Bromance: demystified

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“There’s a difference between a relationship and a friendship and ours is like a combination of both,” says junior Tadju Takahashi about his self-determined “bromance” with friend and fellow junior Jon Zuehlke. Recently having come into popularity, “bromance” is a term used to describe a bond between two males that is characterized by its atypically affectionate behaviors.

November 15, 2011
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Dreams in technicolor

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Lucid dreaming is a state of sleep in which a person becomes aware that he or she is dreaming. Sometimes dreamers can control certain aspects of the dream, such as weather, location, and atmosphere.

November 15, 2011
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Bat Boy

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In West Virginia, a mutant half-boy, half-bat boy, who had been lurking in a small cave for many years has escaped and reportedly been sighted in New York, Florida, and Wisconsin. He is expected to be seen at the Aragon High School Theatre on November 17.

November 15, 2011
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What’s App?

iPhones and Androids can be both toys and tools, particularly because there are thousands of unusual, handy and entertaining applications or “apps” available for download. The variety of apps spans from sports, gossip and whoopee cushion effects to travel, news and camera-enabled apps.

November 15, 2011
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SLR: The New Student Lounge?

As a location devoted to study, libraries should ideally offer an environment of absolute quiet. Yet, as brought to the attention of the WASC committee at a recent meeting, the Aragon library is often polluted by distracting noise from students who use it as a place for to socialize. Librarians suggested turning the Student Lunch Room into a student lounge in order to resolve the noise issue. The Aragon Outlook agrees with their proposal.

November 15, 2011
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Reality of Law Enforcement

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How do people view the job of law enforcement?

Dean of Students Michael Valmonte says, “To protect and serve.”

“Prevent people from committing crimes,” says sophomore Matt Lanthier.

November 15, 2011
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Aragon students take charge on community boards

Many Aragon students have had the opportunity to serve on various committees and boards, and thereby contribute to the community within and outside the context of school. These experiences not only present a unique opportunity for students to collaborate with adults in a professional setting but also provide some insight into how these institutions function.

November 15, 2011
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Sports Run Deep

As students return to their desks from summer, hockey stars Patrick Marleau and Joe Thornton skate onto the ice. But as the beloved Sharks inevitably fall, so do many students’ grades.

November 15, 2011
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