On Saturday, April 22, Aragon suffered a tragic loss when sophomore Priscilla Rose Chiu passed away unexpectedly.
Read the Editor-in-Chief’s public message regarding the two student tragedies that recently struck the Aragon community.
Intriguing and refreshing, all-new podcast “S-Town” brings an interesting outlook to the narrative fiction genre with a spicy, character-driven plot.
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.
Editor-in-Chief Karan Nevatia reviews new podcasts “Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me,” “The Truth” and “FiveThirtyEight Politics.”
Agustin “Agi” Sacchi, a 2016 Aragon graduate and student at the College of San Mateo, died on Nov. 28 after suffering critical burns due to a severe car accident.
On Tuesday, Nov. 15, about 1,000 SMUHSD students walked out to Central Park, in a demonstration to promote values of acceptance and unity.
Before “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” comes out in theaters on Nov. 18, get a sneak peek at the history of the “Potter” series and the world that awaits the big screen.
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.
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…
Check out Aragon’s new teacher profiles! Mr. Nelson, Mr. Labrum, Ms. Ho, and Sr. Prado.