People shouldn’t overlook problematic moments in TV classics October 12, 2020 — by Lihi Shoshani Shows like "Friends" and “How I Met Your Mother” need to be held accountable for their homophobic and transphobic comments read more » Living Room Conversations fosters civil discourse in Saratoga October 10, 2020 — by Kaitlyn Tsai After a hiatus in 2019, the organization has begun to make a comeback in light of the increasingly tense sociopolitical climate. read more » LGSUHSD students push for sexual health curriculums amid national changes September 30, 2020 — by Apurva Chakravarthy Trump Administration’s new Title IX regulations allow schools to dismiss a larger number of cases, a change that many student activists at Los Gatos and Saratoga have not taken lightly. read more » MSET maintains schedule despite quarantine restrictions September 25, 2020 — by Nidhi Mathihalli Despite facing difficulties in collaboration, the robotics team runs traditional events to make this year as normal as possible for team members. read more » Shiuan leads music program through challenging times September 24, 2020 — by Nicole Lu Amidst the departures of various music department staff, Shiuan faces newfound obstacles as the new performing arts department chair read more » Gossip, rumors in ‘Sunset Boulevard’ provide addictive storyline September 24, 2020 — by Nika Bagherian Netflix drama shows competition and cut-throat nature behind the scenes in the real estate world. read more » Young adults encouraged to become poll workers amid coronavirus-induced shortage September 24, 2020 — by Preston Fu Less than half of 2016 poll workers remain for the November election due to coronavirus concerns, and many organizations aim to remedy this issue read more » Cancel culture has often gone too far September 23, 2020 — by Anjali Pai The toxicity and other incompetent qualities of cancel culture has greatly reduced its ability to be effective read more » Future Doctors of America Club simulates professional medical diagnoses September 21, 2020 — by Samantha Yee Students and club officers role-play as doctors and patients in the newest health club. read more » Online learning forces teachers to adjust teaching goals September 21, 2020 — by Angelina Chen Teachers overcome difficulties through curriculum revisions and changing how assessments are administered. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...5455565758...708090100110...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.