Brianna Torres

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[Multimedia] Fanbases experience toxic behavior

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Seniors commit to their prospective colleges amid early decisions

Seniors commit to their prospective colleges amid early decisions

Committing to a college may be a difficult feat as one must weigh different qualities and negative factors. Many Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School seniors are anxiously waiting to hear back from the schools they applied to, including whether or not they received financial aid. […]

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Broward County Public Schools implements a mandatory cameras-on rule for virtual learning

Broward County Public Schools implements a mandatory cameras-on rule for virtual learning

As of Wednesday, Dec. 2, the School Board of Broward County updated attendance policy 5.5 that now requires that students have their cameras on for attendance and instruction. Prior to this addition, teachers had to adjust to teaching without being able to see the facial […]

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2020 Midterms set to occur at home; unlike any year before

2020 Midterms set to occur at home; unlike any year before

As the 2020-21 school year nears winter break, various questions have been raised about how the traditional midterm tests will be conducted with a large portion of the student body e-Learning at home. Beginning on Tuesday, Dec. 15, these tests will occur throughout the week, […]

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Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas reflect on their past and give advice. Photo courtesy of Adobe Sparks.

[Multimedia] Students at MSD give advice to their younger selves

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As college is getting close, seniors are doing research on their top choices. Photo by Destiny Cazeau

Seniors find alternative ways to gain insight on their potential colleges

As seniors at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School complete their college applications, the deliberation process is deemed the most stressful part. Visiting and touring campuses are vital for college decisions because it gives students an opportunity to decide what environment they want to live in […]

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Metaphorical figure questions mental health and stability of circumstances

The stressors of COVID-19 and online learning actively affect the mental state of students and teachers

Are you okay? Take a moment to think: have you been okay? Ever since the hurricane of 2020 hit the nation, it has become harder and harder to answer “yes” amidst the wind and rain. As society and school as we know it transitions into […]

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