By Jacque Peacock, Staff Writer // Abby VanMuijen, a University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley) alumna, spoke about their academic and professional experiences during the third installment of the Women in Leadership […]
After a long battle against Parkinson’s disease, Acalanes High School physical education teacher and coach Chris Huber passed away on Jan. 21. In honor of Huber and his impact on the Acalanes […]
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By Stella Heo and Erin Hambidge, Online Editor-in-Chief and Staff Writer // For years, many students and parents disapproved of the College Board providing standardized tests that colleges used as measures of […]
By Erin Hambidge, Staff Writer // In alignment with their goal of creating an inclusive and welcoming campus environment, the Acalanes High School Diversity Board provided students with a place to discuss […]
In a previous publication of this story, Blueprint misquoted varsity basketball player Theo Stoll and incorrectly stated that Stoll is a junior varsity football player. Blueprint has since updated the story. By […]
By Miller Smith, Staff Writer // California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) North Coast Commissioner of Athletics Pat Cruickshank released an update on Jan. 14 stating that high school sports could return as early […]
By Zack Lara, Staff Writer // In this episode of “Good Ones!”, host Zack Lara discusses the dangers of social media, political misinformation, and how to stay safe online. Enjoy!
By Bluepers Staff // In this episode, host Keith Johnson talks with guests about moving into the new year. Enjoy!
By Liam McGlynn and Shrida Pandey, News Editor and Online News Editor // Democrat Joe Biden won the 2020 Presidential Election, unseating incumbent President Donald Trump. Trump refused to concede to Biden under […]