100 Word Rants August 30, 2016 — by Assorted Writers. Opinions. One hundred words. read more » #Prayfortheworld isn’t enough May 24, 2016 — by Ryan Kim Students need to be cognizant of international affairs in order to empathize read more » Yale’s frustrating decision to keep name of Calhoun College misled May 21, 2016 — by Karissa Dong Nineteenth century statesman John C. Calhoun, best known as South Carolina’s pro-slavery champion, is perhaps one of the America’s most controversial figures. His name has become synonymous with Southern secession, the Confederacy and America’s heinous institution of slavery. Yet, in spite of criticism from the Yale’s student body, Yale University president Peter Salovey announced on April 28 that the name of the residential college called Calhoun would remain. read more » President Obama offers necessary advice to Black Lives Matter May 21, 2016 — by Derek Chen Junior explains President Obama's critique of the Black Lives Matter movement. read more » Online voting system exposes voter apathy in school elections May 19, 2016 — by Kyle Wang Sophomore shares opinion on how more students should participate in the class/ ASB voting procedure at school. read more » AP classes should have finals before the AP exam May 18, 2016 — by Amulya Vadlakonda Junior explains her thoughts on AP class finals. read more » Unfriendly environments are created by just a few words April 27, 2016 — by Harshini Ramaswamy “Commit. That’s so gay. You’re SPED. Go kill yourself.” These are common slang terms echoing in the hallways of SHS, jests that have made their way into the daily vernacular of students. read more » UCs should not lower standards for out-of-state students April 26, 2016 — by Nidhi Jain A recent report by the state auditor confirmed what California students have been saying for the past several years: The admission standards for University of California schools is rigged against them. read more » Financial literacy curriculum would educate students of essential life skills April 26, 2016 — by Caitlyn Chen It happens all the time. College students begin receiving offers for credit cards and begin going out to dinner every night, buying expensive clothes or taking trips with money they don't have. read more » Full Canvas implementation provides easier accessibility for students April 23, 2016 — by David Fan Junior reveals how the school's implementation of Canvas greatly improved his life. read more » firstprevious...1020304050...979899100101...110120130140150...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.