Attempting to play an uncommon sport April 2, 2018 — by Ava Hooman and Muthu Palaniappan Two unexperienced reporters play squash for the first time. read more » April Fools’ revenge on my brother backfires April 1, 2018 — by Kevin Sze So when I had to use the restroom at 8:45 a.m., I forgot all about the prank and instead was thinking about math. Needless to say, I ended up falling for my own prank and the result was quite embarrassing. read more » College decisions: to share or not to share? April 1, 2018 — by Ashley Su It’s best to decide how to act after observing reactions from the friend’s rejection. If they seem super disappointed, it would probably be better to hold off giving the news for a few days. Otherwise, share the news humbly and only if asked. read more » Top 10 April fools pranks April 1, 2018 — by Ava Hooman and Jay Kim April fools prank ideas read more » What so proudly we (might not) hail: A lack of pride in America is acceptable March 29, 2018 — by Kaitlyn Wang Reporter argues that being American is something a lot more Americans aren't proud of these days. read more » Sensational pop hits of 2018 March 29, 2018 — by Shreya Katkere Reporter gives a list of must-listen songs that are topping the charts currently. read more » Ethical dilemma: What do I do if a friend asks me for test questions? March 24, 2018 — by Shreya Katkere Are you stuck at a moral crossroads? The easiest, safest, and most risk-free option when a friend asks about a test is to tell them that you don’t really remember and they should study it just to be safe. read more » Sheehy’s World History classes compete for doughnuts through trivia March 15, 2018 — by Anishi Patel and Sandhya Sundaram Sheehy's classes face off in weekly trivia tournaments that motivate students to study. read more » Army fitness test stretches football player to the brink March 15, 2018 — by Alex Wang Sophomore puts his football and badminton training to the test in physical fitness test against editor-in-chief. read more » Pre-ripped clothing: fashion trend or just plain ripoff? March 13, 2018 — by Alex Wang and Sophia Zivanic Lately fashion trends have promoted the less fabric there is, the more expensive and the more fashionable. Even celebrities have neem wearing simple clothes with huge gaping holes in them, but is it an aesthetic or a ripoff? read more » firstprevious...1020304050...7879808182...90100110120130...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.