Considering stereotypes surrounding Asians and how those stereotypes affect students’ academic and experience.
Some families here at Aragon choose to have siblings go to different schools and with this comes its upsides, downsides, and unknown effects.
For many students, writing is confined to history papers and English essays. However, a few with a passion for creative writing take their skills to the next level, entering their work into literary magazines and competitions.
Interracial relationships seem to be everywhere nowadays, but has society truly made as much progress as it appears to have?
Picasso, Einstein, Spielberg, Disney. These people share not only success, but something more hidden and easily looked past: dyslexia. Dyslexia posed a significant obstacles in their lives, but also taught them to acknowledge their challenges and find ways to work around them.
Senior Daniel Jadallah’s gecko breeding enterprise, the first installment of an Outlook series covering students who run their own businesses.
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…
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, more than one in five teens experience a severe mental disorder. Yet, the Office of Adolescent Health reports only about 40 percent of the three million teenagers suffering from depression sought help in 2015, suggesting that most people deal with their condition alone, either because of stigma or not knowing about available resources. At Aragon Aragon has three health and wellness therapists….
Features writer Alyce Thornhill tackles the struggles of women in leadership positions. This issue includes the challenges of women in the clergy and how the “role model” effect works.