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Wednesday, July 18, 2018 12:49 am

A school is its people

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Blazers stand through the homecoming football game in the midst of the pouring rain.

Blazers stand through the homecoming football game in the midst of the pouring rain.1Picture by Molly BruneWithout mobs of fans, the bleachers are simply slits of silver.2Picture by Molly BruneOn wacky tacky day, break dancers entertain people during lunch, drawing a crowd around the stage.3Picture by Molly BruneWithout a performance, the SAC stage transforms into a simple, raised extension of the patterned floor.4Picture by Molly BruneThe junior class of 2009 shows their class spirit by waving their class sign during the fall pep rally.5Picture by Molly BruneWhen not saturated with students or fans, bleachers are pushed back and become a part of the wall.6Picture by Molly BruneSoccer players fill the field during breaks throughout the two weeks of try-outs for both JV and varsity soccer.7Picture by Molly BruneThe field looks lonely without athletes.8Picture by Molly BruneCrowds of people stand on the floor in the SAC during the SGR Spectacular.9Picture by Molly BruneWithout the crowd, this same spot is nothing but a bare floor.10Picture by Molly BruneThe cast of Blair's production of "Beauty and the Beast" fills the stage in the auditorium.11Picture by Molly BruneBlair's theater performances are clearly about the students and not the stage, as this now drab auditorium shows. 12Picture by Molly Brune
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