In “Portfolio, Please,” hear about students applying to art school. Episode 1 features senior Leyla Ramelmeier, who applied as an architecture major.
See Aragon’s Improv Team in action at Improvapalooza and hear about why some members joined.
Are the adorable animated animals worth the time commitment?
Proof in the Pudding, Yale University’s female jazz and swing a cappella group, performed for the Aragon Women’s Choir Jan. 10, as Yale singer Valerie Chen, who graduated from Aragon in 2015, returned to the school.
The PAL Co-Champions faced off in the first matchup, with the two sides ending up splitting the points.
The girls basketball team (5-1 overall) defeated the Lincoln Mustangs (7-3 overall) by nine points, 70-61.
Olivia Enriquez founded Stride for Awareness to shed light on the importance of mental health.
Traditions and celebrations play a large role in team bonds when it comes to playing together. Aragon’s football and basketball teams have their own traditions that help bring athletes together off the court and field, so that they can perform well on game days. Over-the-top celebrations are not endorsed by any sports leagues, and Aragon student-athletes have done well in keeping their celebrations short and sweet on the field. But,…
As tech companies in Silicon Valley such as Apple, Facebook and Tesla fuel the economic engine of the Bay Area, the cost of housing in the Bay Area rises even faster. Meanwhile, members of the Aragon community have been impacted in several ways. HOUSING COSTS A steep increase of housing prices over the last few years have caused many Bay Area residents to look elsewhere for places to live. San…
With origins dating back to the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, affirmative action, as defined by the West Encyclopedia of American Law, currently “refers to both mandatory and voluntary programs intended to affirm the civil rights of designated classes of individuals by taking positive action to protect them [from discrimination].” Such laws and programs, usually instituted in higher education and the American workplace, generally have goals of promoting diversity and making up for past cases of discrimination. This, however, was not always the case.
AI is reshaping the world, and we have barely started to question how it will impact our society. Will AI help humankind or threaten its existence?
In a letter from Kevin Skelly, the San Mateo Union High School District Superintendent, the district informed Aragon staff at the beginning of November that teachers will no longer be able to regulate their classroom’s temperature due to the new sustainability policies.