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Month: January 2017
By Sam Stack, Editor-in-Chief // To start off, I’m sorry. I haven’t been posting. That’s on me. But as the Public Relations expert that I am, I’ve returned with sweeping changes for the scoop. Since I cornered the market on high school newspaper website’s satirical articles about sports, I thought […]
By Gareth Kwok, Sports Editor // In the first 2017 episode of the Recap, Gareth reports on the winter sports teams as they begin their league seasons.
Produced by Julian O’Donnell // In this edition of OD Late Night, Julian discusses the upcoming divisional round of the NFL playoffs with football commentator David Severet.
By Sarah Westergren, Staff Writer Daniela Moroz has kite surfed since birth– quite literally. In fact, Daniela’s mother, Linda Moroz, entered a local kitesurfing competition where she finished in eighth place during the beginning of her pregnancy. A first of many competitions to come, Daniela kicked her career off […]
By Fiona Burrows, Staff Writer For the high school theatre scene, the new year means dozens of new shows. March is musical season in Lamorinda’s local high schools’ performing arts programs. Acalanes will be putting on Bye Bye Birdie, a musical comedy set in the 50’s. Teen Heartthrob […]
By Karl-Erik Mills, Staff Writer and Videographer Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 marked the end of the Harry Potter film franchise, which had spanned ten years and eight movies, and inspired a demographic of children and adults alike. The legacy of the film series is near […]
By Lisi Burciaga and Karen Rosenberg, Staff Writers Tick-tock, tick-tock is all that can be heard as the clock strikes 2 A.M. The house is dark except for one dimly-lit room. Textbooks barricade the doorway, papers scatter awry, and a lone soul types rapidly as the dawn approaches. […]
By Clara Kobashigawa, News Editor More often than not, as you walk down the hallways of Acalanes, you can hear students complaining about homework, stress, and school in general. Though there have been attempts to reduce stress at Acalanes, students still feel bombarded with homework and anxiety. This […]
By Lisi Burciaga, Staff Writer Come August 2017, students and staff of the Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD) will find themselves navigating a new and potentially improved block schedule which will change the district’s current everyday routine. The AUHSD Governing Board finalized the newly-designed block schedule on […]