Weir leads maintenance staff in preparation for eventual in-person school December 12, 2020 — by Andy Chen and Cici Xu The pandemic has added new routines for the maintenance department; however, it does not prevent the staff from being optimistic and getting ahead of their projects. read more » Teachers reminisce in-person school benefits previously taken for granted December 11, 2020 — by Angelina Chen As teachers find a new normal in online learning, they find themselves missing aspects of in person school that an online setting blatantly lacks. read more » Introverts more likely to thrive in quarantine while extroverts find ways of safe interaction December 11, 2020 — by Apurva Chakravarthy and Aaria Thomas During the COVID-19 pandemic, students have coped differently with online learning and quarantine depending on their sociability. read more » Seeking connections in a pandemic December 11, 2020 — by Preston Fu Whether it be via social media or in-person get-togethers, students socialize with friends to normalize their lives read more » Chess gets the recognition it deserves with the help of Twitch streamers and Netflix show ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ December 11, 2020 — by Christopher Chen Streamers have made a bizarre but very welcome transition from fast-paced modern video games to chess. read more » Quarantine allows senior to focus on digital art and 3-D computer graphic design December 10, 2020 — by Vicky Bai Rishabh Anand’s renderings have become more realistic and skilled with each attempt. read more » How a certain 7-year-old learned the truth about Santa December 10, 2020 — by Jun Lee I went on a mission to reveal Santa and found out my dad had been dressing up as the Santa for years. read more » Curry dumplings: a family classic December 9, 2020 — by Howard Shu My family makes them a few times a year, and we enjoy the process and, especially, eating them. read more » Welander adjusts curriculum to virtual learning through variety of approaches December 9, 2020 — by Benjamin Li and Allen Luo STEM teacher overcomes challenges brought by online learning and looks to future hybrid models with anticipation. read more » Not every depiction of Indian culture needs arranged marriages December 9, 2020 — by Viraaj Reddi If American media wants to cover Indian culture, there are countless other aspects they can tap into besides repeating the same trope. read more » firstprevious...102030...3839404142...5060708090...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.