Tutorial scanners provide many improvements February 9, 2020 — by Mathew Luo With the school’s hands tied by California’s instructional minutes law, the new tutorial scan-in system makes tutorial more hassle-free and allows tutorial appointments to be booked online. read more » UCs should keep standardized tests a part of application process February 8, 2020 — by Preston Fu A group of students claims the colleges’ method of assessing students is illegal, but it can’t get much better than that read more » Withdrawing unexpected changes to school profile the correct decision February 8, 2020 — by Michael Wong and Jeffrey Xu Bucking against the trend to decrease student stress and academic toxicity, administrators introduced a GPA distribution graph that effectively showed class rank but quickly reversed paths. read more » Flawed tardy system encourages more students to be late February 7, 2020 — by Serena Li New system focused on rewards could act as a stronger deterrent for tardy students read more » Introverts can still thrive despite the societal short end February 7, 2020 — by Viraaj Reddi Introverts don’t naturally have the social skills society demands, but with work they can develop these traits read more » ‘Run, hide, defend’ is out of date and must be updated for better safety February 6, 2020 — by Nitya Marimuthu Students are endangered by the standard plan of hiding at the announcement of a dangerous situation read more » Benefits of school drug testing outweigh sacrifice of privacy January 30, 2020 — by Benjamin Li Because of the failure of traditional anti-drug systems, new methods such as drug testing need to be enforced read more » As January fades away, so do New Year’s resolutions January 29, 2020 — by Oliver Ye Too often these hoped-for goals are abstract and hard to attain. read more » Single entry points in schools not as effective as they sound January 28, 2020 — by Allen Luo Having only one point of entry for schools is not worth the costs. read more » SUFC shouldn’t force speakers to conform to an arbitrary theme January 28, 2020 — by Esther Luan and Siva Sambasivam Encompassing annual themes are unnecessary and undermine speakers’ experiences read more » firstprevious...102030...3839404142...5060708090...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.