A girl wakes up to muted sounds, like all the volume around her has been turned down. She reaches over to her nightstand, slips in her hearing aides, and immediately, the sounds of her mom calling for breakfast and her brothers trampling down the stairs resonate clearly in her ears. Hearing is something many individuals take for granted, but for those with hearing impairments, it is something that they are…
Some families here at Aragon choose to have siblings go to different schools and with this comes its upsides, downsides, and unknown effects.
Discrimination is ever present in the modeling industry, but there’s hope for change in campaigns and movements within the industry.
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…
Unplugged! Naomi Vanderlip gives her account on communication, FOMO and her choice to not participate in using cell phones and social media in this day and age.
Aragon students stream out of their classes, eager for lunch and food awaiting them. Although they share similar eagerness for food, their meals won’t be the same. While one might be gulping down a protein shake, another munches on a tofu burger.
Intersectionality recognizes a person’s unique identity, but instead of working separately towards goals, encourages a unity in their common fight.
Check out Aragon’s new teacher profiles! Mr. Nelson, Mr. Labrum, Ms. Ho, and Sr. Prado.
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