Tag: Stoneman Douglas

MSD senior brings the community together to raise money for memorials through “Create Your Peace”

MSD senior brings the community together to raise money for memorials through “Create Your Peace”

On Dec. 9, at the Pine Trails Park amphitheater, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students and community members participated in the Create Your Peace event organized by senior Jessica Frengut. The purpose of this event was to give the community an outlet to express their emotions through arts and crafts while also raising money for permanent memorial installations in honor […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity basketball team beats Taravella High School

On Dec. 11, the men’s varsity basketball team went up against the Taravella High School Trojans. The final score of the game was 46-39. The Eagles took the lead early into the game and maintained it until the end, giving them the win. The game against the Trojans was a conference win for the Eagles, tying them with Coral Springs […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity basketball team loses to Boyd Anderson High School in season opener

On Friday, Nov. 29 the men’s varsity basketball team hosted Boyd Anderson High School Cobras for their home opener. The final score of the game was 41-50. The Cobras outplayed the Eagles on offense and defense, ultimately winning the game. Friday’s game was a non-conference game for the Eagles. “We need to do a better job scoring when we have […]

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Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald Leaves Fans Old and New in Awe

Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald Leaves Fans Old and New in Awe

Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald is the second installment in a five movie series. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them came out in 2016 which is a part of the Wizarding World by J.K. Rowling. On Oct. 16, fans sat in the theaters to embrace the universe once again. Many recognizable names were casted like Jude Law as Albus […]

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MSD hosts quarterly Lit Lunch to promote reading

MSD hosts quarterly Lit Lunch to promote reading

On Oct. 24, students filed into the media center with one thing bringing them together: reading. Those who have read either “The Hate You Give” by Angie Thomas, “Want” by Cindy Pon, “Letters to the Lost” by Brigid Kemmerer or “My Sister Rosa” by Justine Larbalestier were brought together between first and second lunch to an event called Lit Lunch. […]

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[Brief] Varsity football team defeats Monarch High School

On Oct 26th, the men’s varsity football team beat the Monarch High School Knights. The final score of the game was 21-0. This was a critical district game for the Eagles and they came out strong and held the Knights to a score of 0. Even though it was an away game for the Eagles they still had the strong […]

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Ryan Gosling in "First Man." (Universal Pictures)

First Man leaves science and history fan on the edge of their seats

Thrilling historical movie, First Man, was released on Oct. 12. It was the awe-inspiring movie about Neil Armstrong and his journey to the moon, starring Ryan Gosling and Claire Foy. The extravagant explains how Armstrong balanced family and work. Before the film even came out in theaters, there was tons of controversy surrounding it. Many people were not to happy […]

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School chairs have negative effects on teenage posture

School chairs have become a hindrance on the health and posture of teenagers. According to a poll by the Pew Research Center, 69 percent of parents believe their schools are not being held to a high standard when it comes to providing healthy lunches and good classroom ergonomics. There are plenty of issues in many American public schools that need […]

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Wide receiver Aramis Warford (3) lines up before a snap. Photo by Nyan Clarke

Varsity football team defeats Coral Springs High School in Pig Bowl

On Oct. 5, the men’s varsity football team beat the Coral Springs High School Colts. The annual Pig Bowl was played this year at Coral Springs High. As is tradition, the losing school’s principal must kiss a pig. Luckily the Eagles had principal Ty Thompson’s back this year, winning the game 21-0. This is the fourth year in a row […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity volleyball team falls to West Broward High School

The women’s varsity volleyball team faced a difficult defeat at their final game on Oct. 4 against to the West Broward High School Bobcats. “We’ve lost to them before so maybe it was because we had that preconceived notion that we were going to lose again. I think we were in the wrong headspace,” libero Julie Piedra (6). The team […]

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