The boys volleyball team’s Mar. 30 defeat of Capuchino in four sets propelled their win streak to 12 matches.
Junior Marley Collins released her first EP on Feb. 21. Check out her inspiration and process behind the music!
Although the special effects and action sequences are sure to impress, “Iron Fist” by Netflix falls short of mediocre due to a poorly written plot and less than sub-par acting.
After a crushing 14-1 defeat at the hands of Westmoor, the Aragon badminton team (3-3 overall) bested San Mateo (2-4 overall) 12-3 on March 23. Says head coach Linda Brown, “We went into practice hard yesterday and [tried] to clean up some of the things we were doing incorrectly.” The Dons were able to sweep the Bearcats in both boys doubles and mixed doubles. The three boys doubles pairs kept…
The San Mateo Union High School District Board voted 4-1 to keep current start times at district schools at a board meeting on Thursday, March 23.
The Aragon Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) hosted the 2017 Career Day, which occurred on March 17.
With the release of their ninth album “Hot Thoughts,” 1996 band Spoon proves that they can keep up with the evolving landscape of experimental rock.
The Aragon Outlook takes a final look at “Logan,” the last X-Men movie that will star Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.
Although Ed Sheeran’s new album adheres to his pattern of naming albums by arithmetic symbols like “Plus” and “Multiply,” “Divide” strays from the typical Sheeran mold.
On Feb. 15, author and social philosopher, Dr. Michael Gurian, spoke to parents at the San Mateo High School theater about “The Minds of Boys and Girls.” Gurian released his new book, Saving Our Sons, just weeks prior to this keynote. His talk informed parents about the biological effects that account for the differences between boys and girls and their achievements, as well as how to treat them accordingly in order to succeed.
Aragon’s boys tennis team soundly defeated Hillsdale 7-0 on Mar. 7th, The team’s most impressive performance came from the No. 1 doubles duo of sophomore Richard Tang and junior Jason Zhao, who won the match without losing a set 6-0, 6-0. “It is just about staying consistent and aggressive the entire match,” says Tang. “We knew during warm-ups that we were more talented than them, but it was all about…
Behind junior Evan Andriola’s pitching, the Dons defeated Burlingame 10-2 on Mar. 4, breaking a losing streak against the Panthers that has lasted since 2014.