By Zoe Cate, Staff Writer // Nearly 500 Special Education at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels students flooded the Acalanes High School field with the roar of the crowd behind them and the prospect of a day full of sporting events that would put them in the […]
Month: April 2018
By Charlie Keohane, Staff Writer // Leadership organized a mini carnival for the enjoyment of the Acalanes community last Friday, Apr. 13. Check out some footage of the event below!
By Kiara Kunnes, Print News Editor // Amid the national conversation about violence in schools, Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD) and other school districts throughout Contra Costa County received an email threatening a violent attack at their schools. The AUHSD community and staff were notified of the threat in […]
By John Kalil, Staff Writer // The Los Angeles Clippers brass staged a mock jersey retirement on July 1, 2017 as part of a pitch to All-Star power forward, Blake Griffin, in hopes that it would inspire Griffin to re-sign with the team. The faux-ceremony came complete with the voice […]
By Kahren Eloyan & Ben Bequette, Opinion Editor & Contributing Writer // When we westerners think of Vladimir Putin, we usually see a funny meme of a man who never has his shirt on. We see that gloriously uncharismatic look of boredom that’s always written over his skeletal face and […]
By Charlie Baker, Staff Writer // The “High Means DUI” campaign has reached the state legislature after long-standing medical marijuana laws and the newly instituted recreational marijuana legalization took hold in California. State Senator Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) introduced legislation to the California State Senate on Feb. 16 of this […]
By Lisi Burciaga, Feature Editor // Walking down the street or navigating the hallways at school, it seems like nearly every passing face is buried in a cell phone. According to a study updated by Pew Research Center this past February, cell phone users make up the overwhelming majority in America; […]