Yearlong projects reach half way mark February 4, 2017 — by Alexandra Li and Roland Shen MAP students reach the half-way point in their yearlong projects. read more » The Robotics reality: 200 hours to build, 2 minutes to play February 4, 2017 — by Victor Liu and Austin Wang Robotics student discuss the large amount of hard work required to build a functioning robot. read more » Vegans embrace a healthier lifestyle February 4, 2017 — by Cassandra King and Alexandra Li Seniors Alyssa Boldt and Saba Hakimzadeh-Abianeh share experiences of being vegans. read more » Boring eaters crave more exotic foods February 4, 2017 — by Ava Hooman and Muthu Palaniappan Sophomores attempt to eat exotic Japanese foods. read more » Male beauty gurus break down gender barriers February 4, 2017 — by Muthu Palaniappan and Katherine Zhou Last fall, popular cosmetics brand CoverGirl made headlines after the company introduced its newest and first male spokesmodel James Charles, a 17-year-old male makeup artist, who creates looks on himself for social media. read more » To quit is not to err February 2, 2017 — by Saya Sivaram Senior shares experiences on tough time management read more » Seniors create lunch exchange to reduce costs of off-campus meals February 2, 2017 — by Ami Nachiappan and Roland Shen Seniors attempt to cook their own lunches rather than spending money on off-campus food. read more » Retired jerseys continue to inspire students February 1, 2017 — by Angela Liu and Julia Miller In the history of SHS sports, two jerseys worn by past players have been retired: a white-on-red football jersey emblazoned with the number 82 and a red-on-white basketball one with the number 21 worn by Randy Arrillaga and the Jeff Swanberg respectively. read more » Teachers to incorporate TV shows in enhancing curriculum February 1, 2017 — by Alexandra Li and Elicia Ye It’s clear that television shows like “Sherlock” can appeal to many different demographics, which is important to its success. In fact, Sherlock’s appeal to teenagers in itself is something of an anomaly. Teenagers are typically attracted to stories with young adult-age characters; nonetheless, they are fascinated by “Sherlock” due to the distinct nature of the characters. read more » Students predict talk show host Jimmy Kimmel’s humor will shine through at Oscars February 1, 2017 — by Roland Shen Television host and comedian Jimmy Kimmel, who is well known for his sensationally dry humor in late night talk show “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”, is set to host the 89th Academy Awards on Feb. 26. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...128129130131132...140150160170180...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.