Art projects fail to enrich learning April 22, 2019 — by Christine Zhang Art assignments in academic classes are unfair and do not help students to understand course material. read more » College visits pose unnecessary costs for minimal benefit April 22, 2019 — by Alex Wang Students who visit colleges usually do not change their minds about schools to apply to, nor do these visits help their applications. read more » Regular classes should be significantly easier than their AP counterparts April 2, 2019 — by Sandhya Sundaram Teachers should make class expectations and workload clear before class signups read more » A traditional Sadies dance should be brought back April 2, 2019 — by Sofia Jones A more elaborately planned Sadies dance will raise school spirit, especially among underclassmen. read more » No pluses or minuses leads to higher GPAs and less stress March 29, 2019 — by Angelina Chen and Edwin Chen Reporters argue in favor of current grading system. read more » 100-word rant: $25 packets are unfair to seniors March 28, 2019 — by Muthu Palaniappan Reporter objects to expensive teacher recommendation packets. read more » Strength-based teaching allows students the opportunity to grow without wasting their time March 28, 2019 — by Siva Sambasivam & Callia Yuan Reporters argue for specialized learning early on. read more » Lack of motivation makes second semester harder than first March 28, 2019 — by Aaria Thomas Reporter explains the difficulty of the second half of the school year. read more » Mental health education needs a makeover March 27, 2019 — by Neeti Badve Schools need to change the way they address teenage mental health. read more » Milk before cereal is better March 27, 2019 — by Edwin Chen Reporter argues about the right way to eat a breakfast meal. read more » firstprevious...10203040...4849505152...60708090100...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.