Benjamin Franklin said, “Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
chool comes an increase in responsibilities, an increase in stress, and most visibly, an increase in School Loop emails. While School Loop does provide a convenient way to stay updated on grades and assignments, many see this website as a source of anxiety and a proponent of grade obsession. A “School Loop obsession” is defined by how frequently one checks the site. Senior Matt Chinn explains, “I think that it’s…
Homework, tests, expectations, grades. Students can often be overwhelmed by the pressure that comes from school, extracurriculars and personal issues.
Aragon’s head football coach and athletic director, Steve Sell, won the 49ers Charlie Wedemeyer Memorial Coach of the Week Award on Friday, Sept. 9, as the Dons cruised to a 33-0 win against South San Francisco.
Laue, who was born with half his left arm missing, delivered a speech to students at Aragon on Monday, Sept. 12 to communicate the message of accepting and celebrating one’s imperfections as potential strengths.
The Dons football team continued their winning streak on Friday, cruising to a 30-0 win against South San Francisco (SSF), as Aragon improved its record to 3-0 after high scoring wins against Carlmont (57-23) and San Mateo (42-14).
Everyday, students make fashion choices about what outfit they’re going to wear to school. While there are endless combinations to choose from, certain brands or types of clothing tend to be more popular than others.
Girls defeat Capuchino 18-2 On Tuesday, Sept. 6, the girls water polo team impressed with an 18-2 victory against Capuchino. In a game in which nine of the 13 players on the roster put at least one ball in the back of the net, the team’s selflessness and teamwork took center stage. The Dons’ offense exploded on Tuesday, scoring seven goals during the first quarter, the first three of which…
Aragon’s music department welcomed guest performers from the San Francisco Wind Ensemble for their first concert on Aug. 27, and guest cellist Dr. Jeremy Crosmer from Aug. 31 to Sept. 2, who helped teach String and Advanced Orchestra classes.