Tag: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High

Private schools are hurting not helping

Private schools are hurting not helping

Throughout the history of education, private schools have been seen as a place to receive a prestigious education and to get a head start on adulthood ahead of one’s peers, but private schools and the stigma surrounding them have changed in recent years. Students who once received a higher education at such institutions have appeared to trade learning for grades, […]

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[Brief] Men’s Varsity Hockey ties against North Broward

On Friday, Dec. 1 at 7:00 p.m., the men’s varsity hockey team took on North Broward Preparatory School for a home game located at the Florida Panthers’ IceDen. The MSD Eagles tied to the North Broward Prep Eagles with a final score of 2-2 Trailing 1-0, Joey Zenobi (5) scored the first goal for the Eagles tying it 1-1. Forward […]

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“Women of Steel” compete for Miss Universe crown

“Women of Steel” compete for Miss Universe crown

The 66th annual Miss Universe Pageant took place in Las Vegas on Nov. 26, with almost 100 women from around the globe coming together to compete for the much-coveted crown. With the venue being the AXIS theater, located at Planet Hollywood casino-resort, the event was featured on Fox News from 7 to 10 p.m.. Steve Harvey, the host of Family […]

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Review: Red Queen

Review: Red Queen

Victoria Aveyard’s debut novel, “Red Queen,” features an intense, dramatic plot in which the protagonist battle a divided society and the betrayal it incites. In this book there’s two types of people: “silvers” and “reds.” “Silvers” are the elite with supernatural powers, while “reds” are poor with miserable lives. Mare Barrow is a 17 year old red, who is a thief […]

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[Brief] Lady Eagle JV Basketball play in first game of the season

[Brief] Lady Eagle JV Basketball play in first game of the season

On Tuesday, Nov. 21, the women’s junior varsity basketball team played in their first game against Dillard High School. The score was 45-16 in Dillard’s favor. Sammy Fisher (4) was the lead scorer for the team, with a total of seven points. The other scorers included Madi Goodman (32) with three points, Chelsea Watts (24) with two points, Kristina Longley […]

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MSD celebrates Eagle Regiment’s first place victory

On Saturday, Nov. 18 the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Eagle Regiment received first place at the Florida Marching Band Championship, or FMBC, for the first time in school history. For the last few years, they have been only a fraction of a point away from receiving first place, according to Principal Ty Thompson. While the band has won state competitions before, […]

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[Brief] Men’s Varsity Hockey beats Cypress Bay

On Sunday, Nov. 12th, the Men’s Varsity Hockey Team played against Cypress Bay High School at 2:30 p.m. at the Florida Panther’s IceDen. The MSD Eagles defeated the Cypress Bay Lightning with a final score of 4-1. Joey Zenobi (5) had the most goals this game scoring 2 goals to put the Eagles ahead. Ross Zoutte (97) scored a goal […]

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Senior Abby Wolk commits to Wesleyan

Senior Abby Wolk commits to Wesleyan

*This story was originally published in the first quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* Playing for over 10 years, senior Abby Wolk dedicates about eight hours each week to training as a goalkeeper in lacrosse. From kindergarten to now, Wolk cherished her time playing on lacrosse teams, such as LaxManiax, Stealth and the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School varsity lacrosse […]

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Senior Samantha Tobar gets ready to be a Florida Gator for soccer

Senior Samantha Tobar gets ready to be a Florida Gator for soccer

*This story was originally published in the first quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* Senior Samantha Tobar has been playing soccer since she was 3 years old. Coach Roger Thomas of the Soccer Academy & Training decided to help Tobar learn the sport and even created a new age group so that Tobar could play. Thomas helped Tobar discover the […]

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Contact sports raise concerns about brain disease

Contact sports raise concerns about brain disease

*This story was originally published in the first quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* During a varsity ice hockey practice at the Florida Panthers IceDen in Coral Springs, seniors Matthew Hauptman and Matthew Horowitz were practicing a drill to improve their agility. As they attempted to jump over a cone on one skate, they both fell and hit their heads […]

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