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  • May 19MSD men's baseball team wins state championship 3-2 for fourth year in a row
  • 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
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Schools should take into consideration that there are many things other than prom tickets that students will be spending their money on for this occasion. Things like hair, suits, makeup, and dresses can be quite costly for students and their parents.
Seniors find prom tickets to be overpriced due to other expenses
May 9, 2024

The student constantly refreshes her page. She is waiting for updates about the price and location of the prom. Finally, the tickets are out. Rushing to purchase one, she is about to check out when she looks down at the price. A gasp escapes her mouth as she realizes the hefty cost of experiencing prom. Prom is a huge milestone for seniors everywhere. As prom season approaches for seniors at Marjory...

Billie Eilish arrives on the red carpet for the 66th Annual Grammy Awards at Arena in Los Angeles on Feb. 4, 2024. Photo permission from Allen J. Schaben/Los Angeles Times/TNS.
[Review] Billie Eilish's "HIT ME HARD AND SOFT" lives up to album title
May 27, 2024

Three years post “Happier Than Ever” and five years post “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?,” singer-songwriter Billie Eilish announced that her third album, “HIT ME HARD AND SOFT,”...

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[Brief] Seniors at MSD prepare for graduation
May 24, 2024
[Brief] MSD announces testing dates for the 2023-2024 School year
May 22, 2024
[Brief] Upcoming seniors prepare for participation in senior crowning day
May 22, 2024
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Superb Catch. Midfielder Gracyn Haynes (2) reaches her lacrosse stick out to catch the ball mid-air. The Lady Eagles won 16-6 over the Bobcats.
MSD women's varsity lacrosse team defeats Boca Raton High School
April 29, 2024

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School women’s varsity lacrosse team played against the Boca Raton Community High School Bobcats on Thursday,...

Right fielder Nick Diaz (11) runs to catch ball thrown to the out field. The eagles secured a win of 7-1 in this game against the Saint John Neumann Celtics.
MSD Eagles Baseball Team secures victory on Senior Night against Saint John Neumann
April 26, 2024

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School men’s varsity baseball team played one of their last regular season home games for senior night at...

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...

Junior Mikey Fierstat (26) soars through the air over four STA players to shoot for the goal. The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Eagles faced St. Thomas Aquinas in the finals of the 2024 FHSAA Boys Lacrosse District Tournament on April 12.
MSD men's varsity lacrosse team falls short to St. Thomas Aquinas High School
April 17, 2024

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School varsity lacrosse team played against St. Thomas Aquinas High School on Friday, April 12, for the FHSAA...

Children are often disproportionately affected by the cruelties of the film industry. High amounts of media attention and separation from guardians can negatively impact young children acting in shows and films.
[Opinion] Children do not belong in the film industry
May 29, 2024

More and more child stars have been speaking out about their dark experiences in...

In STEM occupations staggering gender disparities exist that need to be fixed. Womens abilities are constantly undermined in such fields and they are made to seem of less value than their male counterparts.
[Opinion] Gender disparities in STEM occupations must be addressed to improve female representation
May 27, 2024

An alarming 35% of women are employed in the STEM workforce, despite the industry...

The stigma that currently surrounds acne leaves people feeling lesser than they are. In order to change this, acne needs to be normalized via more representation in the media.
[Opinion] Acne needs to be normalized
May 27, 2024

In skin care advertisements girls with perfectly clear skin are depicted using the...

When rumors of South Asian actress Avantika having been cast as Rapunzel in a live action Tangled emerged, the public exhibited unreasonable outrage. Angry over a mere rumor, they took to wrongfully attacking the actress, using her hair color as an excuse for their blatant racism.
[Opinion] The public's outrage over race-swapping Disney princesses in live-action films is unreasonable
May 26, 2024

With demands intensifying for more diversity in the film industry, Disney has begun...

In the entertainment industry, animals confinement poses ethical questions that should not be ignored. Often, animals are even abused in the name of entertainment, treated as props rather than living beings deserving of kindness and respect.
[Opinion] Confining animals in the entertainment industry propagates ethical challenges
May 24, 2024

Patiently waiting for the curtains to unveil, a young girl draws her attention to...

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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Sophomore Marc Lam holds up his card to answer the given question. This round was a part of the Battle of the Books competition, in which students from schools across the county answered trivia questions regarding their assigned books.
[Multimedia] MSD Book Club takes second place in annual Battle of the Books competition
May 1, 2024

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School won second place at the annual Battle of the Books competition in the school’s media center on Wednesday,...

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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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