‘Paul is dead’ and other false conspiracy theories September 16, 2019 — by Neeti Badve Though theories have been circulating for 50 years, Sir Paul McCartney did not die in the 1960s read more » Granoff brings enthusiasm to his English classes September 11, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Tiffany Wang New AP Language Arts and English 10 teacher Matt Granoff looks forward to interacting with students in and out of the classroom. read more » Social media: Is it enough to post about causes? September 11, 2019 — by Harshini Velchamy and Tiffany Wang Social media spreads awareness about issues, but does it directly help? read more » Changing nature of journalism risks credibility and ability to inform September 11, 2019 — by Marisa Kingsley and Jessica Wang Due to increasing digitalization of journalism, many media companies are often coerced into capitalizing off viewership while compromising credibility. read more » From the newsroom to the classroom: New U.S. History teacher discusses unique career changes September 11, 2019 — by Manasi Garg and Anouk Yeh New U.S. History teacher Michael Betz talks about his journalism career and how it has affected his teaching. read more » Travel provides students with valuable cultural experiences September 10, 2019 — by Kaitlyn Tsai Contrasts with Saratoga, U.S. give insight read more » Advice on how to be productive and efficient during high school September 9, 2019 — by Shreya Katkere Tips on how to create and maintain a consistent study schedule throughout the school year. read more » How TikTok created a new app market for itself September 9, 2019 — by Esther Luan Why TikTok became so successful and how it broke musical.ly’s glass ceiling read more » Alumna Ginestet-Araki returns to school after 12 years September 9, 2019 — by Kaasha Minocha and Anna Novoselov 2007 alumna Lisa Ginestet-Araki spreads her love of math to her Geometry and Pre-Calculus classes through collaborative work and enthusiastic teaching. read more » SAT and ACT have changed drastically since their inception in the 1900s September 9, 2019 — by Oliver Ye Reporter describes the timeline of changes for standardized tests. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...7879808182...90100110120130...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.