If an artist transgresses, should their work be canceled? March 29, 2021 — by Shaan Sridhar Artists like Morgan Wallen and J.K. Rowling have gotten into hot water recently for their problematic comments, but their work still sells. read more » AP Administration 3 would the be the ideal test March 27, 2021 — by Edwin Chen AP tests should be fully online due to the benefits of taking tests on computers read more » Lowell’s switch to lottery system is necessary but may not be entirely effective March 26, 2021 — by Kavita Sundaram The long waited transition will solve many current problems in racism, but might not solve educational inequality in San Francisco. read more » Companionship is key to overcoming mental health issues in the pandemic March 26, 2021 — by Cici Xu As students mentally suffer in isolation during a pandemic, more frequent group projects and conversations with peers are desperately needed. read more » Congress needs term limits March 26, 2021 — by Preston Fu New people and new ideas will preserve democracy. read more » Black History Month curriculum opt-out should have never been offered March 24, 2021 — by Benjamin Li and Allen Luo The recent reversal by a school in Utah to allow parents to opt children out of Black History Month curriculum exposes underlying racism. read more » Pennsylvania middle school teacher rightfully suspended over possible involvement in Capitol riots March 22, 2021 — by Kavita Sundaram The Social Studies teacher’s controversial social media posts had drastic consequences. read more » Staff editorial: Let’s address our mental health crisis. All of us. March 21, 2021 — by Kaitlyn Tsai We need to step back and evaluate the performative, one-time events and the squeamishness around talking about our problems. We’re all struggling; let’s face it together. read more » Maybe my grandfather is right: China’s rise to power continues — with or without America’s support March 19, 2021 — by Kyle Wang Despite America's efforts to keep China out of the race in terms of military, economic, and political power, China is expanding rapidly. Kyle considers the question: is it even possible for China to shrink or collapse, as so many hoped it would, anymore? read more » Lockdowns in the U.S. can be made more effective March 18, 2021 — by Ethan Lin Steps should be taken to persuade the general public to more closely follow lockdown guidelines; lockdowns have been shown to be effective if 90% of the population follows them. read more » firstprevious...10...2021222324...3040506070...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.