Senior works as a ski instructor for kids October 25, 2018 — by Anna Novoselov Senior Taylor Hill, a TA at North Star's Kid's Ski and Snowboard School in Lake Tahoe, teaches 3-year-olds how to ski, often traveling up north during weekends and holidays. read more » How a hashtag can give victims a voice October 25, 2018 — by Sofia Jones Reporter covers how various trending hashtags, including #WhyIDidntReport, #MeToo and #HeforShe, have empowered equality. read more » Juniors recall the perks and struggles of twinhood October 25, 2018 — by Ava Hooman and Esha Lakhotia Juniors Ava and Neda Riazat explore the unique benefits of being identical twins. Although they share nearly the same appearance, each has her own unique personality. read more » Tutoring center provides useful learning space for students October 23, 2018 — by Christine Zhang Teaching in the tutoring center can benefit both tutor and tutee as they can build off each other's strenghts and weaknesses. read more » With special event weeks, Leadership aims to create opportunities to promote healthy life choices October 23, 2018 — by Shama Gupta and Alekhya Vadlakonda Weeklong events like Speak Up For Change challenges students to tackle topics that are traditionally taboo. read more » ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ director fired over controversial tweets October 23, 2018 — by Patrick Li Director James Gunn was fired by Disney for inappropriate tweets made in 2009 despite 'Guardians' cast members' support. read more » Films used to supplement learning in many humanities classes October 23, 2018 — by Shreya Katkere and Jayne Zhou English and History classes show films to provide a deeper understanding of the material and a different perspective on the past. read more » Spilling the tea on ‘tea channels’ October 16, 2018 — by Manasi Garg Diccusing the uprising populatarity of drama or "tea" channels on YouTube read more » Fall play ‘Julius Caesar’ breaks traditional casting norms October 16, 2018 — by Marisa Kingsley and Jessica Wang The drama department prepares for their fall play. read more » Youth Commission represents Saratoga teens, organizes community events October 15, 2018 — by Manasi Garg and Allison Hartley Saratoga Youth Commision works with Mayor Mary-Lynne Bernard to combat student stress and the JUUL epidemic. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...8889909192...100110120130140...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.