By Diego Mountin, Staff Writer Four Acalanes seniors were recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program as some of the highest scorers of the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). […]
By Lia White, Arts Editor Let’s face it, everyone loves a good burger. Whether it’s smothered in cheese, dripping with sauce, chock full of hot, greasy bacon, or all of […]
By Julian O’Donnell, Staff Writer A delectable treat that is common throughout the Midwest has melted its way into the Bay Area. The phenomenon that is currently taking the west coast by […]
By Megan Yee, Print Editor in Chief A plume of blue powder and excited energy erupted from the Acalanes stands during halftime at the football game on October 10. The messy […]
By Iris Wang, Staff Writer When Patrick O’Toole was a child, he dreamed of being a police officer and solving problems to promote the common good. “My father was a […]
By Reilly Webster, Online Media Editor Highlights from the 2014 homecoming rally.
By Reilly Webster, Online Media Editor Acalanes staff takes a splash.
By Lauren Kim, Online Editor in Chief October 17, 2014, Pleasant Hill Boulevard intersection, a traffic jam prohibited many students from arriving to school on time. Despite multiple requests from Acalanes staff […]
By Lauren Kim, Online Editor in Chief Gloria Chun, a professional college counselor, provides information and helpful tips on how to write the ideal college essay.
By: Michael Ney, Sports Editor Even in the prime of youth, humans are not indestructible. Injuries are the ugly but far too common evil of sports. These accidents can range from […]