People should not look down on celebrities who want to help.
Scared to go to the gym? You might be suffering from a psychological effect called gymtimidation.
A popular figure among student-athletes in particular, head athletic trainer Daniel Walker has made himself a rather familiar face to many in just his breif time at Aragon. Walker treats students and faculty by helping them recuperate from sports injuries through injury recognition, prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation. Walker grew up in Santa Cruz, California, and later moved to Arizona to pursue a college education at Arizona State University, graduating with…
Aragon’s student body is made up of diverse cultures and dietary preferences. What factors into the decision to eat certain types of food?
The expansion of musical platforms such as YouTube or SoundCloud has changed the way Aragon students listen.
Growing up is a scary prospect: High schoolers, in particular, must learn to be more independent and prepare themselves for college or life after school while also straddling the line between childhood and adulthood. Peter Pan Syndrome, named after the ageless fictional boy, is a common teenage phenomenon characterized by the reluctance to leave the comfort of cartoons or stuffed animals.
Cheering atop the bleachers during a rally, senior Avery Gonzalez jumped and accidentally hurled his phone through the air. It hit a light in the ceiling and ultimately plummeted to the ground. Thanks to his Lifeproof case, Gonzalez walked away without a single crack in his phone.