After months of preparation, Campus Connections and Renaissance Leadership held its second biennial Lip Dub on Jan. 26. The school day followed a special bell schedule, with the filming for the Lip Dub taking place before lunch.
From producing Aragon’s weekly video announcements and most recently, the Lip Dub, to creating clips sent to PBS for potential broadcasting, to filming skateboard and road trip videos with his friends, senior Josh Prado’s passion for videography is clear.
Leadership held the second school lip dub on Jan. 26, with this year’s theme being “One person; one family; one love.”
Check out photos from Aragon’s second-ever lip dub, which saw both students and faculty clad in spirit celebrating and singing along to “Born This Way,” “We’re All in This Together” and “Say Hey.”
Former foreign diplomat Michael Armacost visited Aragon on Jan. 24 as a guest speaker to discuss the set topic of North Korea. Hosted by Aragon’s Model United Nations club, the hour-long event was held in the multipurpose room during flex and lunch, and followed a general Q&A format.
Former vice president Al Gore spoke to a sold-out Aragon theater on Dec. 7 to promote his new book, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,” as well as to discuss environmental activism.
Playing on the day after Thanksgiving, the Dons were defeated by St. Francis 42-7 in the CCS semifinals, bringing an end to their 10-2 season.
Aragon will be organizing a new event called Challenge Day, a day-long social and emotional workshop to ignite a shift from isolation towards inclusivity and compassion.
Halloween at Aragon was success this year as students and faculty dressed up to compete in the rally at lunch.