The Student Newspaper of Acalanes High School
By Zack Lara, Staff Writer // In this episode of “Good Ones!”, host Zack Lara talks with Acalanes High School students about the presidential election, young voters, and other political topics. Stream it on Spotify and Anchor now. Enjoy!
By Shrida Pandey and Lyanne Wang, Online News Editor and Staff Writer // As citizens all around the country voted through mail-in ballots and at poll booths, students at Acalanes High School participated in their own mock election. The Acalanes library hosted its annual Election
By the Acalanes Democratic Club The Acalanes High School Democratic Club created a voting guide with tips to help voters before Election Day. Check it out below!
By Saylen Cardoni and Arlyne Noguera, Staff Writer and Photographer // Acalanes High School Leadership hosted a haunted hallway on Oct. 30 between 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. for Acalanes families to walk through. The hallway started in the 500 wing and ended near the
By Julia Poole and Sabrina Agazzi, Online Feature Editor and Copy Editor // Acalanes High School students met with Congressman Mark DeSaulnier via Zoom on Thursday, Oct. 29 to discuss current issues in the United States and the importance of the upcoming election. The 11th
By Bluepers Staff // In this episode of Bluepers, host Keith Johnson talks with some of our staff members about Halloween, conspiracy theories, sports, and more. Enjoy!
By Ethan Wellerstein, Contributing Writer In light of the recent anti-Semitic hate crime in the Lamorinda community, Blueprint opted to repost this piece from 2017 by Acalanes High School alumnus Ethan Wellerstein, class of 2017. I never asked to be Jewish. My parents never consulted
By Shrida Pandey, Online News Editor // In a nation already divided as Election Day approaches, a vandal spreads hate and fear in Lamorinda. The unknown perpetrator vandalized homes and structures around the community with spray paintings of swastikas this Monday. On some structures, the swastikas
By Aisha Mohanty and Juliet Becker, Staff Writers // Although those under 18 may consider themselves useless during the election period, in reality, they are often the catalyst for major political change in various ways. Below are several methods for Acalanes High School students who
By Shrida Pandey, Lyanne Wang, and Marisa Guerra Echeverria, Online News Editor and Staff Writers // In a time of multiple American crises, including a deadly pandemic and a national political divide, it is crucial now more than ever for Americans to act on their