On Saturday, April 22, Aragon suffered a tragic loss when sophomore Priscilla Rose Chiu passed away unexpectedly.
This year, Leadership implemented a new election system intended to improve class participation in the democratic student government. These changes to the election process include candidate conventions, live speeches and mandatory voting.
The second installment of the “Guardians of the Galaxy” movie aims to please and is sure to satisfy on all counts.
Read the Editor-in-Chief’s public message regarding the two student tragedies that recently struck the Aragon community.
Although they live their lives constantly in the spotlight, life as a professional athlete includes many characteristics that remain unappreciated.
Aragon’s Music Department will be touring Italy from June 8 to June 17. Students will take a week-long tour around various Italian cities, performing their music while also embracing Italy’s culture.
It’s the end of the fourth quarter in the NBA championships, and as a player drives to the basket, he falls to the ground in agony. Although he was barely fouled, those free throw points he earned won him the game. This situation along with many others brings up a controversial question in sports: does flopping in a game really qualify as cheating?
Grace Marshall shares a little wisdom about living happier and feeling more comfortable in her own skin.
In many people’s lives, culture plays a massive role. Not only does culture influence family life, it plays into other things as well, such as music. Here at Aragon, many students interact with cultural music, whether it’s playing an instrument, dance or something else, and for many, it has made a great impact. Everyone’s reasons for being involved in cultural music varies and at times, those reasons change, as they…
Graduating senior Matthew Blum (2017) shares some advice and looks back at being conservative at Aragon High.