An ode to fall clothing October 19, 2022 — by Divya Vadlakonda I love fall: I love its ambience, its serene landscapes, its aesthetic and the warmth you feel inside the comfort of your room, shielded from the crisp wind outside. As the red and yellow leaves start to pile up and the weathers change, I find myself increasingly eager to adjust my wardrobe fittingly. As we […] read more » Trick-or-treating, the best part of Halloween, is my childhood October 19, 2022 — by Beverly Xu Not once have I regretted spending three hours on the Halloween Eve of 2018 cutting out rounded cardboard rectangles, covering them with glossy poster papers scavenged from my grandpa’s dusty bookshelf and then squeezing all the orange ink out of my poor Crayola marker for my sushi costume. Dressing up for Halloween and trick-or-treating has […] read more » Marvel’s Phase 4 blunders spiral into formulaic cinema October 18, 2022 — by Divya Vadlakonda Marvel’s most recent show streaming on Disney Plus is “She-Hulk,” a series centered around Jennifer Walters — the attorney cousin of Bruce Banner — played by Tatiana Maslany. She navigates through her personal and work life in the wake of a life-changing transformation. While I like the show objectively, it is just one of the […] read more » Top 10 random things to buy on Amazon October 17, 2022 — by Anamika Anand Standing Desk Bike ($229.99) It can be hard to balance your time between school and physical activity, so simply balance on this bike! To use this product, you must be an apt multitasker who can write with the utmost focus while pedaling furiously. It’s a great deal 一 exercising while getting homework done 一 what […] read more » A day in the life of a bobarista from hell October 17, 2022 — by Allison Tan It’s a typical weekday around 3:45 p.m. and I’ve been lying in bed for approximately an hour and 10 minutes since school got out, rotating between TikTok and Instagram while waiting for the clock to strike when it comes time for my coworker to drive me to work (I failed my permit test). Where do […] read more » My summer program experience boosted my confidence as a writer October 16, 2022 — by Anamika Anand I never thought I’d travel far away from the comforts of my home to share a dorm with complete strangers for weeks just for a summer program — at least not before college — but life never goes as expected. On July 9, my dad and I drove to the California Institute of the Arts […] read more » K-pop’s latest rising stars: New Jeans October 14, 2022 — by William Norwood The summer of 2022 has led to a lot of new K-pop releases, including Seventeen’s “Sector 17” and “Face the sun,” Enhypen’s “Manifesto” and Twice’s “Between 1&2.” One of my favorites: New Jeans’ self-titled debut album “New Jeans,” which was released on Aug. 1. New Jeans is one of the newest K-pop girl groups to […] read more » Two reporters recount their accidental rendezvous in San Diego October 13, 2022 — by Shreya Rallabandi and Zach Zinman Late in the summer, we found ourselves together in San Diego with two of our other friends, seniors Fiona Feng and Anastasia Panidis, for just one night. We had more of a superficial relationship — knowing of each other, enjoying the other’s company but lacking depth — and had no intention of meeting up. A […] read more » Adam Levine cheating scandal reveals society’s (or at least his) descent into immorality October 12, 2022 — by Sarah Zhou and Sarah Thomas On Sept. 19, Instagram model Sumner Stroh posted a video on TikTok accusing Maroon 5’s lead singer Adam Levine of having a year-long affair with her. Stroh shared screenshots of Levine’s Instagram messages with her, mostly consisting of Levine “complimenting” her body in an inappropriate manner. Since then, multiple other women have also come forward […] read more » ‘The Elephant Man’s Bones’ proves rap isn’t just a young person’s genre October 12, 2022 — by Vinay Gollamudi Rahkeim Calief Meyer, better known by his stage name Roc Marciano, has been a respected figure in the underground hip-hop scene since the early 2000s. However, in a genre dominated by increasingly younger artists, the 44-year-old Long Island rapper has managed to deliver one of his most impressive efforts yet with his album “The Elephant […] read more » firstprevious...10...2021222324...3040506070...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.