Students and teachers reflect on the past year of quarantine April 1, 2021 — by Howard Shu Students have generally said that they miss social interactions and that it has been harder for them to avoid procrastination. read more » Branching out to Kero Kero Bonito’s surprisingly good music April 1, 2021 — by Chris Chen The band’s songs not only sound amazing, but also answer age-old questions like how many shrimps you have to eat before you make your skin turn pink. read more » ‘The Sound of Music’: the family film that develops with age March 30, 2021 — by Carolyn Wang My 7-year-old self’s recollection of the film changed completely when I came back to watch it as a teenager read more » Class of 2022 will face a unique set of difficulties with college applications March 28, 2021 — by Lihi Shoshani Considerations of community colleges and gap years grow more prominent as juniors handle changes to their college admissions process. read more » Sophomore Arnav Garg creates podcast to advance drone-kit business March 27, 2021 — by Shaan Sridhar and Shreya Rallabandi Get to know Saratoga High’s resident entrepreneur, podcaster and drone-enthusiast. read more » One family’s experience getting the COVID-19 vaccine March 27, 2021 — by Howard Shu The process of getting the vaccine went pretty smoothly for my sister, but my aunt had a harder time. read more » Social media trends becoming a part of teens’ everyday lives March 26, 2021 — by Nidhi Mathihalli With the growth of social media, many people are becoming pressured into buying clothes from certain brands, leading to brand-obsessive buying patterns from teens. read more » Academy Award prediction: ‘Nomadland’ will win March 26, 2021 — by Cici Xu The film, nominated as one of eight films for the Best Picture Award, embraces serenity and discusses coping with life hardened by the pandemic. read more » Comparing novel ‘On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous’ and movie ‘Hi, Mom’: Have your tissues ready March 26, 2021 — by Selina Chen These two semi-autobiographical works dedicated to each artist's mothers helped me better understand my Asian American community and heritage. read more » Reporters maintain friendship through animal nicknames March 23, 2021 — by Christina Chang, Anjali Pai and Carolyn Wang Do not mess with the inhabitants of the Discord Pets Channel. read more » firstprevious...102030...4041424344...5060708090...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.