Widely praised since being released, “Coco” tells the story of Miguel, a boy in Mexico who aspires to be a musician but suddenly finds himself in the Land of the Dead where he must find his relatives and find out the truth about his heritage.
The International Food Fair gave the Aragon community an opportunity to sample cuisine and watch performances from over 19 countries on Oct. 26. From Iran to Tonga and beyond, Students and their families enjoyed celebrating the widespread diversity of the school community at their annual event.
It’s no secret that all high school athletes strive to play at the Varsity level. But what happens with the other group of players who are “stuck” on JV? Take a look into the culture that surrounds the JV environment.
The Outlook explores the presence (and lack of) foreign TV viewership among students and mainstream media.
FX show “Atlanta” debuts fall of 2016 and follows a duo of up-and-coming rappers in a hectic, urban scene.
Audrey Kim explores dual citizenships within Aragon High School.
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…