Author: Isabella Cohen

[Brief] Men’s lacrosse team defeats Taravella High

On Feb. 27, the men’s lacrosse team faced off against district opponent J.P. Taravella High School in a home game at 7:00 p.m. The Eagles defeated Taravella’s Trojans in a blowout, winning with a 17-2 score. “I thought we had a great performance against Taravella,” captain Max Buckner said. Goals were scored by Braden Mygatt (16), Max Buckner (33), Adam […]

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[Brief] Men’s lacrosse team falls flat to St. Andrews

On Feb. 14, the men’s lacrosse team faced off against St. Andrew’s in the team’s first home game. The Eagles fell flat to St. Andrews with a deflating final score of 4-13. “It was definitely a hard-fought game, but we just didn’t come out on top this time around,” attack Braden Mygatt said. Goals were scored by attacker Sam Bailin, […]

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Electors remain loyal to Trump and formally elect him as president

Electors remain loyal to Trump and formally elect him as president

Exceeding the required 270 votes to assume the presidency, on Dec. 19 Trump received 304 electoral votes and took the next step in the process to be declared President of the United States. While Clinton received 277, she won the popular vote by more than two percentage points. The official Electoral College results will be authorized on Jan. 6 by […]

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New season, new coach for MSD water polo team

New season, new coach for MSD water polo team

When Andy Hofmann joined the the water polo team his freshman year of high school, he never imagined himself becoming the captain, let alone the coach. However, after graduating from Marjory Stoneman Douglas in 2014, he has returned as the team’s head coach. “I’m so excited that Andy is our coach,” sophomore Jenna Weissman said. “He’s very nice and knowledgeable […]

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Club members promoting Best Buddies

Best Buddies club creates inclusive environment

Best Buddies club provides a unique service opportunity that gives students the chance to create one-on-one relationships with other students living with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). It is an international nonprofit organization that is devoted to building inclusion, integrated employment and leadership development for people with IDD. “The goal of our club this year is to spread the message of […]

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Two of a kind

Clad in vibrant outfits ranging from anywhere from dogs to Pokémon, students participated in “twin day” Sept. 13 as part of the homecoming week festivities. In addition to another themed day, students had a second opportunity to participate in the activities hosted by the leadership class. Today’s activities constituted a tournament of corn hole, a hoola-hooping and an Oreo eating […]

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