Bringing back iconic Nickelodeon show is a smart move for Netflix March 18, 2021 — by Hannah Lee With news of nostalgic TV shows like “iCarly” becoming available on Netflix, the streaming platform continues to raise mixed feelings from audiences. read more » Social media aesthetic picnic: not as easy as it looks March 18, 2021 — by Stephanie Sun and Mina Yeap Our TikTok picnic at Azule Park, including the famous wine glass cake and charcuterie board. read more » ‘Born a Crime:’ Trevor Noah’s hilarious memoir takes readers on an emotional rollercoaster March 18, 2021 — by Avani Kongetira Noah’s witty storytelling makes “Born a Crime” an immensely enjoyable read that covers difficult topics such as living in poverty and overcoming the boundaries of apartheid read more » Review: an indoor dog ball that doesn’t go under furniture March 18, 2021 — by Shaan Sridhar My dog loves to play with his ball inside the house, but always shoves it under furniture and then cries. For Christmas, we solved his problem. read more » Catan: a perfect game to play with family March 18, 2021 — by Andy Chen Patience, strategy and guile are essential in trying to outsmart your opponents. read more » Sunright Tea Studio: Costly and out of the way, but great boba March 18, 2021 — by Apurva Chakravarthy and Anjali Nuggehalli The efficient ordering process and getting to try drinks we had never tried before made this experience very enjoyable. read more » The Biden administration has lifted my morale and calmed the news cycle March 18, 2021 — by Shaan Sridhar All the stress from the Trump Administration distracted me from my priorities. Now, I’m free from the weight of politics. read more » Representing North Korea: a Model UN delegate’s plight March 10, 2021 — by Selina Chen How adopting state-mandated haircuts can solve hyperinflation: Reporter navigates the insanity of DPRK-speak. read more » I read books from my mom’s childhood and learned a lot March 8, 2021 — by Neeti Badve Mystery novels like “Nancy Drew,” “The Famous Five” and “The Secret Seven” are worth the read even with their emphasis on normalcy. read more » LitRPGs are pretty lit March 7, 2021 — by Christopher Chen Combining books and games works surprisingly well. read more » firstprevious...102030...3839404142...5060708090...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.