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 » Enduring the effects of second-semester syndrome March 18, 2021 — by Jason Cheng Why does second semester feel so much longer than first semester? read more » College vloggers offer great alternative for in-person college visits March 11, 2021 — by Neeti Badve Watching students’ daily lives can help seniors understand if the college is a good fit for them. read more » SHS should hold an SAT testing date for juniors March 11, 2021 — by Harshini Velchamy The school should prioritize holding the SAT over reopening school for the last six weeks. read more » r/WallStreetBets takes things too far March 11, 2021 — by Chris Chen It’s an exciting time, but some users are too caught up in the situation. read more » Rare positives of online school: features that should be continued March 11, 2021 — by Serena Li Turning in assignments through Canvas and holding group meetings through online conferencing tools should be implemented even as students return to campus. read more » District should protect the county, not force teachers back prematurely March 8, 2021 — by Nitya Marimuthu The pandemic is still raging on, and exhaustion of dealing with it will not end the dangers. read more » Change the prerequisites for AP Physics C March 7, 2021 — by Rohan Kumar Forcing students to take the AP Physics 1 and 2 tests before taking AP Physics C is redundant and unnecessary, barring interested students from learning physics rigorously. read more » School should open new P.E. credit opportunities March 1, 2021 — by Andy Chen Because of the coronavirus, rising juniors and seniors lack traditional avenues to secure their P.E. credits. read more » Asynchronous Wednesdays should continue as part of long-term school schedule February 23, 2021 — by Viraaj Reddi They provide students an opportunity to mentally reset, catch up on lagging school work and address personal matters. read more » firstprevious...1020...2930313233...4050607080...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.