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Review: G-Eazy sends mixed messages on “The Beautiful and Damned”

Review: G-Eazy sends mixed messages on “The Beautiful and Damned”

California rapper and producer G-Eazy debuted his fourth studio album, “The Beautiful & Damned,” on Dec. 15, 2017. The project featured many collaborations with popular artists, including Halsey, Cardi B and Charlie Puth. Peaking at No. 2 on the Billboard U.S. R&B/Hip-Hop chart and No. 3 on the Billboard Top 200, the album has been met with mixed reviews from […]

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Review: “Just The Beginning” marks the start for young Grace Vanderwaal

Review: “Just The Beginning” marks the start for young Grace Vanderwaal

Grace Vanderwaal, a 13-year-old girl who won first place of the 11th season of America’s Got Talent, recently debuted, releasing a new album: “Just The Beginning” on Nov. 3, 2017. Her album soared through the Billboard top 200 albums, peaking at number 22. “Just The Beginning” is comprised of 12 tracks which were all written by her, with “Moonlight” being […]

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Fusion Fitness and O2 Yoga introduces new exercise practices to Parkland

Fusion Fitness and O2 Yoga is one of the highest-rated studios in Florida with four and a half stars on Yelp and Google reviews. The studio is filled with decorations to express the connections the studio has to yogi culture. The walls are covered with inspirational quotes and statues of different figures to convey the relationship with Buddhist beliefs. When […]

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Doug Jones, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate seat in Alabama, greets supporters outside the Bethel Baptist Church on election day, Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017. (Brian Cahn/Zuma Press/TNS)

Doug Jones defeats Roy Moore for Alabama Senate seat

On Dec. 12, 2017, Democrat Douglas, or “Doug” Jones was projected to be the winner of the 2017 Alabama special senatorial race by Fox News, the Associated Press and NBC News. His opponent was Republican Roy Moore, who had previously served as a state judge and the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama. The special election was called […]

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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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Tropical storm Philippe unexpectedly rips through Florida

Tropical storm Philippe unexpectedly rips through Florida

As Florida recovers from the onslaught of hurricanes that have hit the state over the course of this hurricane season, a tropical storm made landfall over the weekend. Winds were first felt on Sat. Oct. 28, but the rain and winds dirt down by Sunday morning. Because of the storm’s speed, there had been very little time for preparation between its formation and […]

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Netflix releases “What Happened to Monday”

Netflix releases “What Happened to Monday”

Population disputes are very popular in current news. The movie “What Happened to Monday” brings the population controversy to life.  On Aug. 6, 2017, the mystery drama, “What Happened to Monday,” directed by Tommy Wirkola, was released for the first time in a film festival in Switzerland. The screenplay was written by Max Botkin and Kerry Williamson. On Aug. 18, 2017, […]

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State of emergency declared as Richard Spencer takes UF stage

State of emergency declared as Richard Spencer takes UF stage

The University of Florida created national headlines this week after it announced that white nationalist Richard Spencer would be speaking on its campus in the Phillips Center for Performing Arts on Thursday, Oct. 19. The UF President Kent Fuchs has discouraged people from attending this event, trying to minimize chaos. “Second, although I urge you to avoid the Spencer event, […]

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Parkland Library Round Table fosters creativity in student writers

Parkland Library Round Table fosters creativity in student writers

The Round Table, a meeting place for the knights of Camelot in mythology, symbolizes the gathering of ideas and thoughts. The Parkland Library applied this symbol to writing. The Parkland Library’s Writers Round Table, scheduled every month from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., serves to aid English students in a variety of ways. Whether it be with college essay revisions […]

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[Brief] JV girls volleyball team beats Northeast High at home

[Brief] JV girls volleyball team beats Northeast High at home

The girls junior varsity volleyball team played a home game on Oct. 12, 2017 against Northeast High. The JV team won with a score of 25-4, most points a result of their strong serves.  “I’m happy that Christina, our coach, put in every player. Even though the season has ended, we ran undefeated and I’ll still feel very close with my girls. We’ll […]

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