Experienced boys’ basketball team hopes to set the pace in league March 26, 2021 — by Justin Guo and Ben Li With a strong returning roster and additional practice throughout the pandemic, the boys are eager to compete again. read more » TikTok-themed picnic goes awry March 4, 2021 — by Justin Guo and Amanda Zhu It turns out that we are not fans of overly sugary food or the act of reappropriating wine glasses as utensils. read more » Top ten letters of the English alphabet March 1, 2021 — by Justin Guo and Allison Hartley Yes, some letters are actually better than others. read more » Top 10 things to do after COVID-19 January 26, 2021 — by Andy Chen and Justin Guo Top 10 read more » Professional athletes shouldn’t jump the line for vaccine January 14, 2021 — by Justin Guo Professional athletes already have the necessary resources to deal with these difficult times. read more » Why I don’t close my internet tabs December 7, 2020 — by Justin Guo There are good reasons to keep 50 plus open at once. read more » Frisbee is the best quarantine sport December 7, 2020 — by Justin Guo In times where sports are taboo, one activity rises to the top. read more » Top 10 things to give Santa this Christmas December 3, 2020 — by Eileen Bui and Justin Guo read more » Video games connect friends during coronavirus pandemic October 18, 2020 — by Andy Chen and Justin Guo In the pandemic, video games have evolved from pure entertainment into a necessary vehicle for social interaction. read more » Please consider centralizing college information October 16, 2020 — by Justin Guo Researching colleges is made unnecessarily complicated by the lack of transparency about colleges. read more » Sports teams adjust to new CIF schedule that starts in December September 9, 2020 — by Justin Guo Teams have turned toward a variety of online and in-person adjustments to maintain fitness during the quarantine. read more » I let a coin decide my fate for a few days September 5, 2020 — by Justin Guo The results were far from ec-cent-ric-h. read more » Top 10 ways to spend your quarantined summer May 21, 2020 — by Andy Chen and Justin Guo Your summer plans may be canceled, but your fun doesn’t have to be read more » Students discover new ways to exercise during quarantine April 17, 2020 — by Justin Guo Without sports or in-person P.E classes in session, students seek out exercise on their own. read more » Yes, you really are going to go survive this quarantine April 16, 2020 — by Justin Guo Stop worrying about the problems of the quarantine and look at the situation with a glass-half-full attitude instead read more » Getting good at competitive Pokemon April 16, 2020 — by Justin Guo and Christine Zhang Reporters take a trip down memory lane and revisit a cherished childhood game read more » Boys’ basketball: Not like this . . . how one junior’s season ended in pain March 25, 2020 — by Justin Guo A freak accident led to my early departure from this year’s basketball season, but not from the sport itself read more » How to soft reject someone you still want as a backup February 1, 2020 — by Justin Guo and Amanda Zhu Someone asked you to be in a relationship with them! What do you do? Here’s our template for a direct and concise letter that you can to them. read more » How to buy love January 24, 2020 — by Justin Guo Learn what Valentine’s Day gifts you should give to your significant other read more » OK, Boomers, it’s time to calm down December 13, 2019 — by Justin Guo OK, Boomer is just a joke; constantly reacting to it is just adding fuel to the fire. read more » How to never disappoint anyone ever again November 24, 2019 — by Justin Guo learn how to give gifts like a literal god. read more » Should eSports be considered a sport? October 23, 2019 — by Justin Guo Training and preparation for eSports make the equivalent of other pursuits. read more » Attempt to troll Nigerian Prince scammers fails October 17, 2019 — by Justin Guo and Michael Wong Inspired by a TED Talk, reporters desperately try to get scammed on purpose but somehow can’t manage to read more » Freshmen prepare dances early, skit late September 26, 2019 — by Justin Guo Freshmen take on the annual challenge of arranging dance, decoration and skit practices for homecoming week read more » Finding the best bathrooms on campus September 20, 2019 — by Justin Guo and Eileen Bui Two reporters take way too much time out of their day to walk around campus and rate bathrooms read more » In the blood: Morini Bianzino trio excels in athletics May 22, 2019 — by Justin Guo Following in their father’s footsteps, the three brothers compete at high levels in their respective sports. read more » Classroom simulations are effective for students May 20, 2019 — by Justin Guo Simulations enrich a student’s learning ability by providing a realistic recreation of an event. read more » Learning to write with my non-dominant hand April 25, 2019 — by Justin Guo Reporter talks about his journey of writing with his left hand and the problems he faces along the way. read more » Annual March Madness tournament culminates in close game April 3, 2019 — by Jun Lee and Justin Guo Kawhi Me a River beats 4 Year Varsity with a final score of 13-11 read more » Yearbook staff works hard to preserve memories April 2, 2019 — by Justin Guo and Siva Sambasivam Talisman is created through hours of labor and meeting deadlines. read more » Falcons struggle to adapt to as they adjust to new coaching April 1, 2019 — by Justin Guo and Oliver Ye With a new lineup, the Falcons aren’t as competitive as in the past few years read more » Lo-fi hip hop offers a unique listening experience March 27, 2019 — by Justin Guo A new genre of low fidelity music has found a home on YouTube with a strong following. read more » Doing chores has plentiful benefits March 26, 2019 — by Justin Guo Instead of constantly worrying about studying, students should look to contribute around the house whilst developing life skills, too. read more » After late-season skid, team will have to embrace a harder path in CCS March 26, 2019 — by Siva Sambasivam and Justin Guo After two straight losses late in league that are bound to hurt their CCS seeding, the Falcons will have to regroup and get healthy to have a shot at a deep playoff run. read more » Don’t feel pressured to apply to summer camps February 12, 2019 — by Justin Guo and Samantha Yee Students need to change the way they decide to apply to summer camps read more » Boys’ volleyball: Despite losing majority of starting lineup to graduation, team remains strong February 12, 2019 — by Justin Guo and Oliver Ye Challenging season lies ahead for a rebuilt team with a new coach and a drastically different roster. read more » Abe returns as wrestling head coach after a 10-year hiatus February 12, 2019 — by Justin Guo and Michael Wong Despite struggles with participation and misconceptions about wrestling, Abe remains passionate about coaching the sport. read more » Detention doesn’t deter February 12, 2019 — by Justin Guo Instead, it offers many advantages to students that are often overlooked . read more » Rector and Wang step up to coach Girls JV Basketball after Davey steps away from coaching February 12, 2019 — by Justin Guo and Colleen Feng As a result of small numbers, new teachers adjust to the task of coaching by implementing more emphasis on defense and conditioning from before. read more » Basketball: After early-season struggles, Falcon boys rebound with consolation championship at Los Gatos tourney December 12, 2018 — by Siva Sambasivam and Justin Guo Initial injuries to seniors Kyle Yu and Sehij Dhindsa set the Falcons back early on, but with more activity on the defensive end, and their continued ability to space the floor, the Falcons have topped 70 points in their last two games, blowing out Gunn and Branham. read more » On the twelve days before finals, my true love gave to me . . . December 10, 2018 — by Justin Guo and Michael Wong On the twelve days before finals, my true love gave to me: read more » Twitch.tv connects viewers through various streams December 10, 2018 — by Justin Guo and Michael Wong Twitch's streaming service offers a break from studying for students and a possible outlet for hobbyists. read more » Fundraisers evolve with new laws and less volunteerism December 10, 2018 — by Edwin Chen and Justin Guo Fundraising laws shrink magnitude of club fundraising; large scale fundraising has difficulties. read more » Senior balances time commitments for go-karting November 27, 2018 — by Justin Guo and Michael Wong Sport requires significant expenditures on equipment. read more » Local burglaries lead to more Neighborhood Watch groups October 30, 2018 — by Justin Guo and Kaylene Morrison The Saratoga Neighborhood Safety Watch program gives households communication with nearby families and with the Sheriff's Office. read more » Alarmed at the direction of politics? Don’t give up. Vote. October 29, 2018 — by Edwin Chen and Justin Guo Reporter calls for eligible students to fight against President Trump's agenda in the midterm elections. read more » Volunteer for what you want October 26, 2018 — by Justin Guo Reporter argues that Volunteering should be used to help a cause you care about, not to pad your resume. read more » Pro/Con: Minimalism October 23, 2018 — by Justin Guo and Rohan Kumar One reporter finds that cutting down on excess accessories lets him focus on the important things, while the other argues that there is no need to discard unused items to abide by a more minimalist lifestyle. read more » VTA bus route changes would impact students September 23, 2018 — by Justin Guo and Anna Novoselov How new VTA routes will affect students. read more » Spanish transfer student has easy transition to SHS through basketball program September 23, 2018 — by Justin Guo and Kaylene Morrison New transfer student look foward to joining Varsity Basketaball team this November read more » Don’t be fooled by a four-day school week September 20, 2018 — by Justin Guo The four-day school week in Colorado read more » Unpopular Opinions: Spotify isn’t all that great September 20, 2018 — by Justin Guo Review on Spotify Music read more » Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. 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