Branson School News, Sports, Life and Opinion

The Blazer

Branson’s student-run newspaper
Branson School News, Sports, Life and Opinion

The Blazer

Branson School News, Sports, Life and Opinion

The Blazer

The Branson boys lacrosse team plays against Marin Academy, April 6, 2022, in a game that ended in a loss. The team has concluded a season marred by injuries but also marked by skill and rapport.

Boys lacrosse team wraps up after NCS title effort

By William Mueth May 16, 2022
Despite injuries, the team built skill and rapport throughout the spring season.
A “Beach for President” sign in January 2022. Councilman Beach Kuhl became an overnight sensation after a Town Council meeting that month.

The Kuhl way: Ross councilman reflects on Branson’s growth

By Shun Graves April 11, 2022
He pushed for approval of Branson’s growth. Now, Beach Kuhl reveals why.
The Branson boys lacrosse team plays against Marin Academy, April 6, 2022. Spring sports have begun as COVID-19 restrictions have eased.

Spring sports begin as COVID restrictions ease

By Josie Hohenrieder April 8, 2022
Several sports are now in full swing.

Mountain biking team climbs with strong start

By Herschel Pell April 3, 2022
Podium finishes mark strong recent performance for the team.
Parents volunteer at the Snack Shack, March 30, 2022. The Student Senate has decided to close the store after spring break if trash conditions do not improve.

Trash issues could force Snack Shack to close

By William Mueth March 30, 2022
A planned closure after spring break will arrive amid persistent issues around littering.

Junior Talent Show 2022: A review in pictures

By Josie Hohenrieder March 29, 2022
The long-awaited Junior Talent Show returns in an epic night of laughter, fun and a touch of hilarious talent.

Bull-sharks dive into spring season competition

By Emmanuel Katz March 28, 2022
The small but mighty Branson swim team makes a splash this year.

Branson celebrates Holi, first time in years

By Abby Keenley March 23, 2022
The whole Branson community gathered on a Friday afternoon to participate in the traditional festival.
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All aboard the Orient Express: A look into Branson’s spring play

By Emmanuel Katz March 18, 2022
Here's what you need to know about Branson’s production of “Murder on the Orient Express.”
Solar panels atop the commons on March 14. Planned solar and environmental projects this year will boost Branson’s commitment to sustainability, school leaders say.

Green goals grow with planned solar panels, charging stations

By Cooper Tenney March 14, 2022
Head of School Chris Mazzola has called for “priority” on sustainability as Branson expands its solar and environmental initiatives.
During the height of the omicron surge in January, many students learned remotely. Two months later, no one at Branson tested positive for COVID-19.

As rules loosen and cases dwindle, pandemic’s end in sight

By Shun Graves March 10, 2022
The pandemic, now nearing its two-year anniversary, has declined. And COVID-19 rules will further loosen as masks go optional.

Branson celebrates Lunar New Year

By Reese Dahlgren February 19, 2022
Students and faculty honor the new year with food, family and fun.
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