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  • April 16School Board of Broward County moves to separate with Dr. Peter Licata and hire Deputy Superintendent Dr. Howard Hepburn for three-year contract
  • April 16Broward Superintendent Dr. Peter Licata announces resignation
  • April 6MSD FEA chapter wins 1st place for most creative fundraiser and 3rd place for membership motivation project and scrapbook competition at county convention
  • April 6WMSD TV Program wins five awards at national STN competition
  • April 3Modified schedule tomorrow, April 4 due to PSD and BEST testing for freshmen and sophomores
The Student News Site of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

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After completing their band evaluation, Symphonic Winds members pose for a picture. Band evaluations took place on March 13 at Monarch High School where members presented three songs and did a sight reading. Photo permission from Garret Sullivan and MSD Band.
Band members of MSD recieve all A's on evaluation
April 19, 2024

Band evaluations for band members were held on Wednesday, March 13 at Monarch High School. The District Concert Music Performance Assessment is an evaluation that every school band in the district participates...

Country music has been growing in popularity over the past few years and now, pop musicians are helping to further this phenomenon. With country albums from artists like Beyoncé, Dasha and Lana Del Rey, the music genre is only continuing to expand its fanbase.
Pop singers help grow country music's popularity
April 17, 2024

Country music has been gaining prominence among younger generations for some time, and with the turn of 2024, even pop musicians seem to be “going country.” The genre’s streaming growth has been...

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[Brief] MSD JROTC to host the last blood drive of the year
April 17, 2024
[Brief] MSD seniors attend information meeting regarding Grad Bash
April 16, 2024
[Brief] Prom packets and tickets are now available for MSD students
April 12, 2024
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Outfielder Lorenzo Laurel (16) steps up to the plate and gets ready to bat against North Broward Prep. The Eagles won with a final score of 6-5.
MSD varsity baseball team scores another win against North Broward Prep
April 20, 2024

With a record of 15-5, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School varsity baseball team were determined to keep raising their record in a home...

Senior Krish Sule runs the second leg of the mens 4x100 relay. Sule won 2nd place with the time of 43.34, and the relay took place at South Plantation High School on Feb. 27.
Senior Krish Sule finishes up successful season for MSD track team
April 17, 2024

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School track team is on its way to finishing up the season. The season was primarily led by senior Krish Sule,...

Locked in. Freshman Nicholas Perez stands at the start line awaiting the start of his race. This was at Dillard High School who was hosting an invitational track meet on March 6. Perez was running the 110 Meter Hurdles and earned a time of 24.54. So usually before a race I get nervous, but I use that when im nervous or afraid im not going to do good or im going to fall. To do the hurdles is a really mental thing so I have to be in the right mindset so I use that nervousness and fear to be my drive. I dont let it get to me completely. I use it as my motivation to not fall and to push myself Perez said.
[Photo Gallery] Men's and women's track concludes after a successful season
April 16, 2024

MSD varsity baseball seniors Alex Rodriguez, Rylan Lujo, Niko Benestad and Devin Fitz-Gerald sign off to college. The four seniors will be playing their fourth and final year on the team in hopes to get their fourth ring.
Four baseball seniors prepare for their fourth and final season
April 3, 2024

Four seniors on the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School varsity baseball team, first- baseman Nikolas Benestad (6), outfielder Alex Rodriguez...

People are rapidly over-consuming goods. This is hurting the climate and has disastrous implications for future generations.
[Opinion] Overconsumption strains resources due to pressure to perform
April 8, 2024

People around the globe follow the latest trends, trying to keep up by replacing...

An increasingly prevalent trend in the media in recent years, the media tends to be biased in the way it covers current events. This can sway a reader to believe one side.
[Opinion] Coverage bias in media negatively alters people’s perceptions
April 8, 2024

Prejudice seeps through the news we consume every day, and Western society has grown...

Phone addiction has become a significant problem in recent years, specifically among Generation Z. However, Gen Z should not be placed at fault for their addiction.
[Opinion] Generation Z should not be blamed for addiction to phones
April 8, 2024

“Young people these days never look up from their phones.” Every generation has...

In todays day and age, young children and tweens shop for makeup and skincare at stores like Sephora, as opposed to for fun accessories and toys at stores like Justice. They do so because stores designed specifically for them are becoming increasingly rare, while content that normalizes the use of skincare and makeup products becomes increasingly common.
[Opinion] The increasing number of tweens shopping at Sephora is alarming
March 21, 2024

An alarming number of young girls have been flooding Sephora due to recent TikTok...

The mental health of teen girls has been getting steadily worse over the years. Currently, there has been little done to combat the causes.
[Opinion] Teen girls' mental health continues to worsen without healthcare reforms
March 13, 2024

Teenagers’ mental health has been on a steady decline, with teens having to deal...

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a law banning kids under 14 from social media and requiring parental consent for 14-and-15-year-olds. Photo permission from Pedro Portal/TNS.
Desantis signs law targeting internet use for minors
April 18, 2024

House Bill 3 was passed and signed into law during the 2024 Florida legislative session....

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Sneakers can be a staple for everyday outfits. Students at MSD can explore the wide variety of shoe trends and sneaker culture through them.
[Multimedia] Students express style and personality through sneaker culture
April 16, 2024

Since their creation, sneakers have transformed in both purpose and style, making them among the oldest and versatile pieces of fashion across...

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Gardening Galore. Junior Mia Lubin works in Marjory’s Garden to help move soil for planting new trees on the Day of Service and Love. The new trees, including a pomegranate and jabuticaba tree, are intended to be for a new orchard extension of the garden.
MSD hosts sixth annual Day of Service and Love
April 7, 2024

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School hosted its sixth annual Day of Service and Love...

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