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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

Sarah Lind

Sarah Lind

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Students share thoughts on in-person learning

Students share thoughts on in-person learning

December 1, 2020

How do you feel about in-person school as opposed to online school?   “It’s good. It’s a lot better than online. Just meeting everybody is great, I guess, because I didn’t get to meet people online.” — Fin Keeffe, freshman   “I like how they give us food because...

Introduction to new Branson teachers

Introduction to new Branson teachers

October 5, 2020

Caroline Santinelli Caroline Santinelli, a new English teacher, loves reading and working with her students. Born and raised outside of Boston, Santinelli went to college back East before moving to Leadville, Colorado. She worked there for the last four years in various teaching jobs and recently...

Effects of screen time

Effects of screen time

May 22, 2020

With everything we could possibly need, from finances to social media to entertainment readily available on our phones, tablets, and computers, it seems that screens could solve any problem. And in many cases that is true, with the most notable solution right now being their ability to build a semblance...

Finding the silver lining

Finding the silver lining

April 22, 2020

As school closures, travel bans, shelter in place orders, and social distancing majorly affect the lives of millions around the world, it is clear that we are in time of great change, the likes of which the world has not seen for many decades.  From experiencing fear and isolation to getting laid...

Luke Mobley ’16 returns to Branson with improv group ‘Just Add Water’ for a workshop and performance

Luke Mobley ’16 returns to Branson with improv group ‘Just Add Water’ for a workshop and performance

February 28, 2020

Last month, alumnus Luke Mobley, ’16, returned to campus with his improv troupe, Just Add Water, to host a workshop for the current Branson acting students and put on a performance for the larger Branson community.  JAW is an improv troupe comprised of students from Yale University. They perform...

Advanced Acting tackles hard topics in Marvel-based one-acts

Advanced Acting tackles hard topics in Marvel-based one-acts

December 17, 2019

Recently, the Advanced Acting class put on a production of “Peter Parker and the Kid Who Flew” and “Subatomic: A Stature Story,” two one-acts based on the Marvel Universe.  Both scripts are part of pilot program at Disney. Their goal is to create a series of one-acts to circulate through...

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