Gabby Gilmore

Standing behind a voting box an angry teenager is angry due to not being able to vote. This is a common experience for ages 16 and 17 as they cannot share the voices through voting.

[Opinion] The voting age should be lowered to 16 years old

At 16 years old, individuals are legally allowed to drive and work at a full-time job. Yet, they lack the right to vote. Some people may argue that 16-year-olds shouldn’t be allowed to vote due to their maturity level, however, if that is the case, […]

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Graphic by Julia Landy

[Multimedia] Fanbases experience toxic behavior

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Through this whole pandemic students have tried to find a way to cope with online school 5 days a week.

[Editorial] Students should not have to attend Microsoft Teams meetings every day

Every morning, many students wake up before the sun rises to be on time for their first period, which begins at 7:40 a.m. for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Even after the school day is over, students dread knowing that they have to wake up […]

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Photo by Isabelly Silveira

[Multimedia] MSD students celebrate the holidays in many ways

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Taylor Swift tweets on twitter the big news that her album "Evermore" is coming on Dec. 10 at midnight.

Taylor Swift announces new album ‘Evermore’

Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift announced on Instagram on Thursday, Dec. 10 that she is dropping her new album, “Evermore,” at midnight, which is three days away from her 31st birthday. “Evermore” will be Swift’s ninth album and will serve as a sister album to her “Folklore” […]

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[Multimedia] COVID-19 impacts the entertainment industry

[Multimedia] COVID-19 impacts the entertainment industry

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Taylor Swift's original albums were made while she worked with Big Machine Records. Graphic by Brianna Jesionowski

Taylor Swift to begin re-recording her old albums

Almost three months after Taylor Swift released her album “Folklore,” it has been announced  that her previous albums, now owned by Big Machine Label Groups Records, are being re-recorded. Swift is allowed to record her albums starting in November.  “I think that it’s not good […]

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MSD administration allows students to submit their own ID pictures

MSD administration allows students to submit their own ID pictures

This year, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has given freshmen the opportunity to submit their own photo for their student identification badges, with some restrictions. Those who previously enrolled at the school did not have to submit a photo since their photo is on record.  […]

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[Multimedia] Colleges offer virtual  visitations through Naviance

[Multimedia] Colleges offer virtual visitations through Naviance

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Graphic by Analisa Castronovo

Planned MSD renovations nearing end of planning phase

As part of Broward County Public Schools’ SMART Bond program, new art supplies, air conditioning units, roofs and a fire alarm system are coming to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.  In 2014, Broward County voters approved an $800 million bond to be paid through an […]

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