The Student Newspaper of Acalanes High School
By Ariel Shehter, Staff Writer When it’s dark and it’s late and it’s lasting And the space between you and the oven clock Is enough to nuzzle into the corner When on some rooftop A hand over the edge is Dipping into the evening light
By Maya Agarwal and Olivia Foster, Staff Writers // With upwards of 200,000 people attending the three-day festival, Outside Lands draws people together under the summer sun to enjoy music, food, and bonding. Upon entering the concert, Bay Area participants see the iconic Golden Gate
By Sophie Gold and Cameron Powell, Staff Writers // As yet another summer weekend approaches, people look for new ways to switch up their routine. Many kids, teenagers, and adults have come together to attend an outdoor summer concert every week in the Moraga Commons
By Ruby Deeming, Liaison Editor and Business Assistant // Stanley Middle School hosted their annual Jazz Cafe on May 20 to honor and celebrate the accomplishments of Bob Athayde, the director of band and chorus at Stanley. Check out the recap below! For more videos
By Josephine Teran, Online Arts Editor // Every year, Lafayette community members look forward to attending the Concert at the Res to watch student musicians, singers, and dancers showcase their talents. This year, the event’s regular crowd returned after a two year-long break due to
By Abbey Palmer, Staff Writer // Acalanes High School’s band performed at the annual Spring Concert on May 10 in the Acalanes Performing Arts Center. Check out the recap video below! For more videos visit our YouTube, ahsblueprint.
By Juliet Becker, Online Editor-in-Chief // Each year, Acalanes students have the opportunity to submit a variety of art, writing, and science projects to Lafayette Partners in Education (LPIE) for a chance to win awards and receive recognition for their work. LPIE announced the winners
By Helen O’Neal, and Gabriella Gruber, Online Shadow Editors // As the lights dimmed and the spotlight hit center stage on the opening night of the spring musical, Acalanes High School performers put on their first stage production without masks in approximately two years. The
By Helen O’Neal and Valentina Penati, Online Shadow Editor and Staff Writer // Acalanes High School’s Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Octet, Choir, and Orchestra performed at the annual Winter Concert on Dec. 7 and Dec. 8 in the Acalanes Performing Arts Center. Check
By Arlyne Noguera, Online Graphics Manager // After several months of preparation, the Acalanes High School DramaDons performed John Cariani’s “Almost, Maine” every night last week for their annual fall play. Check out the photos below!