Lexi Dalva

Freshman Gracyn Haynes, a women's varsity lacrosse player at MSD, clears the ball up the field after getting it back from the other team. Photo by Isabelly Silveira

Freshman Gracyn Haynes continues to strive in her lacrosse career

Gracyn Haynes, a freshman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, plays defense for the women’s varsity lacrosse team. Haynes was born and raised in Parkland, Florida and has been playing lacrosse for the majority of her life. At the age of nine, Haynes began her […]

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Staying safe in school is extremely important during this time, especially due to the COVID-19 outbreak. You should always continue to maintain a distance of six feet between others when socializing. Washing your hands and sneezing in your arm are all covid-friendly ways of keeping the virus away.

[Multimedia] Stopping the spread: Experiences of MSD students who tested positive for COVID-19

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Lauren Buchwald, founder of splattered essentials, continues to thrive though the amazing success of her business.

Freshman Lauren Buchwald displays entrepreneurship through her business Splattered Essentials

Lauren Buchwald, a freshman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas who has strived to continue the success of her business through COVID . Buchwald, who always had a love for fashion and entrepreneurship, founded the clothing brand Splattered Essentials.  Splattered Essentials is a custom clothing business designed […]

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Natalie's award winning contest artwork features earth, peace signs, athletes, people, a hand, as well as a quote and the Orange Bowl mascot.

Natalie Szkwarek places first in the Orange Bowl Creative Art Contest

Natalie Szkwarek, a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School was named the first place winner for the Orange Bowl Creative Art contest on Dec. 18, 2020. The contest began on Oct. 13, 2020, and the submission deadline was Dec. 4, 2020. She was announced […]

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The new family movie "Soul" is now available to watch on Disney+.

[Review] ‘Soul’ provides a new perspective to life

On Dec. 25, 2020, Pixar released the movie “Soul” to Disney Plus. The movie was directed by Academy Award winner Pete Docter and written by Mike Jones and Kemp Powers.   “Soul” is a movie about death, jazz, longing and limitations. The story follows Joe […]

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Photo by Isabelly Silveira

[Multimedia] MSD students celebrate the holidays in many ways

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[Multimedia] COVID-19 impacts the entertainment industry

[Multimedia] COVID-19 impacts the entertainment industry

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TikTok user, @hairby_chrissy, receives hate over controversies. The controversies are about various issues, like following COVID-19 guidelines and clientele.

TikTok’s Hair by Chrissy receives hate over controversy

Hair By Chrissy is a TikTok and Instagram account run by hairdresser Chrissy Rasmussen. She began her account in August 2019 and has gained over a million followers since then.  Rasmussen owns Habit Salon, a set of two internet-famous hair salons located in both Arizona […]

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Overflow. With not enough space for social distancing in every classroom, many students end up in overflow rooms like the gym. Photo by Rayne Welser

[Multimedia] Day in the life of a student attending school in person

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Winner. Rachel Kusher poses with a pig during a normal school day at MSD. Kusher was voted for the Broward Schools Counselor of the year. Photo by Ariella Bishari

Rachel Kusher voted Broward Schools Counselor of the Year

Broward County Public Schools has voted one of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s guidance counselors, Rachel Kusher, as Broward Schools Counselor of the Year. She is now in the running for the Florida School Counselor of the Year award. “We were partners our first year […]

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