Parents should be guides, not field generals, in college admissions process February 13, 2021 — by Viraaj Reddi A line exists between being supportive and overly involved. read more » Americans are dying as the government looks on February 13, 2021 — by Atrey Desai While millions are laid off or furloughed, billions of dollars were appropriated for unneeded programs as more and more Americans decide whether to starve or pay the bills. read more » California’s vaccine distribution needs more than just manpower February 9, 2021 — by Preston Fu Faulty infrastructure and counterproductive legislation must be repaired to get on pace. read more » Truth be told, shy sophomore not sure she wants to go back to regular school February 7, 2021 — by Anjali Pai The best parts of online school should remain even after the pandemic. read more » Dear College Board, I (sort of) hate you February 6, 2021 — by Harshini Velchamy Please fix this year’s AP exams before creating another disaster. read more » Leave students and their Snapchat F-bombs alone February 4, 2021 — by Esther Luan Schools disciplining students for vulgar comments they make on social media is unnecessary and harmful. read more » Teachers and other school staff should be required to vaccinate for COVID-19 before returning to school January 21, 2021 — by Apurva Chakravarthy and Allen Luo This requirement will ensure that teachers are immune to the virus when in-person instruction begins, a step that will drastically increase the safety of both students and staff. read more » Armenian attempts at control of Nagorno-Karabakh undermine the region’s demographics January 21, 2021 — by Sina Salehi In the midst of a relatively ignored conflict, an overwhelming number of people have voiced support for Armenia while seemingly disregarding Azerbaijan’s claims and grievances to the territory. read more » How to put more heart in HAERT modules January 21, 2021 — by Ethan Lin For many students, HAERT modules do little to alleviate their stressful school days and instead add to their growing list of assignments — a negative consequence of a program that otherwise strives to help students cope with stress. read more » Democracy runs on truth; lies must be kicked out January 21, 2021 — by Shaan Sridhar The Capitol Riots stemmed from consistent lies propagated by many elected officials that harm democracy. read more » firstprevious...1020...3031323334...4050607080...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.