Secret Sky digital music festival features creative and flashy sets June 5, 2021 — by Christopher Chen and Jonathan Si The festival follows the release of Porter Robinson’s second album “Nurture.” read more » The age-old debate: Macs vs. Windows May 24, 2021 — by Nilay Mishra and Atrey Desai Look at individual features for clues about which you should buy. read more » The Academy Award for Best Picture goes to … who were the nominees again? May 24, 2021 — by Shaan Sridhar The 93rd Oscars embodied the year they honored, 2020, through a bleak, never-ending, unprecedented and problematic ceremony. read more » Senior recounts experience running a YouTube channel May 17, 2021 — by Oliver Ye Rohan Kumar recounts journey growing STEM channel to over 5k subscribers in two years read more » Empowerment coach creates hub to inspire and increase students’ self-worth May 13, 2021 — by Kaasha Minocha In August 2019, Jill Avery Henderson founded Life Launch to empower, support and teach students essential skills as they navigate their stressful lives. read more » About half of seniors opt to return for in-person education May 13, 2021 — by Preston Fu and Benjamin Li The social and engaging nature of in-person school draws in seniors, even with COVID-19 restrictions. read more » Netflix doc takes aim at college admissions scandal May 13, 2021 — by Kavita Sundaram and Nicole Lu “Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal” captures the dynamics of the high-profile crackdown on cheating by America’s elite on behalf of their children. read more » Students discuss cultural misconceptions in media and history textbooks May 13, 2021 — by Carolyn Wang How can classes fill in the gaps of a textbook that is meant to cover a thousand years of history in a few hundred pages? read more » The Golden Age of Hollywood wasn’t obscene — and for a good reason May 13, 2021 — by Hannah Lee As constraints on Hollywood films disappear, it brings up the question of whether more reining in would help the industry. read more » On campus for first time all year, new teachers and students try to orient themselves May 13, 2021 — by Minsui Tang New teachers and staff members return to campus for the first time, sharing positive encounters with each other and students. read more » firstprevious...102030...3738394041...5060708090...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.