Best restaurant: Saratoga Bagels February 1, 2016 — by Navin Tiwary Saratoga Bagels provides a quick and delicious meal, especially to students looking for a nearby lunch place off-campus: The establishment is located on Saratoga Sunnyvale Road, just past Safeway. read more » Both sides of the couch: Examining the stigma surrounding therapy from two perspectives February 1, 2016 — by Caitlin Ju and Amulya Vadlakonda CASSY (Counseling and Support Services for Youth) program is a safe place where students can go for therapy and yet often don’t. The reason might be that “therapy” is a loaded word: It drags with it the difficulty of mental problems, intangible issues that so frequently are overlooked. read more » ‘The play’s the thing’: Sophomore finds joy in acting, directing January 31, 2016 — by Emily Chen Sophomore Amelia Berardo finds passion in directing for GIFT, and acting. read more » Bieber Fever strikes again: the sudden jump onto the Justin Bieber bandwagon January 27, 2016 — by Julia Miller Social media has recently exploded with a name some people assumed had fallen permanently from grace: pop sensation Justin Bieber. Teens and tweens alike have once again caught the epidemic that swept the nation four years ago. That’s right — Bieber Fever is back. read more » Reporters take closer look at Golden Gate City January 26, 2016 — by Eleanor Goh and Michelle Koo Reporters explore San Francisco. read more » Oscar nominations disappoint with lack of diversity January 26, 2016 — by Caitlin Ju In Saratoga, students recognize that racial diversity, a topic often raised by colleges, is important but in Hollywood, the recognition of the significance of diversity is a different story. read more » Sophomore battles eating disorder, learns to trust peers and family January 22, 2016 — by Caitlyn Chen and Elizabeth Lee Sophomore Althea Zhao recounts her battle with anorexia and journey to recovering. read more » Sophomore finds passion in playing Indian drums January 21, 2016 — by Katherine Zhou Sophomore Varun Viswanath continues passion of Indian drum playing since the age of 11. read more » New ‘Sherlock’ brings suspense, thrill January 20, 2016 — by Jason Zhao There is something about Benedict Cumberbatch. It might be his needle-sharp jawline, his charming British accent or his deprecating humor. Whatever it is, he’s endlessly fascinating to to watch as Sherlock Holmes. read more » El Niño’s impacts on drought deemed unpredictable January 19, 2016 — by Charin Park El Niño, which translates to “The Boy” in Spanish, is a chain of ocean-atmosphere climatic disturbances that are due to power-hose California with a series of rainstorms. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...150151152153154...160170180190200...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.