The Student Newspaper of Acalanes High School
By Melina Nath and Zack Lara, Staff Writer and Liaison Editor // 456 players with nothing to lose line a barren field overseen by a mechanical doll. Viewers hold their breath as contestants play a simple game of “Red Light, Green Light,” backdropped by an
By Juliet Becker, Online Feature Editor // In a typical, COVID-free setting, people would pack into the theater to watch the DramaDons perform together on stage. In what now feels like a completely different world, audience members sit before their screens to watch the actors take
By Kayli Harley, Online Editor-in-Chief // Looking to satisfy your sweet tooth? Try these delicious French Toast Roll Ups! Here is a video for you to follow. Enjoy! Ingredients 1 or more slices of bread 2 or more strawberries Nutella 1 egg Cinnamon Sugar ..
By Stella Heo, Online Editor-in-Chief // Cool off during a hot day in the spring or summer with a dalgona matcha latte! Here’s a video for you to follow. Enjoy! Ingredients 1 egg 1 tbsp sugar 1 tsp matcha powder Milk or a substitute .
By Zoe Cate, Staff Writer // Do you want to try making some homemade pasta? Try out this recipe! Here’s a video for you to follow. Enjoy! Ingredients 1 cup flour 2 eggs . . Makes 3/4 lb pasta . . Directions Step 1 Spread
By Sofia Olsson, Staff Writer // Try making these lemon bars while you’re stuck in quarantine! Here’s a video for you to follow. Enjoy! Video edited by Charlotte Glass, Staff Writer Click here for the written directions.
By Stephanie Liu, Staff Writer // As doctors and nurses put on their masks, politicians take to the media, and families close their doors, students pick up their guitars, grab their paintbrushes, and wield their pens. While COVID-19 and the ensuing shelter-in-place prevent students from
By Katrina Ortman and Aysha Craig, Online Arts and Opinion Editor and Copy Editor // Between Zoom sessions and mid-day naps, many Acalanes High School students find ample free time to explore hobbies and start new projects. For many, arts and crafts can provide happiness
By Emerson Brown and Katrina Ortman, Opinion Editor and Online Arts and Opinion Editor // “Tomorrow there’ll be more of us” echoed through the air as protestors united for the March for Our Lives demonstration in Walnut Creek on March 24, 2018; 2,500 miles away
By Kayli Harley, Online Editor-in-Chief // “Hope is the sun. It is light. It is passion. It is the fundamental force for life’s blossoming.” – Daisaku Ikeda Hope is the warmth that courses through our veins. It is the light that radiates within us and