In July of 2015, the New York Times published a piece focusing on alumna Kathryn DeWitt’s experiences with depression and the pressure of perfection in college environments. Features editor Virginia Hsiao recently interviewed DeWitt to follow up on her current situation and elicit advice from DeWitt for rising college freshmen. Can you introduce your situation? I started with the Class of 2017 and that was in the fall of 2013….
The Dons send its players to CCS after finishing the PAL team tourney.
Aragon’s swim team to compete in CCS after placing sixth in PAL.
After a hard, fought battled year, the Dons finished their season on Sat., May 7 against the Hillsdale Knights with a 9-3 win. The Dons struggled to find victories throughout their season, especially with the loss of many players due to injury, ending the season with an overall 13-14 record and 8-6 PAL-Ocean. The team was led by senior starting pitcher Jordan Tong, who pitched 3.0 innings while only giving…
Column on the release of Peter Liang
Senior Carter Walling to repeat as a CCS qualifier from Aragon.
This editorial represents the opinion of 14 out of 14 Outlook editors. It has come to our attention that the Outlook is perceived as an organization associated with a certain archetype. For too long, the Aragon Outlook has fallen into a pattern of homogeneity and established an image of exclusivity among the student body. This has evolved to become the norm such that it has not been seriously addressed by…
By Richard Yu and Langston Swiecki One of the few economic issues that affect high schoolers is the minimum wage, as students who work often work at or around this limit. Per a measure that the State Senate and State Assembly passed on March 31 and that California Gov. Jerry Brown signed on April 4, the California minimum wage will increase gradually over six years to $15 an hour by 2022….
The Aragon girls lacrosse team ends its season off a high note and several key victories.
Badminton head coach Linda Brown is honored with the Model Coach Award.
I love Chinese food — fried rice, chow mein, and dumplings included — but I also love stir fry noodles, braised brisket, and fried egg with soy sauce. When I brought those last three foods lovingly contained in a thermos to elementary school, my eyes were met with scrunched up noses and curious glances from my peers. I can’t remember their exact words, but the feelings of shame and embarrassment…