Taylor Swift’s ‘evermore’ stands out with elaborate storytelling January 11, 2021 — by Angelina Chen Swift’s second surprise album mirrors her previous album in sound but trumps it in Swift’s ability to create multifaceted stories in a few minutes. read more » An unexpected fluffy end to 2020 January 11, 2021 — by Angelina Chen After years of trying, senior convinces her parents to adopt a kitten. read more » With recruitment challenges conquered, senior commits to fence and study nanoengineering at UCSD December 14, 2020 — by Angelina Chen Even with a recent lack of tournaments due to the pandemic, senior Jason Chin is looking forward to new fencing opportunities at college. read more » Teachers reminisce in-person school benefits previously taken for granted December 11, 2020 — by Angelina Chen As teachers find a new normal in online learning, they find themselves missing aspects of in person school that an online setting blatantly lacks. read more » Pandemic impacts my younger brother in unforeseen ways December 11, 2020 — by Angelina Chen The pandemic introduces a new set of issues for my brother in middle school which could potentially affect him for many years to come. read more » Falcon website undergoes major redesign December 3, 2020 — by Angelina Chen and Apurva Chakravarthy Over the summer, the editors-in-chief and journalism adviser Michael Tyler worked with their longtime website designer to revamp the Falcon website read more » Less experience should not make or break a chance to win an Emmy October 20, 2020 — by Angelina Chen Following the 2020 Emmy Awards, actress Zendaya faces backlash for winning best lead actress over more experienced nominees. read more » Athletics director Lugo’s job changes with lack of in-person sports October 15, 2020 — by Apurva Chakravarthy and Angelina Chen Because of virtual learning, Lugo has adopted a more behind-the-scenes role as he focuses on figuring out what sports will look like in the future read more » Online learning forces teachers to adjust teaching goals September 21, 2020 — by Angelina Chen Teachers overcome difficulties through curriculum revisions and changing how assessments are administered. read more » Woodsy-themed album ‘folklore’ exposes new side of Taylor Swift’s song writing September 4, 2020 — by Angelina Chen and Anjali Nuggehalli Taylor Swift releases a surprise eighth album relating to the ideas of storytelling and tradition. read more » Senior commits to rowing at UPenn May 17, 2020 — by Angelina Chen Senior Dominick Richiuso plans to continue rowing in college after his achievements in various up-scale competitions read more » Spring sports cancellation brings bittersweet feelings May 1, 2020 — by Angelina Chen Due to the recent shelter-in-place order, senior athletes are met with lost opportunities in their respective sports. read more » Dance commission hosts online TikTok competition April 14, 2020 — by Andy Chen and Angelina Chen During these unprecedented times, the dance commission and those who competed in the TikTok contest hope to connect others through social media. read more » Freshman discovers passion for running March 9, 2020 — by Angelina Chen and Tiffany Wang Freshman Elsa Blom joins the cross country team after doing it for one year in sixth grade, becoming one of the fastest girls on the team. read more » The hidden treasures of Saratoga Village October 24, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Apurva Chakravarthy Snapshots into some of downtown Saratoga’s lesser known stores. read more » The real cost of falling donations October 24, 2019 — by Apurva Chakravarthy, Angelina Chen, Brandon Wang and Oliver Ye Already maligned programs take further hit from digitized Falcon Fest packets. read more » After hilly meet at Crystal Springs, girls’ cross country team sees promising future October 15, 2019 — by Anouk Yeh and Angelina Chen Hilly terrain causes girls’ cross country team to adapt and overcome challenges. read more » Granoff brings enthusiasm to his English classes September 11, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Tiffany Wang New AP Language Arts and English 10 teacher Matt Granoff looks forward to interacting with students in and out of the classroom. read more » New team mindset foreshadows a successful girls’ cross country season September 9, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Anouk Yeh Strong dedication and abundance of young talent point to a successful girls cross country season. read more » AirPods 2.0: Expensive doesn’t always mean better May 28, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Amanda Zhu Apple has recently released a new, visually similar version of AirPods, but people are skeptical if they are worth the high cost. read more » Sneaking into a R-rated movie May 21, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Amanda Zhu Two 15-year-old reporters try and sneak into an R-rated movie with food from home. read more » Eating like an elf: sweet poison for humans? April 3, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Amanda Zhu Reporters try an unusual combination of foods in attempt to eat like Buddy the elf from the movie “Elf” read more » Math teacher opts to teach in San Diego area next year April 3, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Amanda Zhu AP Stats teacher Andrew Shoemaker is forced to move this summer due to his wife’s health conditions and high cost of living. read more » Rainy week leads to postponing of Spring Fling activities April 2, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Amanda Zhu Following AP Testing, the school will hope for better weather to hold PowerPuff games and Lip Dub read more » No pluses or minuses leads to higher GPAs and less stress March 29, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Edwin Chen Reporters argue in favor of current grading system. read more » Little Free Library: national phenomenon spreads to Saratoga February 14, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Sherrie Shen Libraries-on-a-stick help bring neighborhoods together through a love of reading read more » Movies to get you through post-V Day sadness February 12, 2019 — by Amanda Zhu and Angelina Chen Reporters list the eight best movies to watch after a Valentine’s Day spent alone. read more » How to get the true winter experience January 31, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Amanda Zhu Reporters recommend chilly vacation destinations that provide the true winter experience. read more » Ten Ren Tea: worth it or not? January 28, 2019 — by Amanda Zhu and Angelina Chen Reporters try Ten Ren Tea and find it to be okay. read more » Finals schedule sparks different viewpoints December 12, 2018 — by Angelina Chen and Amanda Zhu The new finals schedules is a response to teacher complaints about unfairness. read more » Freshman singing group In All Seriousness posts videos on Instagram December 10, 2018 — by Angelina Chen and Anna Novoselov Freshmen Anjali Nuggehalli, Kavita Sundaram and Sanjana Somayajula pursue their singing passions by recording song covers together. read more » Jamba Juice secret menu is refreshing any time of year December 4, 2018 — by Neeti Badve, Angelina Chen and Amanda Zhu Reporters enjoy secret Jamba Juice drinks. read more » How to make your New Year’s resolutions stick November 28, 2018 — by Angelina Chen and Rohan Kumar Sophomores share strategies to help stick to New Years resolutions. Two methods include setting progressive goals instead of making a drastic change and finding a partner to help keep accountability. read more » Teachers drawn inspiration from iconic entertainers November 26, 2018 — by Angelina Chen Drama teacher Sarah Thermond and choir and orchestra teacher Andrew Ford discuss idols from childhood that impact their teachings today. read more » Green team continues environmental work from the past November 2, 2018 — by Angelina Chen and Samantha Yee Green Team continues to work on projects from past years, such as installing solar panels on campus. read more » Girls’ tennis: Falcons battle injuries as they head to CCS October 30, 2018 — by Amanda Zhu and Angelina Chen Despite several key players' injuries, the girls stay optimistic for CCS. read more » Girls’ tennis: Falcons trying to take flight in early season September 25, 2018 — by Amanda Zhu and Angelina Chen Girls' tennis team aims to go further than last year. read more » Leaked albums irritate artists, may boost album sales September 24, 2018 — by Angelina Chen and Connie Liang Reporters weigh the ethical issues of leaked songs. read more » Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. 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