News

Blood Drive Donor Passes Out

Blood Drive Donor Passes Out

Elle Esquer, Staff Writer

A blood drive, coordinated by Leadership, took place on March 17. From 1st-5th period, students who had signed up visited the small gym to have blood drawn by representatives...

March 24

Baseball Breaks Vehicle Window

Kyle Flett, Staff Writer

Baseball's sluggers have proven themselves to be successful at hitting the ball out of the park in practice, breaking the window of a car in the Aquatic Center lot, beyond...

March 23

Author Fest Features Local Connections

Author Fest Features Local Connections

Claire Mueller and Rachel Szymanski

The campus library hosted its 2nd annual Authors' Festival on March 9 from 6:30-8:00pm. 3 local authors attended the event. “I think it was a big success. The reason...

March 21

Recent News Stories

  • Doughnut Sale Funds Wish Fulfillment March 21
  • Women’s Power Punctuated by Guest Speaker March 21
  • Carpenters Cut Curves with Bandsaw March 16

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Lifestyle

Podcast Analyzes Trump Presidency

Podcast Analyzes Trump Presidency

Alexandra Reinecke, Art and Literature Editor

The first installment of The New Yorker's "A Well Ordered Nation," a four-part podcast series spearheaded to make sense of Donald Trump's presidency took place on February...

March 22

Shop Innovation Earns Boone Recognition

Mikhail Vasilyev, Staff Writer

Auto-shop teacher Steve Boone was recently nominated for the Acalanes Union High School District Teacher of the Year Award.  District superintendent John Nickerson announced...

March 21

Dance Prodigy Keeping Options Open

Vaughn Luthringer, Staff Writer

"[I dance] about 18 hours a week," said freshman ballerina Lisa Kondrich. Since the age of 6, Kondrich has studied dance at various San Francisco based ballet schools. ...

March 21

Recent Lifestyle Stories

  • Spring Musical Features Two Casts March 16
  • Annual Science Trip Breaks Tradition March 7
  • Young Leaders Visit Capital March 3

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Sports

Flawed Chemistry Still Good Enough for LAX

Flawed Chemistry Still Good Enough for LAX

Samuel Ganten, Staff Writer

Varsity boys' lacrosse beat Miramonte 17-7 on March 14, adding to their winning streak. In spite of the recent success, head coach Mitchel Frey is still concerned about...

March 21

Teamwork Prevails in NCS Quarter Final

Teamwork Prevails in NCS Quarter Final

Ava Mason, Staff Writer

Girls' basketball beat Moreau Catholic by 33 points on February 24 to advance to the NCS tournament semi-final. The Cougars built a 16 point lead by the end of the 1st quart...

March 21

Overtime Loss Ends Boys’ Hoop Dream

Ryan Jeter, Staff Writer

Boys' varsity basketball fell to Vista De Lago Eagles, 70-66, on March 11 close their winter season. The Cougars began strong on offense, scoring 15 points in the 1st...

March 16

Recent Sports Stories

  • Former, Current Track Stars on Parallel Paths March 8
  • Basketball Bounced by Top Seeded Salesian March 8
  • Basketball Advances to NCS Finals March 7

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