Senior attracts 81.8k followers on Harry Potter Instagram account February 13, 2018 — by Stephen Ding As a middle schooler with lots of spare time, Ren was infatuated with the world of wizard Harry Potter, the world-renowned series by author J.K. Rowling. read more » Winter Formal draws 520 but also goes over budget December 13, 2017 — by Stephen Ding and Aaron Choi The Christmas theme fully immersed them in the winter mood; from the biting cold on the outside and the dimmed lights on the inside, the scene seemed to be straight from a Christmas song. read more » Hot or not: wiggle brows November 1, 2017 — by Stephen Ding Over the past couple months, the wiggly brow trend has taken over social media. Columnist tries this trend for a day and sees his peers' reactions. read more » New school resource officer works to forge connections November 1, 2017 — by Aaron Choi and Stephen Ding The school’s new school resource officer, Deputy Russell Davis, is working to combat false safety stigmas. read more » Top 10 ways to procrastinate on college apps September 27, 2017 — by Aaron Choi and Pranav Ahuja and Stephen Ding 10. See how much weight you can gain as a senior — the Freshman 15 is a thing of the past! read more » Sophomore shares experience of living with five siblings September 12, 2017 — by Stephen Ding and Andrew Lee Only 2 percent of U.S. households have four or more children, and only 1 percent of households hold more than seven people, making Daniel Burgos's situation of having 5 siblings highly unusual. read more » Softball’s home run season makes history May 31, 2017 — by Stephen Ding and Neil Rao Game against Carmel gives girls confidence that they can play and beat higher seeded teams. read more » From then to now: Class of 2017 to ‘glow up’ for Senior Prom May 25, 2017 — by Stephen Ding and Elicia Ye With more than 275 students set to attend Senior Prom and dozens of interactive exhibits at The Tech Museum of Innovation, the senior class officers are hoping for an event that tops last year's widely praised Junior Prom. read more » A rabbit-induced obsession with carrots May 1, 2017 — by Stephen Ding Junior recounts childhood obsession with carrots. read more » Softball: Davey adapts to role as team’s main pitcher March 30, 2017 — by Stephen Ding, Neil Rao and Jenny Qian Softball team starts season off shaky, but stabilize as season progresses. read more » Club hopes for another successful ‘Pennies for Patients’ campaign March 28, 2017 — by Stephen Ding and Vivien Zhang Club hopes to have another succesful fundraiser. read more » Robotics: a way of life for the Frances February 10, 2017 — by Stephen Ding and Alexandra Li Frances family gets really into robotics. read more » Softball prepares for new season February 10, 2017 — by Stephen Ding and Neil Rao Softball gears up for a strong season. read more » Swimming out of control? January 30, 2017 — by Stephen Ding Junior discusses inordinate fear of sharks while swimming in pools read more » Girls’ volleyball fights hard to reach CCS November 1, 2016 — by Karen Chow and Stephen Ding Girls' volleyball enter CCS read more » Quad Day recap: Freshmen sprout wings and soar through unsteady winds October 5, 2016 — by Stephen Ding The Class of 2020 performed their first ever quad day on Sept. 27, themed after the Disney movie “A Bug's Life.” The Quad Day featured a 20-minute skit with five different dances between different scenes in the script, including the partner dance, girls dance, boys dance, Bollywood and the finale. read more » Medical treatment: A human right or privilege? October 3, 2016 — by Christopher Lee and Stephen Ding The outcome of the court ruling determined that their children had a right to medical treatment, establishing that medical treatment is not a privilege but a right. read more » Girls’ volleyball brings their A game September 26, 2016 — by Stephen Ding and Karen Chow Falcons muscle up with victories over Gunn and Santa Clara. read more » Students change lives by building homes in Mexico May 19, 2016 — by Stephen Ding and Austin Wang They also learn practical construction skills. read more » Waking early, Isa Berardo makes rallies happen April 14, 2016 — by Stephen Ding What senior Isa Berardo does in the early morning. read more » Feb. 5, 2016 February 5, 2016 — by Stephen Ding and Daphne Liu SHSTV this week includes segments on Bombay in the Bay, the bell schedule controversy, Mr. Saratoga and robotics. read more » One board is all I need December 7, 2015 — by Stephen Ding Reporter defends snowboarding over skiing. read more » DECA and FIDM partner for fashion challenge November 22, 2015 — by Stephen Ding and Caitlin Ju In the challenge, participants forecast a fashion trend for the fall and winter seasons. read more » Not adding up: Berkeley math professor unjustly fired November 22, 2015 — by Stephen Ding On Oct. 31, the Cal math department made the formal decision not to renew the contract of math lecturer Alexander Coward. read more » Top 10 things to do on Halloween October 28, 2015 — by Stephen Ding and Olivia Lu Get ready for Halloween! read more » Seniors take on roles in Homecoming for the first time October 28, 2015 — by Stephen Ding and Austin Wang Many seniors participated in Homecoming for the first time this year. read more » MESH unites musicians of all ages October 22, 2015 — by Stephen Ding and Angela Liu MESH is an outreach program in which Saratoga High musicians mentor the band and orchestra students at Redwood Middle School. read more » SCOPE finds new place among volunteering clubs October 21, 2015 — by Stephen Ding and Katherine Sun SCOPE meets each Friday at lunch with adviser Ken Nguyen in room 001 and is the latest to join the ranks of the school’s volunteering clubs. read more » Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. 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