By Adam Blake, Print Editor in Chief The Contra Costa District Attorney’s office opted not to file criminal charges in 2015 for a student’s online posting in 2014 of words and images […]
By Tommy Fellner, Online Sports Editor For a select group of students at Acalanes, 3:05 doesn’t signal the end of the day; it signals the beginning of an adventure. Nathan Brickman […]
By Reilly Webster, Online Graphics Manager A video compilation of student-submitted GoPro footage.
By Raea Gragg, Cartoonist In this video editorial, Blueprint cartoonist Raea Gragg offers an insightful analysis of the suppression of creativity in the modern education system.
By Michael Ney, Sports Editor The question of when “old age” ends has always been quite easy to answer, meriting a one-word response. But the question of when old age […]
By Hannah Raslan, Multimedia Editor in Chief A wealthy, progressive community filled with driven students and involved parents is assumed a safe place, a safe haven to raise kids knowing they’ll […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]