Author: Ryan Deitsch

“Listen” displays various teenage conflicts

“Listen” displays various teenage conflicts

*This story was originally published in the second quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* Death is inevitable, but an untimely death, especially at one’s own hand is preventable. Writer and Director Erahm Christopher creates a hyperbolic tale to demonstrate his perception of the best action to take in preventing an untimely demise through active communication. To put it simply, a […]

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(Multimedia) Project Aquila launch delayed

(Multimedia) Project Aquila launch delayed

Saturday, Dec. 2 was the designated launch date of Astronomy Club’s weather balloon experiment: Project Aquila. This school year marked the eighth team to head Project Aquila with senior Justin Hing as project manager. Project Aquila is an annual experiment the Astronomy Club carries out to launch a weather balloon holding cameras and meteorological equipment in an effort to teach […]

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Review: “Rick and Morty” returns to television

Review: “Rick and Morty” returns to television

Another season has come and gone on the cult favorite Adult Swim animated series, “Rick and Morty.” Sunday, Oct. 1 marked an end to the show’s third season since its initial airing after a strategic April Fool’s release. In its third season, “Rick and Morty” revealed more about the characters and plot than its prior seasons. Each episode was filled […]

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BoJack Horseman Season 4: BoJack’s Back

BoJack Horseman Season 4: BoJack’s Back

“Bojack Horseman” is a show, created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg, starring Will Arnett as the titular character along with his colleagues through their lives in an anthropomorphized Los Angeles. Bojack is a horse-man hybrid that once starred in the popular ‘90s sitcom “Horsin’ Around” only to waste the next 18 years picking himself up from being a washed up out of […]

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Photo Courtesy of Delaney Tarr

Spirit Week Goes On

As Floridians everywhere stock up on food and water, students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas stock up on spirit. With the news of Hurricane Irma heading for a tentative collision course with South Florida, students are left to trade in their tuxedos for ponchos. Due to recent storm advisories all schools in Broward County will be closed Thursday Sept. 7 and […]

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