Boys’ volleyball focuses on improved teamwork to help performances March 17, 2023 — by Andrew Lin and Victoria Lin Despite a rocky start, the team’s improved chemistry gives them hope. read more » Like most things in life, eating should fall into a healthy middle ground March 9, 2023 — by Andrew Lin It’s time to normalize being healthy and demystify how to get there. read more » ‘Let’s Start Here’: a psychedelic time machine back to the ‘70s March 1, 2023 — by Andrew Lin Lil Yachty has added a modern twist to alternative rock. read more » Student directors create productions exploring themes of life and death February 15, 2023 — by Andrew Lin and Parav Manney Seniors Amrita Gopal and Dragon Neal worked tirelessly with their classmates since November to deliver a stunning viewing experience. read more » School averts post winter break COVID-19 outbreak January 26, 2023 — by Andrew Lin The number of cases per week has steadily decreased from a peak in mid-December. read more » AI-generated images aren’t the future of art January 24, 2023 — by Andrew Lin, George Huang, Eric Shi While the emergence of AI might seem threatening to artists, in reality there’s nothing to fear. read more » How to start lifting December 16, 2022 — by Jason Cheng and Andrew Lin In the midst of the new year craze, here’s how to stay focused and dedicated to your muscle-building journey. read more » Spotify Wrapped should include more detailed statistics December 14, 2022 — by Andrew Lin It’s a gift that could have better presentation. read more » There is no more defending Kanye West November 10, 2022 — by Emma Fung and Andrew Lin Kanye’s near-perfect discography does not excuse his recent behavior. read more » Drama program prepares for fall play ‘The Crucible’ September 24, 2022 — by Andrew Lin and Victoria Lin The play, written by Arthur Miller, is in the historical fiction genre and depicts the Salem witch trials. read more » Top 10: Kanye songs September 10, 2022 — by Andrew Lin My opinion of the GOAT’s best songs. read more » District searches for new superintendent after Mike Grove announces retirement for health reasons May 18, 2022 — by Andrew Lin A new superintendent is expected to be named by mid-June. read more » Kristofer Orre takes over as Intermediate P.E. teacher for second semester May 15, 2022 — by Andrew Lin Orre was interested in the position because of his experience coaching strength and conditioning for the school’s sports teams. read more » King for a day: the changes I’d make to the cafeteria if I could April 28, 2022 — by Andrew Lin I can’t bring my own lunch from home, so this is what I endure read more » Top 10 fonts March 23, 2022 — by Andrew Lin and Atrey Desai Fonts have feelings and we just hurt them read more » Ruining protein powder: a pitiful example March 20, 2022 — by Andrew Lin Local sophomore becomes yet another victim to scientific progress. read more » School to host Grad Night in person on June 2 March 18, 2022 — by Andrew Lin and Sam Bai Grad Night will host an array of activities from 10pm to sunrise on the next day. read more » What you need to know about the Russian invasion of Ukraine March 18, 2022 — by Lynn Dai, Andrew Lin and Daniel Wu The basic rundown on what has been happening in Eastern Europe. read more » Students, teachers weigh in on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine March 16, 2022 — by Lynn Dai, Andrew Lin and Daniel Wu A conflict captured in videos and on social media inspires strong feelings and mirrors other conflicts. read more » After months of deliberation, school board leaves bell schedule unchanged January 21, 2022 — by Andrew Lin and Nikhil Mathihalli A survey found that 50% of respondents preferred to keep the fall bell schedule, influencing the district’s decision. read more » Longtime football coach Lugo accepts athletic director and head coach job at Mountain View January 21, 2022 — by Andrew Lin The 14-year football coach and PE and health teacher built a strong program that fell on hard times in recent years. read more » Achieving perfection after two reboots and nine tries: ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ January 18, 2022 — by Andrew Lin and Sam Bai Out of all of the movies released in 2021, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” takes the cake as the best. read more » Boys’ water polo closes season with a loss to Lynbrook at league finals November 22, 2021 — by Bill Yuan, Sam Bai, and Andrew Lin With a senior-heavy team, the program will need to rebuild next year. read more » Increasing tardies, unexcused absences result in punishments November 19, 2021 — by Andrew Lin The administration is considering bringing detentions back in response to students arriving late to class. read more » Ethnic studies would work better as a whole-year class November 19, 2021 — by Andrew Lin The scope of the class is a better fit with more time to cover important areas. read more » Sam and Andrew get insanely jacked November 18, 2021 — by Sam Bai and Andrew Lin Two boys on a gnarly journey to get swole. read more » Top 10 places to cry November 4, 2021 — by Andrew Lin Cry loud, cry proud read more » Advisories resume; more changes still planned October 9, 2021 — by Sam Bai and Andrew Lin Because of teacher complaints, advisory lessons’ content and format have been adjusted. read more » Beijing’s grip on Chinese gaming and media tightens October 9, 2021 — by Atrey Desai and Andrew Lin Are these restrictions helping China’s teenagers or hurting them? read more » Boys’ water polo currently undefeated October 8, 2021 — by Sam Bai, Andrew Lin and Esther Luan Efficient practices and strong team chemistry contribute to the team’s outstanding performance. read more » Hot dogs ARE sandwiches. September 30, 2021 — by Andrew Lin Esteemed sandwich scholar puts the debate to rest read more » The proposal of an Olympic chess event is utterly ill-conceived September 13, 2021 — by Andrew Lin Chess is competitive, but that doesn’t make it a sport. read more » Visuals by Andrew March 17, 2023: Boys’ volleyball focuses on improved teamwork to help performances Senior middle Mateusz Palusinski spikes the ball past the opponents’ defense to score a point. March 9, 2023: Like most things in life, eating should fall into a healthy middle ground No-win situation. January 26, 2023: School averts post winter break COVID-19 outbreak Depicted are the COVID cases from Aug. 22 to Jan. 20. December 14, 2022: Spotify Wrapped should include more detailed statistics 2022 Wrapped has led me to expand my extremely one-dimensional music taste. November 10, 2022: There is no more defending Kanye West The many faces of Kanye West. September 10, 2022: Top 10: Kanye songs Kanye is No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 of all time May 19, 2022: Baseball team makes CCS after a three-game win streak to end the regular season Junior shortstop and pitcher Lucas Dennis throws a pitch during the last game of the regular season on May 12 against Fremont. May 15, 2022: Kristofer Orre takes over as Intermediate P.E. teacher for second semester Kristofer Orre instructs junior Anthony Wang on proper form for an exercise called the thruster. May 12, 2022: 100% sugar? More like 100 grams of sugar April 28, 2022: King for a day: the changes I’d make to the cafeteria if I could The meatballs have a texture similar to rubber erasers, which is concerning. Notice the lack of green vegetables. March 18, 2022: Boys’ tennis: Falcons gear up for success with new players No. 1 Singles Kosei Ogata serves in a match against Los Gatos, and the Falcons ultimately won 6-1. November 22, 2021: The need for tech refresh: Establish a tech booster organization November 19, 2021: Increasing tardies, unexcused absences result in punishments November 19, 2021: Ethnic studies would work better as a whole-year class November 7, 2021: So you want to play all the games The Falcon has reviewed recently? Start here October 9, 2021: Advisories resume; more changes still planned October 9, 2021: Beijing’s grip on Chinese gaming and media tightens October 8, 2021: Girls’ tennis season off to a rough start, working on team bonding September 30, 2021: Hot dogs ARE sandwiches. September 24, 2021: Club participation increases to pre-pandemic levels UNICEF club advertises to potential members on the second day of Club Rush. 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