This Blueprint interview was conducted by Editors-in-Chief Lisi Burciaga and Karen Rosenberg. Fitzgerald requested that Blueprint run the entire interview to help ensure that his statements were in context and that no other […]
By Lisi Burciaga, Karen Rosenberg and Sarah Westergren, Print and Co-Online Editors-in-Chief // Representative Mark DeSaulnier spoke with students on Wednesday, Oct. 31 during Academy as part of Acalanes’ campaign simulation. He […]
By Print and Online Editors-in-Chief // Acalanes students were given the privilege to speak with opposing nominees Catherine Baker (Republican incumbent) and Rebecca Bauer-Kahan (Democratic challenger) on Oct. 12 and Oct. 19 […]
By Sarah Westergren, Online Editor-in-Chief // The Acalanes library recently tossed its furniture in favor of a nicer, more sophisticated layout, funded by the Parents Club. These changes were just a few […]
By Ryann Drue, Staff Writer Day after day, students flood the library during the early mornings before school, scrambling to finish and print last night’s homework. But this year, library renovations may […]
By Claire Mueller, Staff Writer // When the underclassmen start to pick their new classes in January, they may find some unfamiliar course titles. In addition to the new classes, the underclassmen […]
By Binti Sohn, Staff Writer // Leadership is off to a rough financial start for the 2018-19 school year, with trouble finding funds due to a lack of Associated Student Body (ASB) […]
By Jamie Lattin, Staff Writer // Amid tests, college applications, and homework, it can be difficult for students to find a comfortable refuge to decompress during the school day. Student anxiety, depression, […]
By Zoe Edelman, Videographer // The junior class performed their “Alice in Wonderland” themed skit on Friday, Oct. 5 at the annual homecoming rally, earning first place overall.
By Zoe Edelman, Videographer // Student vs Student dodgeball is a highlight of Homecoming week for many Dons. See what the excitement is about below!