Dos Chinos: A Blend of Culture

February 13, 2018 Mimi Nguyen

It all started with a small candy business in their neighborhood and an outing to different food trucks. During the summer of ‘11, Hop and his cousins spent their quality time eating at different food […]

Betty Flickinger- Employee of the Month

February 4, 2018 Mimi Nguyen

Out of the many employees in the Garden Grove Unified School District, Elizabeth Flickinger, the school’s attendance clerk at Garden Grove High School, was recognized as Classified Employee of the Month. The Employee of the […]

Kelly Melo: Who Run the World? Girls!

February 4, 2018 Mimi Nguyen

The streets were blocked with traffic as men, kids, LGBT allies, and people of different races joined hundreds of women in one of the biggest rallies in history– the Women’s March. Amongst the cacophony of […]

Japanese Students Visit GGHS!

December 20, 2017 Mimi Nguyen

On December 14th, Japanese students visited Garden Grove High School, greeting each Argo with smiles and waves. From visiting Disneyland to the beach, they toured the campus and visited classes to learn how American schools […]

Multiplayer’s Club: 1st CIF E-Sports

December 12, 2017 Mimi Nguyen

Technology– a gateway to networking and problem solving. For the past decades, technology has changed the way individuals live and learn. For the Multiplayer Club, technology has played a key role in connecting and meeting […]

Derek Nguyen: Building Bridges to Success

November 7, 2017 Mimi Nguyen

Within the Nguyen household, the word “có gắng” is heavily emphasized. This means “work hard” in Vietnamese. It was the philosophy that Derek Nguyen (Class of 2000) had implemented throughout his life, and later inspired […]

Miss Garden Grove 2017: Missy Mendoza

October 17, 2017 Mimi Nguyen

Almost every little girl has dreamed of being a princess. Every single chick flick movie we watch features girls at a sleepover with their friends, walking the runway, dressing up, and doing makeup. Each girl […]

Don’t fear, Ms. Stacey is here!

September 18, 2017 Mimi Nguyen

Coming into high school, the majority of us know little to nothing about college applications, majors, and scholarships. Most of us have no idea how to apply for a scholarship, let alone know the different […]

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