On Jan. 27, the Elks Lodge San Mateo was the home of the eleventh annual Aragon Athletic Hall of Fame ceremony. Learn why Summer Lee, Miguel Altamirano, Tonieh Chenoweth and Heidi Bowman were inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame.
Proof in the Pudding, Yale University’s female jazz and swing a cappella group, performed for the Aragon Women’s Choir Jan. 10, as Yale singer Valerie Chen, who graduated from Aragon in 2015, returned to the school.
Former vice president Al Gore spoke to a sold-out Aragon theater on Dec. 7 to promote his new book, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,” as well as to discuss environmental activism.
A series of fires broke out throughout the North Bay on Oct. 8, decimating much of the Napa, Lake, Sonoma, Mendocino, Butte and Solano counties.
Although they live their lives constantly in the spotlight, life as a professional athlete includes many characteristics that remain unappreciated.
For the first time in 11 years, the Aragon girls basketball team make it to the semifinals of the CCS playoffs, but they fell just three points short from advancing to the finals, losing 46-43.
Manase Tonga The only Don to score a National Football League touchdown, Tonga was the face of Aragon athletics in the early 2000’s. He was the 2001 and 2002 Male Athlete of the Year — a rare feat to be named so twice. The MVP of his Frosh-Soph basketball team, Tonga went on to start for three years at the varsity level. He also was an exceptional track and field…
It’s 2 a.m., and there’s an essay due tomorrow. I’ve only written the first paragraph. Should I sneak a peek at Alice’s essay for ideas? Everybody used the same quotes, right? Is that even considered cheating? I’m sure it’ll only come up as 2 percent similarity on Turnitin. They are just ideas anyways, and we discussed all of this in class. Nobody will know … and I don’t want to stay up all night.
In the first of two matchups of the season against Hillsdale, the young girls basketball team struggled, losing 40-24.
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.