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Strike up the band: The appeal of music festivals for Aragon students

With their themed clothing lines and eclectic atmosphere, summer music festivals such as “Coachella” and “Bottlerock” seem to take over the internet starting in spring. Music festivals have been around since the 1960s, but in the past few years, they have gained a tremendous amount of traction, partially due to their widespread media coverage. Typically, these festivals set up multiple stages around a large open area and have multiple performers…


Master of None: The Jack of all Trades

A year and a half after the premiere of the first season of “Master of None,” Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang finally released the long awaited second season of the show on May 12, 2017. Much of the season was filmed in Italy, where Ansari was working, so the second season of the show featured a cultural twist. The creators, Ansari and Yang, did extensive research in order to accurately…


Aragon puts on third-annual Color Dyephoon

Aragon’s center court exploded into a storm of red, blue, green and yellow on May 13 at 8 p.m. The shirts became endless varieties of tie-dye. Colored powder flew from cups into the air, on clothes and in the hair of joyful students. This was Aragon’s Color Dyephoon, the last dance of the school year. The Color Dyephoon is less like a formal dance such as prom or homecoming and…