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The Blazer Goes Digital

Photo Credit: Andrew Roth

Photo Credit: Andrew Roth

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On November 7, 2014, The Blazer made it’s triumphant return to Flushing High School, having been gone for several years. During Volume 64, we launched five original issues to much fanfare. Now, on October 30, 2015, along with the release of our first issue of Volume 65, The Blazer is going digital.

On this website (www.fhsblazer.com, for future reference), we will be publishing new content daily for those of you who just can’t get enough of The Blazer. Every section that you see included in the print edition can be found with original content on the website. Along the sides of the page, you will be able to make your voice heard by answering several short polls. Do you support a later start time? What are your thoughts on parents dropping their kids off in the student parking lot? All voices can and will be heard here. In addition to traditional written articles, we will also be publishing one new photo and one new quote (these also make great wallpapers!) for you every day.

Follow us on Twitter to get live updates during sporting events, be the first to hear of snow days, and be updated when we publish a new article or photo. If tweeting just isn’t your thing, we can also be found on Facebook and Instagram!

Of course, there is more to the human experience than just sight. While we may not be able to capture smells or feelings just yet, and we will sadly not be producing our own line of candy products, we can address an equally important sense; your hearing. Follow us on Spotify to hear what the staff of The Blazer is listening to and get original playlists delivered to your feed.

Want to read the latest edition of our print issues but couldn’t find any downtown? Fear not! The Blazer is on ISSUU, where we will be uploading a full color PDF of our magazine the day it is released in print.

Finally, if you have any suggestions for how to improve our various platforms, noticed an error in one of our articles, or have a suggestion for a story, feel free to text us at (810) 294-4365 or email us at [email protected]. We value every opinion and will consider every suggestion given to us.

Advertising spaces are available! For more information please contact Advertising Manager Andrew Roth at the above phone number.

 

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