Through trial and error, junior finetunes her studying methods April 24, 2021 — by Kaasha Minocha Some successful strategies include studying in segments and changing your scenery read more » Students discuss appeals and challenges of Middle College April 23, 2021 — by Christina Chang Prospective students look forward to a wider selection of course offerings and better preparation for a four-year college. read more » Diving into the new wave of R&B April 21, 2021 — by Jason Cheng Rising talents such as Sabrina Claudio, Omar Apollo, Ruel and Giveon take the spotlight. read more » ‘Dancing with the Devil’ shares Demi Lovato’s struggle with her overdose April 21, 2021 — by Kaasha Minocha The poignant documentary addresses Lovato’s overdose, sexual trauma, eating disorder and mental health struggles in hopes to prompt discussions. read more » Updated CDC social distancing guidelines prompt mixed reactions from SHS community April 15, 2021 — by Christina Chang and Martin Xu Although there is some hesitation regarding the recently published research stating that 3 feet of social distancing is enough in K-12 schools, many feel comfortable with the change. read more » Recalling ‘lockdown day’ prompts reflections on my American identity April 14, 2021 — by Selina Chen Now in the time of racial reckoning, I wonder how to classify my experiences leading up to March 13, 2020 read more » ‘Fermat’s last theorem’ by Simon Singh chips away at an enigma once available only to specialists April 9, 2021 — by Nilay Mishra Only serious mathematicians can understand the proof of Fermat’s last theorem by Andrew Wiles, but Singh makes the technicalities understandable to even the most inexperienced readers. read more » Top ten worst days of the week April 3, 2021 — by Andy Chen and Bill Yuan Face it: Some days are always better than others read more » What is the extent of the First Amendment in schools? April 2, 2021 — by Stephanie Sun and Martin Xu Mary Beth Tinker of the famous Supreme Court case tells The Falcon about her views on student speech rights. read more » Students and teachers adjust to an increased use of cellphones in class April 1, 2021 — by Anouk Yeh & Esther Luan Teachers find different ways to prevent phone use, while students take advantage of the increased accessibility read more » firstprevious...102030...3940414243...5060708090...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.