By Zoe Edelman, Head Videographer // Senior Chloe Parmalee is launched into the air during the homecoming rally on Friday, Sep. 27.
Zoe Edelman, Head Videographer // The whirlwind politics of the last few days confused, angered, and saddened me. After attempting to digest it all, I am left with one overarching question: What kind […]
By Oliver Lane, Contributing Videographer // For Tuesday’s homecoming lunchtime activity, dons gathered in the freshmen quad to tie-dye shirts. Watch the recap below!
By Oliver Lane, Contributing Videographer // On Monday, Sep. 23, Acalanes students gathered on the field to support the special education students in a game of unified soccer. Watch the recap below!
By Oliver Lane, Contributing Videographer // Homecoming week has officially begun! To kick off the week students from all grades got together on Sunday, Sep. 22, to decorate their hallway in accordance with […]
By Noah Glosson, Sports Editor // Thirty-six wins and counting. The Lady Dons proved once again why they are number one in Northern California with another illustrious tournament victory. Led by a […]
By Ryan Owens, Online Sports Editor // Revenge is always best served cold. The Acalanes football team showed they had not forgotten last year’s brutal loss to El Cerrito by racing […]
By Zoe Cate, Online Editor-in-Chief // Nearly 40,000 people flooded the streets of San Francisco on Sep. 20 to call attention to the ever-pressing issue of climate change. This march was youth-led and […]
No More Coal, No More Oil: The San Fransico Climate Strike Through the Eyes of Two Acalanes Students
By Emerson Brown and Katrina Ortman, Staff Writers // Walking down Market Street, we chanted, “No more coal, no more oil, keep your carbon in the soil,” our voices echoing through the […]
Lizzy Xie, Online News Editor // Members of the Acalanes Parents Club (APC) and Acalanes students gathered on Sunday, Sep. 15, to beautify the Acalanes campus. Sixty-one parent and student volunteers showed […]