By Zoe Cate, Staff Writer // The Acalanes Diversity Board helps start a dialogue about issues of equity and diversity at Acalanes. Compassion. Acceptance. Respect. Equity. These are all important aspects of […]
By Clara Kobashigawa and Gareth Kwok, Print Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor // Acalanes senior Lauren Etnyre, a promising water polo star already signed to Indiana University, never imagined her final year of […]
By Charlie Keohane, Staff Writer // Over 100 students and parents packed into the Acalanes Little Theater to watch “Hotel Rwanda” and raise money for an international organization called Save the Children […]
By Charlotte Glass, Staff Writer // At the same time as the senior bonding event, the juniors spent time together in the quad between the small and big gyms, enjoying activities such […]
By Zoe Cate, Staff Writer // Leadership cleverly put together “Senior Bingo” last week to allot time for the upperclassmen to enjoy each other’s company in the time before winter break.
By Gareth Kwok, Managing Editor-in-Chief // In one of the most anticipated matchups of the North Coast Section (NCS) Division III playoffs between #5 seeded Acalanes (9-1) and #4 seeded Bishop O’Dowd […]
By Jenna Evaristo, Staff Writer // The Leadership class organized various lunch time activities in the front quad on Wednesday, Nov. 15 to relieve student stress.
By Gareth Kwok, Editor-in-Chief // The #5 seeded Dons faced off against the #12 seeded Petaluma Trojans in a North Coast Section (NCS) Division III First Round matchup on Acalanes home field. […]
By Demetri Leones, Staff Writer // Students at Acalanes express themselves in a variety of ways, but one interesting hobby that has proven to be quite compelling is filmmaking. Young directors like seniors […]
By Charlie Keohane, Staff Writer // One of Lafayette’s most iconic landmarks, the hill of white crosses facing Highway 24, almost became property of the City of Lafayette recently. Charles Clark, the […]