By Gareth Kwok, Managing Editor-in-Chief // In one of the most anticipated matchups of the North Coast Section (NCS) Division III playoffs between #5 seeded Acalanes (9-1) and #4 seeded Bishop O’Dowd (8-2), the Dons fell short as the Dragons took home the win 36-21 in the NCS quarterfinals, eliminating […]
Month: November 2017
By Jenna Evaristo, Staff Writer // The Leadership class organized various lunch time activities in the front quad on Wednesday, Nov. 15 to relieve student stress.
By Gareth Kwok, Editor-in-Chief // The #5 seeded Dons faced off against the #12 seeded Petaluma Trojans in a North Coast Section (NCS) Division III First Round matchup on Acalanes home field. Check out the highlights in this high-scoring victory for Acalanes.
By Demetri Leones, Staff Writer // Students at Acalanes express themselves in a variety of ways, but one interesting hobby that has proven to be quite compelling is filmmaking. Young directors like seniors Jack Lattin and Karl-Erik Mills are making movies that are hugely popular on campus. For Mills, his […]
By Charlie Keohane, Staff Writer // One of Lafayette’s most iconic landmarks, the hill of white crosses facing Highway 24, almost became property of the City of Lafayette recently. Charles Clark, the owner of the land, offered to give the 2.7-acre property known as “The Crosses of Lafayette Peace Memorial” […]
By Charlotte Glass, Staff Writer // Amid the recent transition to block scheduling, the Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD) has undergone yet another change to the schedule. A slightly revised calendar for the 2018-2019 school year will allow AUHSD schools to start on Aug. 20 of the next […]
By Sarah Westergren, Claire Gallagher, and Clare Fonstein, Online News Editor and Photographers