Amber Mader

Broward County Public Schools has created a survey to gain insight on distant learning from students and their families

Broward County Public Schools has created a survey to gain insight on distant learning from students and their families

The COVID-19 outbreak has taken a toll on everyone’s lives and affected the format of student learning across the United States. As a result of school closures and social distancing requirements, students are now finishing their fourth quarter online through school and video call platforms […]

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Feeding South Florida volunteers hand out food to community members at Coral Square Mall on April 21. Photo by Fenthon Aristhomene

The City of Coral Springs distributes food to community members at Coral Square Mall

Feeding South Florida is an organization based in Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe county. Working as a domestic hunger-relief organization, they are feeding 25% of the state’s population that cannot afford daily meals. The organization’s goal is to ultimately “unite the community around hunger […]

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Governor Ron DeSantis reveals COVID-19 hit Florida during Super Bowl LIV

Governor Ron DeSantis reveals COVID-19 hit Florida during Super Bowl LIV

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently discussed his concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic at a news conference on March 31, explaining that the coronavirus had reached Florida months before the pandemic had spread nationally. He believes this because of the large number of visitors from all […]

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Schools across the district provide breakfast and lunch to students and families in need amid the coronavirus

Schools across the district provide breakfast and lunch to students and families in need amid the coronavirus

COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus, is impacting families in many different ways. Since the coronavirus outbreak, unemployment has had a prominent impact throughout Broward County. The sudden shortage of jobs has led to some families struggling to afford food for their children since they […]

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New charter school set to open soon in Parkland

New charter school set to open soon in Parkland

A free public charter school is set to open in the Coral Springs/Parkland area. This new school, Somerset Academy, has many other locations in South Florida, including Boca Raton, Pompano Beach and Boynton Beach.  This prestigious academy is located on the intersection of North University […]

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Tik Tok under investigation due to privacy concerns

Tik Tok under investigation due to privacy concerns

Since 2018, TikTok has grown to be one of the most used social media platforms. It was released internationally in September of 2017 and became increasingly popular at the start of January 2018 when it was ranked number one in free mobile downloaded apps mostly […]

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Students at MSD deal with having divorced parents

Students at MSD deal with having divorced parents

Divorce is defined as a legal separation of marriage between two people, by a court or other competent body. Every 13 seconds, one divorce happens in the United States, according to Wilkinson and Finkbeiner Family Law attorneys. Divorce not only affects the couple, but the […]

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MSD Key Club participates in SOS Walk

MSD Key Club participates in SOS Walk

On Saturday, Nov. 16, at 8 a.m., the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Key Club will be participating in the SOS Children’s Village Walk. SOS stands for Societas Socialis, which is the overall social club highlighting the goal of caring for foster kids.  Societas Socialis […]

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Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School turn to working a part-time job as a way of making money. Photo by Amber Mader

Effects part-time jobs have on MSD students

Senior Romy Mader working at her part-time job, Tunies

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