Alarms clocks have failed me time and time again October 22, 2020 — by Nika Bagherian My alarm clock can’t seem to do its job of waking me up on time. read more » Less experience should not make or break a chance to win an Emmy October 20, 2020 — by Angelina Chen Following the 2020 Emmy Awards, actress Zendaya faces backlash for winning best lead actress over more experienced nominees. read more » International boarding schools become reality for some SHS students during COVID-19 October 18, 2020 — by Kavita Sundaram and Nika Bagherian Coronavirus restrictions in the U.S. have made the freedom and novelty of international boarding schools more appealing to students. read more » Video games connect friends during coronavirus pandemic October 18, 2020 — by Andy Chen and Justin Guo In the pandemic, video games have evolved from pure entertainment into a necessary vehicle for social interaction. read more » New dynamic for students working jobs during quarantine October 18, 2020 — by Nicole Lu and Esther Luan While many student employees have faced drastic job and policy changes, others have found success in working virtually. read more » Faith intertwined: Virtual religious services prove essential for connections October 18, 2020 — by Selina Chen From Zoom meetings to YouTube live streams, religious communities keep their bonds in a year when large in-person celebrations are canceled or significantly altered. read more » Yearbook staff grapples with the challenges of distance learning and low sales October 18, 2020 — by Selina Chen The 61st Talisman will be like no other. read more » A COVID reality: School focuses on helping students rather than punishing them for mistakes October 16, 2020 — by Jason Cheng and Vinay Gollamudi Connectivity and power issues pose new challenges for both students and admins to work through together read more » My cat’s campaign for attention has left me at wit’s end October 16, 2020 — by Marisa Kingsley This is a cry for help. read more » Organizers hope for strong teen turnout as Nov. 3 election looms October 16, 2020 — by Nicole Lu Amidst a historically low voter turnout for teens, students and alumni alike hope to reverse the trend come November read more » firstprevious...10203040...4748495051...60708090100...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.