Aragon’s senior class held a class fundraiser by selling tickets to see the San Francisco Giants face off against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sept. 11.
This summer, science teacher Katherine Ward received the Outstanding Biology Teacher Award from the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) for the state of California award after being nominated by California Teacher Advisory Council (CalTAC) colleague Heidi Haugen.
Picasso, Einstein, Spielberg, Disney. These people share not only success, but something more hidden and easily looked past: dyslexia. Dyslexia posed a significant obstacles in their lives, but also taught them to acknowledge their challenges and find ways to work around them.
Senior Dallas Worthington talks about his clothing brand Proper Villain in the latest installment of the Aragon Entrepreneurs series. Filmed and edited by Kamille Suayan
The annual tailgate and ceremony of lights were hosted by the PTSO on Sept. 9 to kick off the football season at their first home game.
In the first game under the new stadium lights, the Dons (2-0) gave the Aragon crowd much to cheer for as they cruised past South San Francisco (0-3) 35-0. “I’m glad we got to break in the new stadium with a win,” says head coach Steve Sell. “We could’ve executed a lot better. But, we made plays when we needed to.” The defense was dominant for the entirety of the…
Netflix’s westernized, live-action adaptation of the popular manga and anime series “Death Note” disappoints fans of the franchise with lack of thematic and cultural nuance, but excites audiences entertained by Hollywood gore, romance and action.
Based on Stephen King’s novel, “The Dark Tower” falls flat on screen with a convoluted plot and a script that strays from King’s book.