On Saturday, May 20, junior Ke Vinh Tran passed away. The Aragon community will remember him as a thoughtful friend, basketball player, and break dancer.
CW’s Riverdale adapts Archie Comics and twists it into a pleasurable — perhaps familiar — teenage drama storyline.
Junior Marley Collins released her first EP on Feb. 21. Check out her inspiration and process behind the music!
It’s 2 a.m., and there’s an essay due tomorrow. I’ve only written the first paragraph. Should I sneak a peek at Alice’s essay for ideas? Everybody used the same quotes, right? Is that even considered cheating? I’m sure it’ll only come up as 2 percent similarity on Turnitin. They are just ideas anyways, and we discussed all of this in class. Nobody will know … and I don’t want to stay up all night.
Since Donald Trump was elected president on Nov. 8, senior Jimenez-Mota wanted to voice her opinion.
“With ADHD, it’s like you physically cannot control yourself; you stare into space; you look at everything; you want to do everything except what you know you have to do,” says sophomore Kira*.
On October 11, Aragon students participated in a Mock Election. Students learned about the voting process and politics in their community.
Aragon’s music department welcomed guest performers from the San Francisco Wind Ensemble for their first concert on Aug. 27, and guest cellist Dr. Jeremy Crosmer from Aug. 31 to Sept. 2, who helped teach String and Advanced Orchestra classes.
Samantha Lee The pool is nothing new to freshman Samantha Lee. In the water since she was four months old, Lee attended Stanford Swim Camp to hone her swimming skills. Lee was surprised by the extensive hours of training she was thrown into at camp. Training included three swim workouts each day and two sessions of dryland to fill in the extra time. With all the exercise, Lee had to…
“I just physically cannot pick up pencils. I cannot think. I cannot concentrate and that is hard to do because when you have bipolar depression you cannot control how you feel emotionally,” says Dakota*.
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.