In the first of two matchups of the season against Hillsdale, the young girls basketball team struggled, losing 40-24.
Underground band “the xx” enters the mainstream limelight as they release their third album, “I See You.”
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About 50 Aragon faculty and students gathered on the corner of Woodland Drive and Alameda de las Pulgas before school on Thursday, Jan. 19 to show their support of public education and undocumented students, just a day before President Donald Trump was inaugurated. After demonstrating with posters for about half an hour, the group participated in a ‘walk-in’ to school at 7:50 a.m.
After a movie and a decade, Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events” finally hits television in a stunning Netflix original.
Dancers in the holiday show the “Nutcracker” spend more time practicing than meets the eye.
In today’s world, anything can go online. How can we tell the real from the fake?
With an increasing number of residents entering the San Francisco Peninsula in recent years, construction of apartments and office buildings on the Peninsula has grown, creating issues for traffic and rent.
OCD might not be what other people perceive it as. Get an inside look from features writer Grace Marshall.
High school sports are technically supposed to be “free” for its athletes, but in reality, it is hardy free. Expenses can accumulate from purchasing equipment, travel expenses, or more.
With the implementation of the new College Football Playoffs, there has been almost as much controversy as there has been satisfaction.
Sophomore Nicole Shulman traveled to Israel to compete on its National Under-17 Women’s Team, and started all three of her team’s games.