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Talon Earns Top Awards at National JEA/NSPA Philadelphia Convention

Stacy Short, Ashley Henderson, Sam Mykel, and Nicholas West November 19, 2021

The streets of Philadelphia are notorious for attitudes, crime, and cheesesteaks, The Talon News staff added their own spin on Philadelphia Stories this past weekend as 9 students and 2 advisors traveled...

Girls soccer team celebrates senior Emma Sheehans signing.

Seton Hall Signing to Play Soccer in Fall 2022

Ashley Henderson, Editor November 18, 2021

After getting kicked out of ballet for being too energetic, she fell in love with soccer. Starting at three years old, the game has now changed her life forever. Despite facing challenges presented...

Tamara Jolly expresses dissatisfaction with proposed zoning arrangements

Tensions Across The Board

Gabby Dinnini , Jacob Stroupe, and Brenna Walters November 17, 2021

This Monday, November 15, a board meeting was held at the school in order to discuss multiple topics throughout the community. City residents met with members to discuss future changes to zoning and their...

Carmen’s Famous Italian Hoagies in the Reading Terminal Market. 
(Ella Cuneo | The Globe)

Cheesesteak Connection

Opening the big, red door of Reading Terminal Market, the aroma of fresh-baked goods and the taint of seafood wafts through the air. After COVID-19 limited business for nearly two years, the hustle and...

Frank Griffan hangs out with his friends and takes in the beauty of the city. Griffan was born and raised in Philadelphia. “I’ve lived in Philly all my life, its my favorite place on Earth,” Griffan said.

BMX Strangers in Philadelphia

Nicholas West, Director of Photography November 14, 2021

Streets of Philadelphia

Streets of Philadelphia

Owen Norkett and Jacob Stroupe November 14, 2021

Philadelphia, also known as the City of Brotherly Love (as it is derived from its original Greek translation) is often seen as something that is quite the opposite of a loving place. In fact, many from...

The tennis team placed second overall at the state tournament. (The Talon News)

Tennis Teams Earns Second In State Tournament

Emily Kain, Reporter November 4, 2021

The Argyle tennis team made history by taking second in the class 4A state tournament, with this being the first time the team has ever gone to State. The team secured the achievement by winning day one...

Teacher Jessica Reynolds and Argyle debate team drive home after a successful scrimmage in Joshua. (Jessica Reynolds)

Debate: A Standard of Success

Grant Parris, Editor October 28, 2021

Students file in one by one through the door into Debate Teacher Jessica Reynolds’s room, where they begin to take their seats and set their bags down. Everyone looks around, anxious to see their friends...

Eagles take homecoming game vs Terell on October 22, 2021.

‘Coming Home’

Alex Daggett , Special Contributor October 22, 2021

Fall is leaves changing color, crispy air, cool breezes, sweaters, and homecoming.  This Friday the football team will be playing their homecoming game against Terrell with a dance following on Saturday.  Homecoming...

First landing of Columbus on the shores of the New World: At San Salvador, W.I., Oct. 12th 1492. New York: Published by Currier & Ives. Repository. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA Copyright public domain

Columbus Day Should Sail

Izzy Lester, Editor October 11, 2021

Christopher Columbus’s discovery of America is celebrated every year in the United States on the second Monday of October. This holiday is meant to be used to celebrate the discovery of our continent...

Students meet for guitar club during mega lunch.

Mega Lunch Benefits

Ashley Henderson, Editor October 8, 2021

Mega lunch was reintroduced on campus on September 20, 2021. After less than a week, the hour-long lunch was taken away for one day based on students’ behavior and seating complications. With the possibility...

Students who are quarantined prefer to have a virtual option so they do not fall behind.

Virtual Learning Vital for Students

Owen Norkett, Reporter September 29, 2021

Coming into the new 2021-22 school year, issues of quarantining protocols, distance learning, and more have been of utmost concern for a variety of students, parents, and staff members. With COVID-19 cases...

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