Marin Academy junior Alex Paff found out in July that she had a stress fracture in her foot. Alex does ballet and her stress fracture was so bad that she could not perform in The Nutcracker, her biggest show of the year. “In the fall, I
Last year, Health Day for the current juniors was focused on drug and alcohol awareness. This year’s Health Day was focused on drugs and alcohol for the whole school. This plethora of drug and alcohol education, while important, has become a little repetitive to some.
Branson plans to open its new Makers Lab to the community between late January and early-to-mid February, with the stated goal of bringing Branson into the 21st century technologically. School officials say the converted Old Dining Hall will provide an open space with tables and equipment
With a surge of new players, the Branson Girls Varsity Basketball Team is bigger than in recent years. After a few seasons of low numbers and changing leadership, the team aims to create a strong program for the future as it prepares for the 2015-16
Branson did not offer an AP Modern World History class this fall trimester for the first time in recent memory. The decision reflects a trend of fewer Advanced Placement (AP) course offerings at the school, as well as a debate over whether or not Branson’s
Many bikers in Marin do not heed traffic laws, which endangers them and everyone else at intersections. It is frustrating, dangerous, and scary to drive behind an erratic biker because they rarely behave how a car would. Bikers must follow the same laws that cars
Amid the discussion about Branson’s dress code, many girls worry that any change to school policy could unfairly target them for wearing clothing of their choosing. The current dress code states that students cannot dress in an “overly revealing” way, but does not specifically state