By Andrew Cunningham In 2002, Kathy Soave introduced the Branson community to Sustainable Seas, an offshoot of the Greater Farallones Sanctuary which compiles baseline data on intertidal life for a national database. For the past 14 years, Ms. Soave and her students have made monitoring
By Gigi Alioto-Pier Women protest their limited rights on a street in the capital, Riyadh. On September 26, Saudi Arabian government officials passed a law that will begin to take effect in June of 2018. This law gives Saudi Arabian women the freedom to drive.
From early on, Kal was a rebel. Not in the leather-jacket-wearing too-cool-for-school kind of way, but as an activist and provocateur, using his wit and cartoons to critique his environment. As soon as fifth grade, he began to see the world through the eyes of
In the past couple of weeks, I sat down with three seniors to gather their thoughts about their four years at Branson. I hoped to gain some insight for my next two years, hear some advice about life, and to get to know the people
Carl Ma has been a science teacher at Branson for a number of years. Along the way, he has taught biology, chemistry, and has led the annual Island School trip. Besides his passion for teaching, he enthusiastically jumps at any chance to play ultimate frisbee, and
Storied history professor Jonas Honick is a renowned figure on campus. From his current position as history teacher, to his former roles as basketball coach, senior dean, and department head, Honick has played an integral role in the Branson community. Of course, many of us