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MSD students look to create healthier technology habits during quarantine

MSD students look to create healthier technology habits during quarantine

During this time of quarantine at home, many teenagers often resort to spending a lot of time on their phones. Whether it be TikTok, Instagram or even Pinnacle or Canvas, many teenagers are increasing their time in front of their phones and computers by an […]

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Junior Noah Galper provides a pizza pie to the home of a Holocaust survivor. Photo Courtesy of Noah Galper

High school junior Noah Galper makes a difference with ‘Pizza to the People,’ providing pizzas for those in need

Sometimes darkness truly breeds light. In the case of the coronavirus pandemic, many instances of everyday citizens turning into neighborhood heroes can be seen nationwide. One teenager who seized the opportunity to help others in this stressful time was Noah Galper, a junior at North […]

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Graphic by Darian Williams

[Opinion] Coronavirus offers students much needed perspective on stress

A crisis can be defined as a time of intense difficulty, trouble or danger; the coronavirus can definitely fit this label. Not only has the virus completely terrified the citizens of America, but it has also paralyzed the ongoing actions of the nation. Although the […]

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MSD Varsity Hockey celebrates their second state championship in three years after defeating East Lake, 8-2. Photo Courtesy of MSD Hockey

MSD Varsity Hockey wins State Championship

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Hockey team went 14-5-1 during their 2019-20 season with  a handful of multi-game winning streaks that contributed to making this year one for the history books. MSD qualified for districts and wound up making it all the way to […]

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MSD Brain Brawl team gathers as Senior Max Kilman hoists championship trophy. Photo courtesy of MSD Brain Brawl

MSD Brain Brawl Team wins championship to cap off undefeated run

Each year, the National Honor Society at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School recruits six outstanding students to take part in the Broward county Brain Brawl, a scholastic trivia competition. The 2020 MSD Brain Brawl team was comprised of seniors Nick Cimino, Brian Guida, Katie Hebert, […]

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MSD seniors reflect on their time in high school

MSD seniors reflect on their time in high school

If asked to reflect on high school, any student would be flooded with memories and experiences that most likely span a full wheel of emotions. What first comes to the mind for a student can quite frequently be described as their most vivid, clear interpretation […]

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MSD students gather for a team photo at Harvard University. Photo courtesy of MSD Speech and Debate

MSD Speech and Debate competes at Harvard

On Friday, Feb 13. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School took a delegation of over 30 students to Cambridge, Mass. to compete in the 46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament. This tournament oversees the top debaters from the nation to compete against one another. In Congress, […]

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MSD crushed again in final loss of District Playoffs but will still compete at states

After a great season with a 14-5-1 record, MSD found itself in a hole, down one game to zero to North Broward Prep in a best of three series for the district championship. MSD started this game at 8:45 p.m. at The Ice Den. By […]

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MSD Hockey blown out Game 1 Of District Championship

MSD varsity hockey accumulated two big wins in the last week to advance to the finals of the playoffs. This round would come in the form of a three game matchup against North Broward Prep School. All of the games would be held at the […]

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Iowa Caucus goers raise their hands. Caucus-goers raise their hands to be counted during the caucuses at Stephen Auditorium Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, in Ames, Iowa. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Opinion: Iowa Caucus disarray spells disaster for democracy

There are three things that you can count on every four years: death, taxes and the Iowa Caucus kicking off the primary season without issue.  Or can you? Election after election, Iowans would funnel into polling places across the state and participate in an antiquated, […]

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