By Ryann Drue, Videographer // Acalanes Leadership hosted its annual fall ‘Club Day’ on Friday, Sept. 21 during Academy. Some 53 clubs came together to speak of their passions and goals to perspective club-goers.
By Eitan Feiger, Staff Writer // As humans, it is our nature to create and transform the world around us; to plant the seeds of change. Entrepreneurs promote their unconventional ideas to affect change, even if it means sacrificing their careers. This September, the Acalanes-funded E-Club is uniting […]
By Noah Glosson, Staff Writer // The Dons faced El Cerrito on Friday, Sept. 14 in a devastating home game. Losing by a score of 32-30, the Dons’ overall record dropped to 2-3, a 0-3 record at home. For further coverage, read Blueprint’s written article published Sept. 17.
By Zoe Edelman, Videographer // Blueprint took a stroll downtown to Lafayette’s 23rd annual Art and Wine Festival, held Sept. 14 and 15. One of the town’s most anticipated events of the year, some 80,000 came together to celebrate the talent of local artists, entertainers and vendors.
By Noah Glosson, Staff Writer // Competitive, rough, and highly emotional. The Acalanes football team looked for its first home win of the season against a very athletically talented El Cerrito team last Friday night. However, the Dons fell two feet shy of their third season win. After a missed […]
By Ryann Drue, Zoe Edelman and Daniel Mone, Videographers // Blueprint sat down with the new Associate Principal “PowerPlant” team Mike Plant and Andrea Powers to talk everything from kids to greatest fears.
By Daniel Mone, Videographer // An easy way to make a delicious treat at home!
By Noah Glosson, Staff Writer // The Dons faced Archbishop Mitty of San Jose in a home game on Friday, Sept. 7, losing by a score of 22-7. For further coverage, read Blueprint‘s written article, published on Sept. 10.
By Karen Rosenberg and Sarah Westergren, Online Editors-in-Chief // “Dad, someone’s flying the flag up on the bridge.” James Minder turned his wheel towards the El Curtola bridge, eyeing the lone flag flapping in the wind as his son had. The World Trade Center had fallen to terrorists, and […]
By Noah Glosson, Staff Writer // The football team put up a strong effort against a tough opponent in Archbishop Mitty (San Jose), but it was not enough as the Dons lost 22-17. Acalanes came out of the gates strong to open the game on Friday, Sept. 7. Senior outside […]