Time Zone Torture: hopping between time zones too many times April 2, 2021 — by Sina Salehi Online learner discovers how people live in different time zones. read more » ‘Cloud Atlas’ movie has its highlights, but the book is more worth your time March 29, 2021 — by Selina Chen With a unique structure to amplify the power of its captivating plots, “Cloud Atlas” is a book that left me breathlessly in awe. read more » Gluttonous duo rates Girl Scout cookies March 26, 2021 — by Andy Chen and Tiffany Wang Don’t try this at home, for the sake of your wallet and your dentist’s sanity read more » Inspired by TikTok, I went on a picnic with homemade food March 21, 2021 — by Kavita Sundaram The food was good and the ambiance was even better. read more » 63rd Grammys prove entertaining and pandemic-safe, but also voters snubbed many deserving artists March 21, 2021 — by Apurva Chakravarthy Most notable wins include Taylor Swift joining big names as she became the first female to win three Grammys for Album of the Year, Beyoncé holding the most Grammys ever as a female artist and Harry Styles winning his first Grammy. read more » Seniors utilize their second semester to explore new hobbies March 21, 2021 — by Kaasha Minocha Karen Lei, Irika Katiyar and Francesca Fernandes have picked up new skills such as skateboarding, knitting, and songwriting, giving them immense joy and satisfaction. read more » ‘The Great Gatsby’: juniors debate the excesses of pursuing the American Dream March 18, 2021 — by Anjali Nuggehalli Roughly a century after publication, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel presents opportunities to delve into today’s hot-button issues. read more » 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 » firstprevious...102030...4041424344...5060708090...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.