Author: Joyce Han

On Task. Principal on Task Assignment Teresa Hall works in the principal’s conference room in the main office. Photo by Nyan Clarke

Teresa Hall joins MSD as Principal on Task Assignment

The start of the 2018-2019 school year at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School was marked by countless recovery concerns, from the installation of portable classrooms to managing the wellness center. MSD introduced new staff to manage the school’s changing dynamic. Teresa Hall came to the rescue to assist Principal Ty Thompson as principal on task assignment. As principal on task […]

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Students protest clear backpacks with humor

Students protest clear backpacks with humor

On Monday, April 2, when students returned from spring break, clear backpacks and identification badges were distributed to every student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The decision resulted in the majority of the school’s students participating in silent protests in various ways. Students were notified of the changes that would ensue upon their return to school during their spring […]

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Photo by Joyce Han

Review: I Heart Mac n Cheese offers customizable dishes

I Heart Mac n Cheese, a recently opened restaurant in Parkland, stands out from others because of its unique option of customized macaroni and cheese. Since its opening in late 2017, it has already attracted many residents in both Parkland and Coral Springs. The “baked chicken chef special mac and cheese” was quite delicious. It was a bit too cheesy, […]

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Senior Emma Gonzalez shows her Eagle pride as a student at MSD during fourth period on March 13. Photo by Delaney Tarr

MSD students are accused of being “crisis actors”

After the tragedy occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, many students took matters into their own hands to promote legislative action to improve safety in schools. Many students participated in the growing Never Again movement, which advocates for putting an end to mass shootings through increased gun control, led by several MSD students, including seniors Emma Gonzalez and David […]

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Coral Springs holiday parade promotes holiday spirit

Coral Springs holiday parade promotes holiday spirit

The Coral Springs holiday parade on Dec.13 at 7 p.m. went across Sample Road from Coral Springs Drive to City Hall. Many roads were blocked off for the event to ensure the safety of those viewing and participating in the parade. Police officers were lined up where the blocked roads intersected with Sample Road, and there was parade staff making […]

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BTS fame rises in the U.S.

BTS fame rises in the U.S.

BTS, a Korean pop, or K-Pop group is a seven member boy group from Big Hit Entertainment made in 2013 and is slowly and steadily becoming more popular in the United States. BTS, which stands for Beyond the Scene, received more public attention when they won the Top Social Artist of the Year at the 2017 Billboard Music Award on […]

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Aspiring meteorologist is disappointed to evacuate

Aspiring meteorologist is disappointed to evacuate

*This story was originally published in the first quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* Despite his desire to stay, sophomore Tyler Foran evacuated to Columbia, South Carolina due to the threat Hurricane Irma posed to South Florida. Foran wanted to stay in South Florida because he is an aspiring meteorologist. He saw the hurricane as an opportunity  to witness Irma’s […]

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Student experiences week without power due to hurricane

Student experiences week without power due to hurricane

*This story was originally published in the first quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School experienced the effects of Hurricane Irma in different ways—some more severe than others. Senior Nicole Smith went without power for a full seven days. Like many locals, her power went out Sunday, Sept. 10, the day the storm hit […]

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[Multimedia] MSD Drama performs captivating play Fiddler on the Roof

[Multimedia] MSD Drama performs captivating play Fiddler on the Roof

From Nov. 2 to Nov. 4, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Drama Club performed the classic musical “Fiddler on the Roof.” As the first play of the 2017-2018 school year, the seats were filled the opening night with the anticipating audience. The production consisted of 37 cast members and 42 crew members. Junior Alex Wind played the main character, […]

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