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Dons claim Division III championship title after defeating Valley Christian Warriors 61-55
Aragon Drama's spring play follows various inhabitants of the fictitious town of Tuna, Texas, the state’s “third smallest town.”
“My parents checking School Loop definitely makes me feel pressured to do better in school.”
For the last month, we surveyed Aragon students, asking a simple question: “What does Aragon need most?”
Just because people may not recognize her as the reigning two-time CCS champion doesn’t change the facts: her two CCS seasons were nearly flawless.
In the age of the internet, “radio” is no longer an exclusive term for traditional or satellite waves.
Given that SMUHSD already includes nine other schools, the means of funding is inevitably a concern.
The transition from paper and pen to shared online technologies is gaining momentum at Aragon.
Lacrosse will have boys and girls teams this year, while Aragon’s girls volleyball team plays in the fall season and now will have a boys team playing...
The motto of September, an all-male a capella group, has always been and always will be: “A group of guys who just love to sing.”
In America, public education is regarded as the great equalizer. But a question remains: How does money affect it?
West Point boasts a nine percent acceptance rate, leading the nation as one of the most selective institutions of higher education.
I am excited that the club is not only producing impressive coverage of Aragon sports but also featuring student content from around the Peninsula.