Friends, classes and construction noise. Another school year at Aragon has started. As focus shifts from summer relaxation to academics, there is a relatively new requirement that students must consider when planning out their four years at Aragon: Career Technical Education. Many of you have heard about Aragon’s Career Technical Education (CTE) program. It has courses covering photography, videography, biotechnology, engineering technology, computer science and nutrition/culinary arts. The goal of…
I love Chinese food — fried rice, chow mein, and dumplings included — but I also love stir fry noodles, braised brisket, and fried egg with soy sauce. When I brought those last three foods lovingly contained in a thermos to elementary school, my eyes were met with scrunched up noses and curious glances from my peers. I can’t remember their exact words, but the feelings of shame and embarrassment…
Features editor Virginia Hsiao shares her opinion on what success means.
Sports and managing editor Ryan Cheong’s opinion on the current state of the student parking lot
Editor Karan Nevatia recounts his experience at the Harry Potter Alliance’s Granger Leadership Academy.
Why didn’t any people of color win Academy Award nominations, and what can be done to change that?
People should not look down on celebrities who want to help.
We should just stick to the traditional schedule.
“It should be very clear that later start times will not only help the individual, but also the school itself and the district.”