By: Brianna Dusch – Here at Seton-La Salle, the week leading up to the Homecoming dance is commonly known as “Spirit Week”. Spirit Week is filled with events and theme days that help set the tone for the week, hyping up the student body for the events of the weekend to come.
By: Brendan Duffy – Trebels, Seton-La Salle’s student run acapella group, held auditions to accept 12 new members in order to double in size and talent for next year’s International Competition of High School Acapella (ICHSA).
By: Katherine Quigley – The first meeting was a success, bringing in students from all grades with a common interest in the fast-advancing technology of computers and their accessories.
By: Kevin McLane – The Rebels are off to an impressive 3-0 start after beating South Park, South Allegheny, and Carlynton respectively. Seton has outscored their opponents thus far 138-13.
By: Abigail Bender – A new food service, AVI Foodsystems has been introduced to the students of Seton LaSalle high school this year.
By: Ryan Kendrick – The Boy’s Soccer Team wants to be recognized as having one thing; a legacy. Over the past 13 seasons, they have boasted a record of 226-48-9, with 10 section titles, 12 WPIAL Playoff appearances, 5 WPIAL Championships, 9 PIAA Playoff appearances, and 2 state titles.
Needless to say, they are good.
By: Mofoluke Obiri – Increasing Number of Sleeping Kids in Class Raises Questions on School Starting Times
By: Marielle Peji – Modern Media is brand new course that has been created for those students interested in journalism. In this course, students will learn about different types of media and the different styles of journalism.