Author: Anayiris Guzman

MSD Seniors are given opportunities to celebrate their success

MSD Seniors are given opportunities to celebrate their success

Although the Class of 2020 is dealing with the loss of their senior year and are adapting to this change, they’re finding many ways to celebrate and acknowledge their achievements for all their hard work. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many events for seniors […]

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Students are going viral on social platform ‘TikTok’ during quarantine

Students are going viral on social platform ‘TikTok’ during quarantine

Due to being in quarantine, students are finding different ways to entertain themselves. One of the most useful apps is TikTok, used to create short videos whether it is of the user dancing, lip-syncing, or creating comedy videos. In August of 2018, it became available […]

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The struggle of separated parents with children moving to each home during a shelter in place order

Throughout the United States, everyone is encouraged to practice social distancing to lower the risk of catching and spreading the virus. With the coronavirus forcing people to stay inside, it has brought up many concerns to families. Florida Governor Ron Desantis has issued a stay-at-home […]

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Mental health resources provided for you at home

Mental health resources provided for you at home

At times it can be very difficult to adjust to change, often creating feelings of confusion and stress. Nearly one in five people in the United States suffer from mental health issues and with the coronavirus spreading, these conditions are becoming worrisome for individuals. However, […]

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State of Florida implements new standards for English and Mathematics

State of Florida implements new standards for English and Mathematics

On Friday, Jan. 24, Gov. Ron DeSantis and Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran introduced Florida’s K-12 academic requirements for English and Mathematics. They set out to remove Common Core and provide students with Benchmarks for Excellent Student Thinking (B.E.S.T.). Common Core is a standardized test for […]

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MSD women’s varsity basketball team lose to Pines Charter

On Thursday, January 23, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas women’s basketball team played against Pembroke Pines Charter High School. They lost with a final score of 50-34. “As basketball season is almost over, we are trying to work our hardest and keep our focus so we […]

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MSD women’s varsity basketball team beat Pompano Beach

On Tuesday, January 21, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas women’s basketball team played against Pompano Beach High School. They won with a final score of 52-29. “The girls were very pumped up for tonight’s game and had a very good feeling about it. It started off […]

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MSD women’s varsity basketball team win a close game against Cooper City

On Friday, January 17, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas women’s varsity basketball team played away against Cooper City High School. They won with a close final score of 41-40. “Tonight’s game was really close, but I’m proud of the girls for putting their best effort and […]

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MSD women’s varsity basketball are faced with defeat against Gibbons

On Thursday, January 16, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas women’s varsity basketball team encountered a loss against Cardinal Gibbons High School. The final score of the game was 58-15. They also applauded seniors and had their very own senior night.  “Tonight was very important to me […]

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MSD women’s varsity basketball face a loss against Everglades High

On Tuesday, January 14, Marjory Stoneman Douglas women’s varsity basketball team played against Everglades High School. They faced defeat with a final score of 58-13. “This was one of our toughest games yet, we were all pretty upset at the way it ended but we […]

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