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Graphic by Julia Landy

[Multimedia] Fanbases experience toxic behavior

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‘Fate: The Winx Saga’ is released to Netflix to lukewarm reviews

‘Fate: The Winx Saga’ is released to Netflix to lukewarm reviews

Many kids from the early 2000s are likely to know of the iconic “Winx Club” television series, a colorful, fun show following a group of fairies in college. On Jan. 22,  Netflix released a live-action adaptation of the 2004 show called “Fate: The Winx Saga.” […]

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With online learning, ESOL students at MSD have found school to be more difficult. Graphic by Julia Landy

ESOL students face challenges with online learning

Throughout an individual’s life, it is common to move to new places. While some may move merely down the street, others move to entirely different countries. After their move, many will need to learn a new language. Instances like this accounts for the necessity of […]

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[Multimedia] How to ace your classes from a valedictorian

[Multimedia] How to ace your classes from a valedictorian

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These students, although attending school in person, take the same test formats as online students.

Teachers create alternative testing formats to quiz students in online school

Since the start of the 2020-2021 school year, both teachers and students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have had to endure much trial and error before getting into a relatively normal rhythm. Virtual learning has been a completely new experience for everyone, and has […]

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The U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. Photo by Austin-American Statesman Staff

Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas release a statement announcing their plans to challenge landmark gay marriage case, causing people to worry about the future

A questionable statement On Tuesday, Oct. 5, the United States Supreme Court officially closed the Kim Davis case, a case involving a woman who refused to issue marriage licenses to LGBTQ+ couples. Although Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito agreed not to hear the case, […]

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Some show their political views by using yard signs like this one that clearly voice their support for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

MSD students express their varying opinions on Joe Biden as the Democratic Candidate

Throughout this election season, former Vice President Joe Biden has proven to be quite a controversial presidential candidate. From the announcement of his campaign to the most recent presidential debate, voters have had varying opinions on whether or not Biden is a good candidate. One […]

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The Coral Springs Postal Office is only one among many post offices that have been affected by these changes. Photo by Rayne Welser.

Concerns arise after recent changes to US Postal Service

*Indicates that the name of a source has been changed to protect their identity On June 15, Louis DeJoy took over as the 75th Postmaster General for the United States Postal Service. DeJoy immediately implemented operational changes, which have drawn criticism from postal workers and […]

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