Nate Parker’s “Birth of a Nation,” released October 7, 2016, is a feature film surrounding escaped slave Nat Turner.
An assembly line robot inventor, former Aragon Robotics Team (ART) mentor, and friend to many, Victor Scheinman died of a heart attack at 73 years old in Petrolia, California on Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Aragon students react to a quite unique election year as it heats up going into November.
The football team won 46-15 against Terra Nova on Oct. 14.
A closer look at the rising popularity of political TV shows.
Learn why you should vote for Trump this November.
Granger Brenneman advocates for Measure Q.
Senior Matthew Blum shares opinions about gender wage gap.
Learn why you should vote for Hillary Clinton this November.
After a soda tax ballot was passed in Berkeley, Calif. in November 2014, the city has been one of the only one in the U.S. that taxes sugary drinks sold. Berkeley’s tax rate is one cent per fluid ounce of sugary drinks. Now, officials will set up a ballot in Nov. 8, 2016 to find out if this tax should be implemented in San Francisco. The tax in San Francisco,…
On October 11, Aragon students participated in a Mock Election. Students learned about the voting process and politics in their community.
With November around the corner, debates about the politicians, the presidential candidates and the acts being voted on are swarming across the Aragon campus. The acts being voted on include a gun control proposition, a cigarette tax, a plastic bag referendum, a multilingual education act and a proposition to repeal the death penalty.