Former Congressman on Past and Future of American Politics

By Julian O’Donnell, Online Associate Editor // As the country remains divided over the new Donald Trump presidency, Acalanes has also seen a rise in political participation, from a walk-out protest to the onslaught of social media posts.    I had the opportunity to interview someone Continue Reading

The First Amendment: How Much Does it Protect Students?

By Sierra Fang-Horvath, Feature Editor // Few students pay attention to the unassuming sign hanging by the door of Acalanes classrooms. The sign, however, affirms one of the most important Acalanes principles: tolerance. The sign reads, “Degrading, racial, ethnic, homophobic, sexist or other hateful remarks ARE Continue Reading