Borders should be closed to Ebola-stricken countries November 20, 2014 — by Fiona Sequeira and Arman Vaziri The U.S. needs to follow Canada’s lead to close its borders to travelers from Ebola-stricken countries. read more » Should college athletes get paid? November 18, 2014 — by Apoorv Kwatra and Trevor Leung Ex-college athlete Ed O’Bannon filed a lawsuit against the NCAA and the Collegiate Licensing for using student athletes in advertisements to promote themselves in 2009. read more » The irony of visual and performing arts credits November 17, 2014 — by Amelia Schwabe Color Guard — the “sport” in which one spins pretty flags around and tosses guns in the air, coordinated to reflect the music playing from the enormous band, all while maintaining an even step size. On the surface, you would think this is a form of art and certainly a performance. read more » Students need to be trained for not just college, but life in general November 17, 2014 — by Becky Hoag When many of us graduate from the school and leave the infamous Saratoga bubble to enter the real world of college and beyond, we are going to get slapped by how little we really know. There are no classes that teach us life skills like how to balance a checkbook or stay out of debt. read more » Staff editorial: Censorship of rallies unfair and excessive November 17, 2014 — by Jade Bisht, Megana Iyer and Amy Lin Despite the numerous hours that the rally commission puts into its scripts and skits, the administration too often disagrees with the kinds of jokes they include. It’s unfair that the rally commission is censored to the point of absurdity, smothered by a perpetually growing stream of rules and regulations. read more » Global warming denial in D.C. November 14, 2014 — by Michelle Cen Arguments of global warming deniers melt upon close examination. read more » A response to Spotlight’s online accusations against the Falcon November 14, 2014 — by Sabrina Chen and Deepti Kannan In December 2013, Spotlight published an online page about the Falcon’s reporting for the story titled “Tutoring in the Shadows.” read more » Journalism bias a matter of circumstance November 14, 2014 — by Michelle Leung and Saya Sivaram It is said that the first obligation of journalism is to the truth. read more » Teachers should coordinate scheduling of exams November 13, 2014 — by Dorrie Tang Teachers in different departments rarely coordinate their exams, and students are suffer from it. read more » Why Ron Paul’s ‘Audit the Fed’ Bill is critical November 13, 2014 — by Atirath Kosireddy Although a bill for a full audit, which sheds light on who the Fed loans money to and its monetary policy, was passed on Sept. 17, there are still those who oppose it. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...116117118119120...130140150160170...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.