Yikes, look away: Students reminisce and regret Old Navy outfits January 22, 2020 — by Kaasha Minocha The trendiest styles today will end up being the tackiest outfits in the future. read more » From Drake to Queen: a music taste transformation January 17, 2020 — by Anjali Nuggehalli As a challenge to myself, I only listened to ‘70s music for an entire week. After listening to countless new artists and songs, I realized that my experience was more of a discovery than a “challenge.” read more » ACE club tutors Chinese students through online meetings January 17, 2020 — by Jonathan Li and Nicole Lu Junior Anthony Qin establishes club aiming to prepare rural Chinese students for annual gaokao read more » TOP 10 list: the best of the past decade January 17, 2020 — by Esther Luan and Tiffany Wang Counting down the best moments from each year of the decade read more » ‘Last Christmas’ relies too heavily on cast charisma, lacks in substance January 13, 2020 — by Andrew Lee While the film’s lead actors burst with charm, it’s not enough to carry the weight of a forgettable and lackluster plot. read more » Life360 and similar tracking apps are double-edged swords January 13, 2020 — by Rohan Kumar and Kavita Sundaram Tracking apps, although they help improve family connectedness, also risk exacerbating controlling parent-child relationships. read more » In and out of the classroom, teens’ best teachers are often their peers January 13, 2020 — by Preston Fu and Serena Li Teenagers demonstrate helpful qualities that enable them to successfully instruct younger students. read more » Nature-loving student incorporates homemade clay and pigments into her art December 9, 2019 — by Vicky Bai and Cici Xu Sophomore Tina Hu expresses her passions for both art and nature through the comparison of art classes from China to Saratoga read more » Declining popularity of literature generates discussion over influence of media December 9, 2019 — by Vicky Bai and Nicole Lu Although fewer and fewer high school students find time to read, print literature finds hope through technology read more » It turns out Sean Spicer isn’t a good dancer either December 9, 2019 — by Edwin Chen After an eventful tenure as White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer became a low quality contender on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.” read more » firstprevious...1020304050...6869707172...8090100110120...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.