By Reilly Webster, Online Graphics Editor Acalanes students get down and dirty in the mud while installing the new garden fence.
By Tommy Fellner The Acalanes Men’s Soccer team fell to the Campolindo Cougars 3-0 this thursday night in their final match of the season. The Dons struggled with their offense as they have done all season and their usually solid defense fell apart tonight. The game was sluggish from the […]
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 that Acalanes administrators and law enforcement officials perceived as a potentially lethal threat against Acalanes by a former […]
By Tommy Fellner The Acalanes Women’s Soccer team defeated the Alhambra Bulldogs 3-1 on senior night to win the DFAL League title outright. The Lady Dons came up clutch in a must win game that will greatly improve their seeding come the NCS playoffs. Acalanes was pumped up for this […]
By Tommy Fellner The Acalanes Women’s Soccer Team (14-1) tied the Miramonte Lady Matadors 0-0 this friday night during a downpour that wreaked havoc on both the match and the Lady Dons’ win streak. The downpour that began friday afternoon did not keep the Lady Dons and Lady Matadors from […]
By Lauren Kim, Online Editor in Chief Blueprint had to delay the distribution of issue five on Friday, February 6, 2015 due to a coincidental and statistically almost impossible placement of a memorial tribute to a departed former student, Jake Kallen, which ended up next to a story about a […]
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 is one of those students. Brickman spends his weekends and breaks frequenting the surf of California. Brickman […]
By Sam Fraser, Managing Editor-in-Chief When heavily armed gunmen stormed the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo last month, killing twelve people, both newspaper staff and police, France, along with the international community was stunned. At first, the French people, world leaders and internet users everywhere seemed united, […]
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.