Author: Mallory Muller

Dance marathon board hosts spirit week

Dance marathon board hosts spirit week

In preparation for the dance marathon, which will take place Feb. 24, 2018, the dance marathon board enacted a spirit week with themes to match the pride in helping children in need. The event served to raise awareness for the upcoming event and get students excited to participate through the spirited attire and lively music, which was played during both […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity basketball loses to Coral Glades

On Friday, Dec. 15, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School men’s varsity basketball team faced another defeat against Coral Glades High School. This will account for their third loss of the season. Although the Eagles had the home court advantage, they failed to protect the nest, losing 47-55. While the two teams remained neck-and-neck for the duration of the game, […]

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Review: “Wonder” leaves audiences with a new perspective on life

Review: “Wonder” leaves audiences with a new perspective on life

Adapted from best-selling book by Raquel J. Palacio, “Wonder” is a family movie sure to put a smile on its audience’s face and tears in their eyes. Within the first week of its opening on Nov. 17, the movie garnered over $27 million in revenue and earned an 85 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The movie follows Auggie Pullman (Jacob […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity basketball team loses to Coral Springs High School

On Tuesday, Dec. 6, the men’s varsity basketball team faced a defeat by Coral Springs High School, losing 67-46. “The boys could improve on communicating with each other and being ready, and also opening up to the passes around the court,” team manager Alyson Peri said Many fans were disappointed by the outcome. However, as it is only the second […]

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Plastic surgery and its effects on society

Plastic surgery and its effects on society

Whether it be a more chiseled jaw or a smaller nose, everyone has heard or made a complaint about a physical feature they wish they could change. Plastic surgery has become a popular solution to society’s insecurities with patients as young as 13 years old receiving it. Many of the procedures are unnecessary, especially at such a tender age. Bodies […]

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MSD shows appreciation for veterans with luncheon

On Nov. 7, Marjory Stoneman Douglas honored the hard work, sacrifice and strength of American soldiers by hosting a veterans luncheon in lieu of Veterans Day. MSD history teacher Sandra Davis was in charge of the affair. “I think that we were really excited to be able to honor our parents who have served our country,” Davis said. “It was […]

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