The Aragon Science Club has recently been conducting a series of psychological experiments with student volunteers as test subjects in order to test scientific themes.
Professional textile and fabric consultant Pam Mc-Carthy Hudson and AP Psychology teacher Carlo Corti reveal their knowledge about the sources of trends that surround all of us.
Senior Elyse Dixon steps back onto the Aragon campus for the first time in weeks. Her mother is there with her to help fill out forms in the office, and she is free to return to school after being hospitalized.
According to the SF Chronicle, as of January 2015, San Francisco had 6,686 homeless people, over four times the size of Aragon’s student body.
While they are relatively uncommon, the sheer variety of phobias makes them an interesting topic of study for many psychologists.