Political echo chambers: Why it pays to listen to those you disagree with March 28, 2018 — by Katherine Zhou Political tensions have lead to harmful restrictions on views. read more » Methods of measuring student ability need improvement March 26, 2018 — by Michael Zhang By narrowing the scope of examinations and adjusting standards locally, accuracy of assessing student ability could be improved. read more » Teens advocating for reform are unjustly infantilized March 26, 2018 — by Alexandra Li Adults should face teen organized movements with seriousness and a willingness to respond. read more » Staff editorial: School shootings should prompt better methods to stop shooters, not fortress building March 22, 2018 — by Amy Tang and Alex Wang The recent uptick in school shootings necessitates steps to prevent shootings before they occur. read more » Plethora of AP tests may not be the best choice March 20, 2018 — by Alex Wang and Vivien Zhang AP tests and courses can provide unnecessary amounts of stress without representing actual college courses. read more » Strength-based teaching promotes the wrong values March 15, 2018 — by Anna Novoselov and Sandhya Sundaram Strength based teaching hinders children from exploring their interests without pressure read more » Strength-based teaching promotes the wrong values March 15, 2018 — by Anna Novoselov and Sandhya Sundaram Strength based teaching hinders children from exploring their interests without pressure read more » Noise in library and tutoring center during tutorials defeats purpose of facilities March 15, 2018 — by Connie Liang Despite its purpose of being a quiet place for students to study and work, the library is often filled with distractions during tutorial. read more » As costs rise, alumni may not be able to afford pricey Silicon Valley March 15, 2018 — by Rahul Vadlakonda Surge of people drawn to opportunities in the SIlicon Valley have lead to a sharp rise in property prices. read more » School’s new grading policy only creates more stress, confusion March 13, 2018 — by Jeffrey Xu The new grading scale, though inteded to decrease stress, instead encourages students to take harder and more challenging classes to avoid a sharp drop in GPA. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...7273747576...8090100110120...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.