Team pranks on another level with “ugly Facebook photos” and fake parking tickets April 16, 2015 — by Caitlin Ju and Amulya Vadlakonda At the end of this newspaper prank war, it is safe to say our team was the winner. read more » Unmotivated seniors fail at prank wars April 16, 2015 — by Rachel Hull and Michelle Leung After having been pranked ourselves, we knew we had to step it up. Unfortunately, as we’re second semester seniors, we quickly gave up on a more elaborate idea. read more » Senior finds love for basketball through hard work April 1, 2015 — by Aditya Chaudhry Senior point guard Michael Cole wasn’t always the star scorer who could carry his team to victory. read more » Senior finds passion for breakdancing April 1, 2015 — by Aditya Chaudhry Senior finds his passion for dancing read more » The road less traveled: the community college route March 31, 2015 — by Nidhi Jain and Allison Lin In a typical year, somewhere from 10 to 15 percent of Saratoga High students will attend two-year universities after graduation, according to recent statistics. Students choose community college for a variety of reasons, whether it is the lower costs associated with the community colleges or the knowledge that transferring to a four-year university works well after attending a two-year community college. read more » The effects of nutritional supplements March 31, 2015 — by Allison Lin Many young athletes aspire to be ripped, with muscular physiques of mature collegiate national champions or Olympians. They use products intended for ingestion that add nutritional value to supplement an athlete’s diet, and come in the forms of powder, shakes, pills, energy drinks and even chewing gum. read more » Can you make a foreign dinner for your family? March 30, 2015 — by Ami Nachiappan Reporter takes on a dare from the Falcon's Lifestyles editors to prepare a foreign dinner for her family. read more » Raving trend begins among upperclassmen March 30, 2015 — by Stefanie Ting and Eileen Toh Raves are parties or events attended by large numbers of people, where attendees from all around the area can dance to fast, electronic music. More upperclassmen have begun to attend these events as an outlet to relieve the stress of their busy lives. read more » Clubs struggle to maintain active membership March 30, 2015 — by Emily Chen and Ami Nachiappan Since the beginning of the school year, about 17 of the 28 clubs surveyed by the Falcon have experienced a decrease in membership. Many clubs have had trouble sparking an interest and recruiting club members, though the recent Club Rush helped raise money. read more » Clocking in long hours: Teachers’ perspectives on grading March 30, 2015 — by Stefanie Ting and Rachel Zhang Teachers put in countless hours each day to keep their classes moving ahead. Their efforts are often overlooked, brushed off by some students' remarks on how slow some teachers are at grading papers. Some parents even complain in the form of emails, also blinded from the work teachers put in behind the scenes. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...168169170171172...180190200210220...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.