Author: Bianca Navas

Principal Michelle Kefford and MSD teacher Shanthi Viswanathan recieve check from EKAL representatives and volunteers. Photo taken by Bianca Navas

MSD receives donation from the EKAL Foundation

The EKAL Foundation presented a check of $43,000 to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School principal Michelle Kefford on Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 9:30 a.m. This donation was gifted to MSD in order to help students, faculty and school resources. “We’re very grateful that this organization […]

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Students participate in homecoming carnival activities. Photo taken by Joyce Han

Student Government creates carnival for MSD students and faculty

On Thursday, Oct. 10,  the Homecoming Carnival took place after school in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School main courtyard. MSD’s Student Government Association organized the event in order to get the student body excited for homecoming week and to celebrate the end of homecoming […]

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MSD art classes raise awareness for human trafficking

MSD art classes raise awareness for human trafficking

According to WJCT Public Media, human trafficking has become an increasingly prominent issue in Florida, as it ranks third in the U.S. in human trafficking cases reported by states, behind only California and Texas. With increasing news reports telling the stories of human trafficking victims, […]

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Sophomore Deanna O’Connell observes the stars and planets using one of Jeter’s various telescopes.

Astronomy club hosts first astronomy night

On Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 8 p.m., the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Astronomy Club hosted its first astronomy night at Marjory’s Garden. Club members and their friends were invited to a night studying the stars.  Astronomy Club sponsor Brandon Jeter brought in three large […]

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Review: HBO series “Game of Thrones”comes to an end

Review: HBO series “Game of Thrones”comes to an end

Kicking off with the long-anticipated fight by fans between the living and dead, the series’ writers brought an end to the villainous white walkers, which have been mentioned since the first scene of the show. The conclusion of Arya Stark killing the Night King at […]

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Girl’s Wrestling member Sarah Ochoa qualifies for national team

Girl’s Wrestling member Sarah Ochoa qualifies for national team

After finishing in 2nd place at the Girl’s Freestyle State Wrestling Championships this past weekend, junior Sara Ochoa has become a qualifier for the U.S. Marine Corps junior national wrestling competition. In order to qualify, Ochoa won multiple matches in her weight class in the […]

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The essential oil and bracelet package that is being sold as "pure serenity"

MSD students create Pure Serenity bracelets

DECA Hospitality and Entrepreneurship’s fourth year class project has hit the market this year, and its students have been working to create, market and sell a new product called Pure Serenity. Pure Serenity is a company that sells a blend of essential oils on a […]

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Eagles Haven opens as a healing space for MSD students and faculty

Eagles Haven opens as a healing space for MSD students and faculty

The topic of mental health has been a difficult journey for the MSD community. To ensure that students have the resources they need, a new wellness center, Eagles Haven, has been established. On March 25, Eagles Haven opened as a place for these students to […]

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[Brief] Boys varsity wrestling team places top ten at BCAA Wrestling Championship

On Feb. 1, the boys varsity wrestling team competed at the BCAA Wrestling Championship Tournament at Pompano Beach. There they faced off against 31 Broward County high school teams. The team placed ninth overall, putting them in a good position going into districts. “This month […]

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Student journalists from The Eagle Eye interview Robert Runcie in Washington, D.C. at the March For Our Lives. Photo by

Superintendent Runcie cancels parent meeting

The Broward School District’s Superintendent Robert Runcie suddenly cancelled a parent meeting planned for Thursday, Jan. 24, in which he would listen to parent’s concerns involving Stoneman Douglas’ school security. This meeting would have been the first between Runcie and parents after Feb. 14, where […]

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