Donald Trump should have been Time’s Person of the Year January 11, 2021 — by Shaan Sridhar Time’s Person of the Year isn’t an award or honor; it’s an acknowledgement of influence. read more » The U.S. needs to prioritize vaccinating essential workers and social distance from hypocritical politicians January 11, 2021 — by Anouk Yeh Politicians who have actively downplayed COVID-19’s severity or broken quarantine laws should not be granted access to vaccines before essential workers read more » Spotify Wrapped: a flawed gift January 11, 2021 — by Jason Cheng Does Spotify Wrapped really wrap up the year’s listening accurately? read more » When the vaccines arrive, just take them January 6, 2021 — by Shaan Sridhar and Shreya Rallabandi The COVID-19 vaccines are safe, and it is both absurd and dangerous to think otherwise. read more » Consumers should frown on Amazon for its treatment of workers December 17, 2020 — by Ethan Lin With the vast majority of major corporations utilizing cheap labor, the decision to not buy products from these companies is the first step to changing their unethical labor practices. read more » Failure to pass Prop. 18 only harms future voters December 15, 2020 — by Michael Fok and Nicole Lu In a society where information literacy is becoming increasingly significant, California should consider putting Prop 18 back on the 2022 ballot and grant 17-year-olds the right to vote in primary elections. read more » Students second-guess opinions on social media December 12, 2020 — by Cici Xu Pervasive social media activism often makes students feel there is only one acceptable opinion. read more » Extreme anti-cheating methods only fuel anxiety in online school December 11, 2020 — by Kavita Sundaram Teachers should stop expecting students to be able to comply with anti-cheating methods, especially when they aren’t readily available to all students. read more » Pandemic impacts my younger brother in unforeseen ways December 11, 2020 — by Angelina Chen The pandemic introduces a new set of issues for my brother in middle school which could potentially affect him for many years to come. read more » The U.S. should follow Portugal’s lead and decriminalize drugs December 10, 2020 — by Edwin Chen The War on Drugs has failed. Let’s try a smart approach. read more » firstprevious...1020...2627282930...4050607080...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.