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.
Acceptance—a person’s assent to the reality of a situation, recognizing a condition without attempting to change it or protest it. Growing up as a foster child, and feeling different from the other girls, Angelina came […]
Being openly gay isn’t an easy subject many can talk about, but it’s definitely a decision of confidence and self-love. Vy Nguyen (11), a self-taught artist and energetic Argo, is an embodiment of these values. […]
In a period of history where apathetic urchins occupy political positions, passion for convictions and an activist mentality are rarely seen qualities. Meet your ASB President; someone who not only loves what […]
A project in front of peers can be stressful. Your legs quiver, arms begin fiddling, your voice becomes shaky. It takes courage and practice to be confident with your skills. But for Angeline Nguyen (10), […]
Anyone who’s ventured beyond the comforts of his or her ordinary life can affirm that travelling to new places and locations isn’t just a check off your bucket list — it’s something that entirely changes […]