Average=failure mindset takes over May 2, 2018 — by Anna Novoselov Students should compare their current selves to their past selves, seeing success as a measure of improvement rather than academic scores read more » Sometimes the best lessons come from the most controversial content April 1, 2018 — by Shreya Katkere In English 10, many students have been reading “All Quiet on the Western Front,” which details the many emotional and physical traumas experienced in war. read more » America has problems — and that’s OK April 1, 2018 — by Ryan Kim In all of these cases, the activists and social reformers understood what were the nation’s positive as well as negative attributes. read more » Mind the gap: Seniors should take a year off April 1, 2018 — by Alex Yang American students seem to believe that there is no reason to put off college, even if they feel burned out. According to The Atlantic, a mere 40,000 students annually take a gap year between high school and college. read more » Minority representation must grow in beauty and entertainment industries April 1, 2018 — by Selena Liu In the makeup and fashion industry, products have historically been geared to a predominantly white audience. read more » Non-MAP students deserve to go on field trips too April 1, 2018 — by Esha Lakhotia and Muthu Palaniappan Students in regular English and History classes could benefit from experiencing a real-life representation of what they have been learning about. read more » Math acceleration speeds to new levels April 1, 2018 — by Nitya Marimuthu Pressures for speed contribute to students not learning the subject read more » Quick and unreliable news sources like BuzzFeed undermine pursuit of truth March 29, 2018 — by Kevin Sze In recent years, more and more news organizations have created quick reads, glossing over major topics in short paragraphs and covering trivial matters. read more » Movement participation: an individual, not group decision March 29, 2018 — by Leo Cao Campaigns such as Black Lives Matter, the feminist movement and LGBTQ social movements all have many supporters who regularly hold protests to raise awareness for their cause. read more » State testing is a pain, but it’s also important for students and the school March 29, 2018 — by Daniel Bessonov Standardized tests, although undoubtedly another burden, are the major-determining factors in a school’s API score. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...6667686970...8090100110120...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.