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Media Center hosts bookmark contest

Media Center hosts bookmark contest

Any Marjory Stoneman Douglas student with artistic skill and a sense of competitiveness should get out their sketch books and begin planning out their design, because Mrs. Diana Haneski is hosting the first ever MSD bookmark contest. To apply, all you have to do is grab […]

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MSD Mathletes place top 20 in Florida

MSD Mathletes place top 20 in Florida

Marjory Stoneman Douglas mathletes, Vayun Alapati, Brandon Chou, Dominick Hing and Simon Hoo managed to place among the top 20 students in Florida at Mu Alpha States. They competed with over 1100 students from both public and private schools. Alapati placed fourth in calculus integration […]

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Ninety-One restaurant combines Italian and seafood cuisine

Ninety-One restaurant combines Italian and seafood cuisine

Walking into the Ninety-One restaurant, located inside the neighborhood of Parkland Golf and Country Club, I was greeted with a fancy atmosphere, complimented by professional, well-dressed staff. The hostess seated my friend and I immediately after we told the hostess our reservation name. We had […]

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El Mariachi restaurant review

El Mariachi restaurant review

Walking into El Mariachi, the atmosphere definitely felt lively. With Spanish paintings, décor, and music featured in the restaurant, it truly felt like they were depicting a Spanish theme. I was immediately seated in a booth with my party of two, and the waiter quickly greeted […]

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Pickleball Article

Pickleball Article

An unfamiliar sport, Pickleball, has recently been adopted by neighborhoods throughout Parkland and Coral Springs. Although given a bizarre name, Pickleball is a combination of familiar sports: tennis, badminton and ping-pong. According to the USAPA, Pickleball was invented around 1965 on Bainbridge Island. Joel Pritchard, […]

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Pizza Carousel Restaurant Review

Pizza Carousel Restaurant Review

Walking into Pizza Carousel I was greeted by a majority of the staff, as I was seated immediately to a comfortable booth. Roughly thirty seconds after I was seated, a waitress introduced herself and asked what I wanted to drink. From there, I had 5 […]

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Three Dimensional Is Sick….Literally.

Three Dimensional Is Sick….Literally.

The Walk, a newly released film out in theaters now, centering around a true story about a man who walked across a wire connected two the twin towers in 1974, contains a three dimensional feature that is infamously known now for making people throw up. […]

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