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Over 3,000 people gathered at Pine Trails Park with signs advocating for gun violence prevention. They were there to demand change and listen to the speeches given by those affected by gun violence and those a part of gun safety organizations.
March For Our Lives reemerges four years later
June 21, 2022

“This is not a moment. This is a movement,” March For Our Lives tweeted. Four years after the first March For Our Lives protest, protesters were back in the streets of D.C. and other cities all across the country to advocate for gun violence prevention measures to be passed in Congress and send the message that Americans cannot "just accept mass shootings.” MFOL was founded in 2018 by survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to help prevent gun violence from happening...

Greetings Garden. MSD students enjoy eating lunch together at a table in the Stomen Douglas Garden.
MSD's Marjory's Garden creates inviting environment full of activities
April 24, 2022

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s Marjory’s Garden has seen heavy updates over the past few months and has become a very inviting place as the school year progressed. Marjory’s garden is a garden located at the back of MSD’s campus, that for many years was underutilized. In the last four years, the Marjory’s Garden Club was created, dedicated to revitalizing the garden to its full potential to create a space for students to relax, eat in and learn from. Throughout the school...

Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen co-star in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.” (Marvel Films/TNS)
[Review] Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness invites a darker twist to the MCU
May 13, 2022

The collaboration all Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) fans have long waited for was finally released in theaters on Friday, May 6. This movie displayed Doctor Strange’s magic evolving and growing stronger with new characters that were previously mentioned in the Disney+ series “What if…” But...

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Pitcher Chris Arroyo (23) takes the mound in the Eagles state championship game against the Palm Beach Gardens Gators. Arroyo made outstanding contributions to the teams victory, pitching five scoreless innings and hitting a walk-off home run to bring the game to a mercy rule.
MSD baseball claims back-to-back championship seasons after winning 2022 state title in triumphant victory
May 30, 2022

In 2021, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School varsity baseball team took home their second state championship, adding to the program’s...

Sophomore Morgan Goldman plays on the MSD womens varsity flag football team as captain. Morgan is seen in the positions of  linebacker, quarterback, and wide receiver.
Sophomore Morgan Goldman balances being a two-sport athlete and a leader to her peers
April 28, 2022

With the women's varsity flag football season in full effect, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is looking for a big impact from linebacker,...

First baseman Christian Rodriguez (10) loads out of his batting stance to let the grounded pitch by. Rodriguez grabbed two hits during the game, contributing towards the Eagles 14-8 victory.
Stoneman Douglas varsity baseball team edges over Western Wildcats in competitive away match
April 24, 2022

On Wednesday, April 21, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas varsity baseball team made their way to Western High School for their 22nd game of the season,...

Pitcher Andrew Sarro (4) stands at the plate ready to bat against JP Taravella High School during a MSD junior varsity teams game.
Freshman Andrew Sarro strives for success on and off the baseball field
April 23, 2022

Stepping up to the plate, Andrew Sarro loads into his stance. With the bases loaded, Sarro looks to drive in runs, giving the Marjory Stoneman...

Fans cheer at a music festival called Coachella where they watch celebrities perform sets of their music.
[Opinion] Reviewing celebrity outfits at Coachella
May 12, 2022

Every year, a six-day music festival called Coachella takes place in Indio, CA. It...

Instead of doing research to find the truth, people tend to accept the word of mouth from others. Illustration by Madison Lenard
[Opinion] People tend to believe in word-of-mouth instead of the truth
April 27, 2022

In our current society there is a growing trend that has been influencing many. Instead...

Men struggle mentally due to the societal standards placed on them.
[Opinion] Men struggle with mental illness due to unreasonable standards
April 27, 2022

Society has two extremely different expectations for men and for women when it comes...

People judge each other based solely on what they share online.
[Opinion] People pay too much attention to others' business
April 24, 2022

With the quickly revolving world around us, it can be easy for someone to become...

People should care more about being satisfied with their jobs instead of the salary. Illustration by Madison Lenard
[Opinion] Job satisfaction is better than a good salary
April 24, 2022

Choosing a career is an extremely important part of an individuals’ life due to...

Over 3,000 people gathered at Pine Trails Park with signs advocating for gun violence prevention. They were there to demand change and listen to the speeches given by those affected by gun violence and those a part of gun safety organizations.
March For Our Lives reemerges four years later
June 21, 2022

“This is not a moment. This is a movement,” March For Our Lives tweeted. Four...

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The MSD book club listens to the volunteer reader read the next quote in the competition.
MSD Book Club participates in annual Battle of the Books
April 24, 2022

“I choose to be happy. Because I can be. Because I deserve to be. Gay means happy, too, you know,” volunteer Jane Claud said, reading...

The community came together to participate in the Run4Beigel event at Pine Trails Park on Saturday, April 10.
MSD students and staff attend annual Run 4 Beigel event
April 20, 2022

On Sunday, April 10, the annual Run 4 Biegel event took place for its fifth consecutive...

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