You don’t just find interesting people in New York. With over 2,597 students and 140 staff members, Garden Grove High School, home of the Argonauts, is its own city. And in this city, there are people of all backgrounds, people of all shapes and sizes, of all passions and idiosyncrasies. In this city of a school, there seems to be no way to get to know everyone individually. But we can try.
Whenever we face tough moments in our lives, we tend to push our feelings, and sometimes others’ feelings, aside. We distract ourselves, we busy ourselves, we do anything we can to not think about it. […]
We have all heard of the critique concerning Cheer not practicing as much as other sports like football, basketball, soccer, and other traditional sports. Miana Nguyen, a senior in GGHS Cheer, says otherwise. She explains, […]
In every classroom, there is always that one student who keeps to him or herself. They’re not necessarily “loners”, but people who tend to stay quiet even within their own circle. Kellie Bendezu (11) was […]
In honor of teacher appreciation week, Argolog interviewed some of the most amazing humans on our campus: our teachers. Not only do they dedicate their time to their students and their work, our teachers also […]
Art can exist outside the canvas, whether it be heard from a concert hall or seen walking through convention centers– various forms of ideas or an arrangement of imagination are to be interpreted by those […]