CW’s Riverdale adapts Archie Comics and twists it into a pleasurable — perhaps familiar — teenage drama storyline.
Following the Aragon Candidate Conventions and election, last week the candidates for each student government position were chosen and announced to the Aragon community.
After four years without a postseason appearance, the girls lacrosse team defeated Carlmont 12-7 in the first round of the West Bay Athletic League Playoffs.
With an “Enchanted Garden” theme, Aragon hosted its prom in the San Francisco Design Center Galleria on April 21, complete with decorations of vines on the stairs of the five-story building, flower-shaped lights and fairies serving cupcakes to students.
As always, “The Fate of the Furious” delivers an action-filled punch to the big screen. Unfortunately, the plot and character line falls flat and fails to deliver.
“DAMN,” Kendrick Lamar’s album released on April 14, 2017, shines with its thrilling tempo and its contemplative yet contradictive lyrical reflections. Most of all, it features Lamar’s trademark smooth and effortless delivery. The album progresses through an immaculate delivery of tales inspired by Lamar’s experiences, and every track features a unique tempo and style of elocution.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit musical “Hamilton” runs in San Francisco until August. With a stellar cast and Miranda’s witty production, “Hamilton” is larger than life on stage.
Despite a strong offensive effort led by seniors Eric Lee and Connor Herminghaus, as well as junior Zack Gee, the boys lacrosse team fell to Burlingame 8-7 on Apr. 20.
Aragon music’s String Fling and Band Bash occurred on March 29 and 30 in the Aragon Theater.
The Aragon track and field team traveled to San Mateo High School on Apri 15 to compete in the seventh annual Bearcat Invitational. The Dons impressed in several events, coming away with multiple medals in both the boys and girls side of the events. The boy’s 4×100 meter relay team, consisting of seniors David Prager, Alex Tenorio, Siua Tongamoa and junior Dhruv Singhania placed second with a time of 44.57…
Assembly Bill 165, if passed, would allow schools to look at information on students’ phones without a warrant.
California’s new accountability program aims to offer a more in-depth report on the academic performance and socioeconomic demographics of individual schools. Before, schools were ranked solely based on the Academic Performance Index, which only measured students’ performance on standardized tests. Therefore, the State Board of Education approved an Accountability and Improvement System that offers the public more information on the progress of a school or district.