Category: NEWS

K-pop club co-presidents Sophomores Cain Cowan and Daliya Mathew

MSD welcomes new K-Pop dance club

Sophomores Cain Cowan and Daliya Mathew created the K-pop dance club after realizing their love for the music genre. The two girls first met up at the park after school to learn dances, but as time went on, they noticed the cons of practicing at the park, such as the hard concrete putting strains on their knees and the piles […]

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MSD’s Politics Club hosts first Politalk event

MSD’s Politics Club hosts first Politalk event

On Tuesday, March 12 at 5:30 pm, MSD’s Politics Club sponsored an event in the auditorium titled PoliTalk. This event gave the opportunity for students and faculty to volunteer and present a topic that they feel passionate about, resembling the famous Ted Talk segments. The PoliTalk event was also the Politics Club’s service project, where those in attendance wrote letters […]

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Dance Marathon will be hosting a spirit week entitled "Miracle Week" leading up to the marathon. Photo by Rebecca Schneid

Dance Marathon host spirit week ‘for the kids’

Dance Marathon at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, an organization that raises money for pediatric cancer will take place on March 16. The week leading up to the event will be filled with spirit days to encourage and excite students about the event. “We want the whole school to be involved, and get excited so hopefully they [all] come to the marathon,” […]

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MSD Drama students practice performing for the show "Yo Vikings!" in spring of 2018.

“Song of Parkland” sheds light on importance of arts

“Song of Parkland,” is shining a spotlight on those recovering from a tragedy and inspiring the nation by showing how a group of young people can come out strong from a tragedy. This moving documentary includes original songs written by the students about their experience, as well as clips from demonstrations and protests around the United States, such as at […]

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Four students arrested after lunchtime altercation.

Four students were arrested after engaging in a lunchtime fight

Ever since Feb. 14, 2018, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has been under the microscope of the entire nation. Security has been heightened and the administration has tried to crack down on violations of the Broward County Code of Conduct. However, on Feb. 26, four students were arrested by authorities after being engaged in a lunchtime fight. At the beginning […]

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Jim Gard teaching his class

‘Math Lab’ helps struggling students

Stoneman Douglas’ math department has made the decision to give opportunities to students who struggle in geometry. This is called the “Math Lab” and takes place during personalization periods. “For the math teachers in particular we know there is an extra challenge this year with all the events of last February,” geometry teacher Michael Powell said. “It has made it […]

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Media Specialist Diana Haneski and book club partner to host quarterly Lit Lunch

Media Specialist Diana Haneski and book club partner to host quarterly Lit Lunch

On Feb. 22, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School media specialist Diana Haneski held the quarterly Lit Lunch in the media center in order to celebrate books and reading. The students participating were originally supposed to have read novels “Daughter of a Pirate King” by Tricia Levenseller, “What to Say Next” by Julie Buxbaum, “Invictus” by William Ernest Henley or “In […]

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‘Ban Assault Weapons Now’ plans to petition their way onto the ballot in 2020

‘Ban Assault Weapons Now’ plans to petition their way onto the ballot in 2020

Firearm legislation has always been a contentious issue within the political sphere, yet with 2018 having a high number of mass shootings, and 2019 already starting off with some, Florida based group Ban Assault Weapons Now, or BAWN, wants to give Florida voters the chance to do something about it. BAWN is a self-described common sense gun reform advocacy group […]

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Cecilie’s Italian Ice offering free ices on 2/14

Cecilie’s Italian Ice offering free ices on 2/14

Cecile’s Gourmet Italian Ices is an Italian ice dessert shop that has been in Coral Springs since 1995 and has over 200 varieties of ices available. On Feb. 14, Cecile’s is offering their own form of comfort for the students and staff of MSD by offering free icees all day long to anyone who shows their school ID. “We realize […]

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Plaque dedicate to Nick Dworet cemented on the bottom of memorial tree. Photo by Farrah Nickerson

Memorial bench and tree placed in the front of the Aquatics Swimplex for Nick Dworet

On Sunday, Feb. 3, the Coral Springs Aquatic Center revealed a new memorial located in the front lawn of the facility to honor Nick Dworet, one of the victims of the Feb. 14, 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Joe Chiarella, father of Nick’s girlfriend Daria Chiarella, assisted in the organization of both the event and creation of […]

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