Erika Ryan

Some MSD students find it challenging to return to their normal schedules after winter break. Photo by Nya Owusu-Afriyie

Students adjust back to online school after winter break

With winter break at an end, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students have spent the week adjusting back to their online school schedules. As established in Phase II of eLearning, students have to be logged into Microsoft Teams by 7:40 a.m. to be ready for […]

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Shoppers roam around Coral Square Mall looking for holiday gifts. Photo by Sasha Lechtenstein

COVID-19 restrictions transform the practice of holiday shopping

With the holiday season coming up, starting to purchase gifts for loved ones are on most individuals’ priority list. However, with the COVID-19 pandemic in full force, shopping for family and friends will look different than past years.  In order to stay safe while shopping […]

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[Multimedia] E-Learning raises concerns regarding academic integrity among teachers

[Multimedia] E-Learning raises concerns regarding academic integrity among teachers

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Hannah Leon, junior, pictured here.

A student day in the life of Hannah Leon

Hannah Leon, a new student and junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has noticed a drastic change in her school routine due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite adopting an altered, new schedule from last year, Leon still manages to stay extremely busy throughout the […]

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Herzfeld pictured in her classroom being back in school.

A day in the life of drama teacher Melody Herzfeld

Melody Herzfeld, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School technical theatre, acting and production teacher, has had to adjust her daily routine due to the emergence of e-learning in the current pandemic. This has affected the way she typically connects with her students.  “It’s a new […]

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Student has written their schedule out on their agenda for online school.

Students cope with the pros and cons of online learning

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many schools worldwide have switched to alternative forms of education such as online learning. Since the end of last school year, students and teachers everywhere have been adapting to a new way of learning and teaching while following the […]

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Students are feeling down while being isolated

How are students feeling about the school year being cut short?

Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in the United States, students all across the nation are now being forced to stay isolated indoors and remain socially distant. As a result, schools have cut the physical school year short, converting to online schooling to allow students […]

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Students are using different communication softwares to stay in contact with friends.

Creative ways students are communicating

  The coronavirus outbreak in the United States has affected many aspects of students’ lives. As students continue to be isolated at home, they are now taking online classes as a new source of education instead of going to their physical schools. Now that students […]

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Students can establish a daily routine through working out, keeping up with self-care and eating healthy. Photo by Makayla Jesionowski

[Opinion List] Ways to establish a daily routine during quarantine

The coronavirus outbreak has forced restaurants, places of business and schools to be shut down in the United States, encouraging people to stay isolated in their homes. While being in quarantine, it can be hard to find and maintain a daily schedule or routine for […]

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During the coronavirus outbreak, people must stay six feet apart from each other

Students struggle to maintain relationships during coronavirus

The outbreak of coronavirus in the United States has resulted in the closure of schools, forcing over 76 million students enrolled in U.S. schools to stay inside and complete their courses online. Kids of all ages are being advised to remain in their homes, which […]

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