Anime dubs are dumb September 17, 2020 — by Jonathan Li An industry with potential that just needs some diversity. read more » To fight urgent obstacles, U.S. needs to turn its gaze outwards September 17, 2020 — by Nitya Marimuthu In the upcoming years, climate change and foreign diplomacy should be at the center of U.S. political policies. read more » Why you should still take the SAT September 17, 2020 — by Edwin Chen Despite colleges going test-optional this year due to COVID-19, students should still take advantage of the opportunity that the school has offered. read more » Financial literacy: a topic worth teaching September 16, 2020 — by Anjali Pai Financial literacy allows students to better manage money and create a successful future read more » Students can only do so much to guarantee their peers are socially distancing September 10, 2020 — by Neeti Badve While it is a good idea to remind your peers of the consequences of their actions, it isn’t worth obsessing over. read more » In light of the #MeToo Movement, it’s the students who should be driving change September 10, 2020 — by Nicole Lu The recent school Instagram accounts bring up problems not only within the district, but also in ourselves. read more » We’re in a pandemic; close the basketball courts September 9, 2020 — by Kaitlyn Tsai Keeping the courts open without regulation — not posting a photo of players — encourages people to continue using them and playing in pandemic-unsafe ways. read more » Classes can benefit from major revamps September 9, 2020 — by Preston Fu Restructuring synchronous and asynchronous classes, large-group discussions and office hours would benefit students read more » First-week review: School-wide modules contain valuable information with potential of being successful September 6, 2020 — by Kavita Sundaram Modules are most effective when they are time-efficient and informative. read more » Revive school spirit through Minecraft September 5, 2020 — by Tiffany Wang The school should create a Minecraft server where students can go to play minigames and compete for their class. read more » firstprevious...102030...3738394041...5060708090...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.