Revamped grant system allows for increase in club activities March 21, 2017 — by Daniel Bessonov and Phoebe Wang New school policy allows for clubs to get creative with their ideas and funding. read more » As the NFL’s ratings drop, so do the chances of cable remaining viable March 19, 2017 — by Frederick Kim and Alex Yang Cable's death marked by dropping football viewership. read more » When friends move far away, technology helps keep close ties alive March 19, 2017 — by Muthu Palaniappan and Sophia Zivanic Technology bridges the gap between friends. read more » Silicon Valley draws parallels to real life March 18, 2017 — by Daniel Bessonov and Roland Shen Junior and Sophomore review new show "Silicon Valley." read more » Hit-and-runs leave victims feeling frustrated and angry March 18, 2017 — by Ashley Feng and Michelle Lee Students share experiences regarding hit-and-runs in SHS. read more » Japanese internment survivor faces fear after life in camp March 16, 2017 — by Kitty Huang and Angela Lee Japanese internment camp survivor recounts her story. read more » As the ‘The Bachelor’ turns: It’s easy to be addicted to ABC’s hit show March 15, 2017 — by Julia Miller Reporter explains reality TV show, "The Bachelor," and offers her own thoughts. read more » Behind the scenes of school productions: Gaya Chatterjee March 15, 2017 — by Amy Tang Raindrops seemed to fall from the sky during the fall production of “The White Snake,” landing on the McAfee Center stage, yet the audience wasn’t wet, and neither was the black matte stage that the actors stood on. This special effect was created by senior Gaya Chatterjee and other members of the tech crew, who made it look as if rain was falling from the sky by projecting images onto a screen, turned umbrellas into moons and built secret tunnels and trapdoors to get actors onstage. read more » ‘The Big Bang Theory’ misses the mark with its scientist stereotypes March 15, 2017 — by Caitlin Ju Airing on CBS since 2007, "The Big Banf Theory" averages more than 20 million viewers per episode. With its perfect prime time slot at 8 p.m. on Thursdays and memorable catchphrases like “Bazinga!” it is easy to see why viewers flock to the show. Still, the stereotypical portrayals of scientists as socially incapable geeks have drawn disapproval, especially from the scientific community itself. read more » Hechaa hits the spot with its specialty drinks March 14, 2017 — by Caitlin Ju and Eric Sze Students review a brand new tea shop is opened in Cupertino. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...118119120121122...130140150160170...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.