By Megan Yee, Print Editor in Chief The typical Acalanes Union School District (AUHSD) board meeting is a relatively quiet affair, where the gallery seats are empty or occupied by a few AUHSD teachers or community members. However, over 25 attendees packed the December 10 meeting to vocalize wide […]
By Julian O’Donnell, Staff Writer A delectable treat that is common throughout the Midwest has melted its way into the Bay Area. The phenomenon that is currently taking the west coast by storm is frozen custard. Setting up shop in a teal truck covered with pictures of cows, izzyA’s Frozen […]
By Megan Yee, Print Editor in Chief A plume of blue powder and excited energy erupted from the Acalanes stands during halftime at the football game on October 10. The messy powder toss was a new addition to Acalanes’ annual homecoming festivities, which are meant to rally school spirit […]
By Iris Wang, Staff Writer When Patrick O’Toole was a child, he dreamed of being a police officer and solving problems to promote the common good. “My father was a police officer for the SFPD before he retired,” O’Toole said. “I remember him coming home from work in […]
By Reilly Webster, Online Media Editor Highlights from the 2014 homecoming rally.
By Reilly Webster, Online Media Editor Acalanes staff takes a splash.
By Lauren Kim, Online Editor in Chief Gloria Chun, a professional college counselor, provides information and helpful tips on how to write the ideal college essay.
By: Michael Ney, Sports Editor Even in the prime of youth, humans are not indestructible. Injuries are the ugly but far too common evil of sports. These accidents can range from a small pulled muscle to a major broken bone or torn ligament. They wreak havoc on athletes’ bodies […]
By Michael Ney, Sports Editor Great athletes are viewed as gods among men. Fans, young and old, routinely set aside time in their day to watch their idols take the field or court. All athletes, however, no matter how great, must start their careers somewhere. Acalanes senior left […]