Ceramics classes adjust to online learning December 4, 2020 — by Allen Luo and Anjali Nuggehalli Although ceramics is a hands-on course, both the teacher and students are adapting to make the most of their artistic experience read more » Old Disney reigns supreme over remakes December 4, 2020 — by Anjali Pai New animated Disney movies lack the charm and creativity that old Disney movies have. read more » Taking the road less-traveled: Alumni embark on unconventional postsecondary education paths December 3, 2020 — by Selina Chen In a school with the expectation of college directly after graduation, alumni and counselors discuss the reasons behind choosing alternative paths. read more » Top 10 things to give Santa this Christmas December 3, 2020 — by Eileen Bui and Justin Guo read more » LGBTQIA+ characters deserve happy endings December 3, 2020 — by Minsui Tang and Lily Zhang TV show writers, please stop killing your LGBTQIA+ characters. read more » Quarantine boredom leads to a ‘friendly’ competition December 2, 2020 — by Martin Xu and Mina Yeap Baking gourmet cheesecakes leads to a mess and some pretty good results. read more » Teachers increase use of new technology December 2, 2020 — by Andy Chen and Avani Kongetira While teachers are facing several challenges, the use of new technology to simulate an in-person classroom experience has generally increased student engagement. read more » Israel tries to avoid third wave with the third reopening of schools December 1, 2020 — by Lihi Shoshani K-12 students are being slowly transitioned into school, the first group, first to fourth grade, on Nov.1 to the last batch of students, eighth and ninth grade, on Dec. 6 read more » 1960s James Bond sensibility out-of-touch with #MeToo era December 1, 2020 — by Hannah Lee In light of “James Bond” star Sean Connery’s passing, sexual assault and realism in pop culture must be spoken about more. read more » Students’ relationships endure burden of political polarization December 1, 2020 — by Avani Kongetira and Amanda Zhu Driving forces behind political divide may include prevalence of the model minority ideology and mob-mentality. read more » firstprevious...10203040...4849505152...60708090100...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.