Print edition for April 2016.
Celebrating latinoamerican culture
Happily ever after: is “The Bachelor” worth watching?
Vulcan Robotics experiences successes despite initial difficulties.
“Martial arts is more than just throwing a punch or a kick. It’s about discipline, about taking the time to really try and perfect yourself.”
Taking a ten-day canoeing trip in Quetico, Canada with her Girl Scout troop was a life-changing trip for junior Caroline Yeh. “It was the first full camping experience I ever had, and it was with a bunch of people from around the country I never met before,” she says.
Last July, when senior Rachel Veneziano’s adviser called to inform her she was accepted into Students Rising Above, she was instantly so overcome with hopeful excitement that she spent the rest of the day looking at colleges that she previously thought she would not have a chance of attending.
GSA and Aragon health promote LGBT health awareness
Taylor* lies in bed, trying to fall asleep, but all she can feel is her blood pumping throughout her body and hear her heart beating. Sleep deprivation is not the only side effect Taylor struggles with while dealing with anorexia — but she also deals with hair loss.
Smoking is banned until 21