby Williams – As summer and graduation approach, students at Seton- La Salle will be making final decisions about what to do after high school.

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By: Maddie Grafft – The National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) held a convention on April 22 and 23 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for around 6,000 Catholic educators for professional development and inspiration.

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By: Dylan Bornschlegel – Marvel Studios has done it again with the release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

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Sneakerheads

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By: Adam Pistella – A dress down day for many used to be an opportunity to wear sweatpants or jeans but in the last few years these days are becoming a way for students to show off their sneakers.

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By: David Boehme, James Ross and Julian Rose – A Video Report

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By: Matthew Wilke – The Rebels Tennis Team won their first match in two years Monday March 17 at South Park High School. It seems as though this team is making a turn-around, partly due to their new coach this year, Bernie Wilke.

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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. Name:  Liz Wildenhain Grade: 12 Were you surprised by either your nomination, or win? Yes and no. […]

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Find out what the Boys’ Basketball team has to say after their stellar season. Interviews conducted by: Taylor Mercurio and Hannah Duffy, Video editing by: James Ross

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Boy’s LAX

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By: Jake Parks – As the winter sports come to a close and the spring sports begin here at Seton-LaSalle. Boys Lacrosse is entering its fifth season.

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By: Kevin McLane – Do you ‘like’ school?’ Is it working for you? An opinion piece on modern High School education.

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