Granoff’s teaching experience unexpectedly pays off in parenthood March 21, 2020 — by Vicky Bai Granoff’s knowledge of child psychology helps him teach his child basic lessons and improve his methods of teaching. read more » ‘Parasite’ win is a step forward for Asian diversity March 21, 2020 — by Elaine Toh After winning at the Academy Awards, the South Korean film makes a mark in film history. read more » Students pay to volunteer in far away places even as others question whether such trips are worthwhile March 14, 2020 — by Vicky Bai and Nicole Lu Despite questionable ulterior motives, students who participate in voluntourism learn lessons of a lifetime. read more » Senior bikes to LA over course of seven days March 12, 2020 — by Esther Luan Senior Alvin Ren and friend take advantage of spring break to make bike trip along Highway 1 to Los Angeles. read more » Dietary habits can lead to less spending on meals March 11, 2020 — by Andy Chen For many who choose to undergo dietary restrictions like veganism, these habits can result in a less costly lifestyle in addition to religious, moral or health benefits. read more » AP teachers differ in beliefs about preparing students for AP exams March 11, 2020 — by Andrew Li AP Chinese and AP English Language courses have varying amounts of focus on exam, but still provide students with skills needed to succeed. read more » As students scramble for summer recs, teachers encourage other options March 10, 2020 — by Andy Chen Teachers urge students to seek internships and job opportunities to pursue their true interests, rather than apply to summer programs to boost their resumes. read more » Sophomore pursues comedic passion March 10, 2020 — by Andy Chen and Anouk Yeh Inspired by a family friend, sophomore Dhruva Nair often performs standup comedy for both friends and large events. read more » Exchange students navigate life away from home March 10, 2020 — by Vicky Bai and Preston Fu Foreign exchange students adapt to Saratoga and American culture. read more » Not just another statistic: an examination of teen suicide March 9, 2020 — by Marisa Kingsley and Andy Chen With teen suicides surging in the past decade, students share their own battles with suicide and what can be done to prioritize students’ mental health. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...5960616263...708090100110...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.