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

Reese Dahlgren

Reese Dahlgren, Editor-in-Chief

All content by Reese Dahlgren
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Branson celebrates Lunar New Year

February 19, 2022
Students and faculty honor the new year with food, family and fun.
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A sneak peek into Body Talk: Poetry in Motion

January 19, 2022
Students get ready for their first Branson dance concert of 2022.
Senior Connor Williams kicks a football through the new field goal during assembly. The new schedule includes assembly twice a week.

Branson introduces new academic schedule

September 26, 2021
The new schedule gives students more options as the pandemic subsides.
Special guest Marc Bamuthi Joseph offers powerful words on Black life in America

Special guest Marc Bamuthi Joseph offers powerful words on Black life in America

March 29, 2021

In celebration of Black History Month, the Branson community held a special event featuring the presentation of activist and educator Marc Bamuthi Joseph. A former Branson Gallard Fellow and vice president of social impact at the John F. Kennedy Center of Performing Arts, Joseph displayed a mastery...

Reflecting on the Capitol riots

Reflecting on the Capitol riots

February 23, 2021

When the Jan. 6 Capitol riot shocked the nation, leaving people confused and unable to process the meaning behind this act of violence, the Branson community responded. Something had to be done for students and faculty to make sense of the jumbled emotions in everyone’s mind. And so, a plan for the...

Branson implements new lunch procedures

Branson implements new lunch procedures

December 1, 2020

With Branson’s campus reopening, students and faculty are following new lunch protocols to ensure their safety and health during these uncertain times.   The updated regulations divide students into cohorts based on the class they are in before lunch. Each cohort has a specific location on campus...

How Branson faculty and students are coping with the new schedule

How Branson faculty and students are coping with the new schedule

October 5, 2020

With the first three-week rotation of the new schedule wrapped up, Branson faculty and students have felt the impact of online school on their mental health and expressed mixed feelings about the distance learning plan. The new weekly class schedule consists of four days of academic classes and one...

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