Author: Jenna Harris

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‘The Biggest Little Farm’ documentary demonstrates need for ethical and sustainable farming

The documentary entitled “The Biggest Little Farm,” was released to the public in theaters and festivals across the United States on May 10, 2019. The film follows a couple, John and Molly Chester, and their rescue dog, Todd, originally residing in Santa Monica, for an […]

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Portrait by Darian Williams

Ryan Belk commits to Yale University to play football for the fall 2020 season

Senior Ryan Belk officially announced his commitment to Yale University in the beginning of August for the fall football season in 2020. His journey in football began long before high school though, as he played flag football in Coral Springs when he was 9-years-old. Marjory […]

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America Runs on Sports: Sports have a heavy impact on American society

America Runs on Sports: Sports have a heavy impact on American society

Since the mid-1800s, Americans have been obsessed with the idea of competitive sports. It began with the introduction of baseball, famously deemed “America’s pastime,” and has only increased in popularity since then with the creation of the NFL, MLB and NBA. Sports have influenced American […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity tennis team takes second place at district tournament

On Tuesday, April 16 the Marjory Stoneman Douglas men’s varsity tennis team continued in their fight at the district tournament for the second and final day before regionals begin next week. Senior Michael Akselrud triumphed in his matches between Coral Springs High School as well […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity tennis team ends regular season with win over J.P. Taravella High School

On April 8, the men’s varsity tennis team challenged J.P Taravella High School on their home court for the last regular season match of the year. The team won overall in matches ending in an 8-0 victory. “I’m very proud of the work our team […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity tennis team faces off against Pompano Beach High School

On April 4, the men’s varsity tennis team opposed Pompano Beach High School for the last match of the week. Senior Michael Akselrud, the number one player on the team triumphed in a tight match, ending with an 8-6 score. Number two in the roster, […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity tennis team loses to St. Andrews High School

On April 3, the men’s varsity tennis team went up against St. Andrews High School for their second match of the week. The St. Andrews team appeared to be a very tough opponent as the Eagles took home their second loss of the season, their […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity tennis game cut short due to weather

On April 2, the men’s varsity tennis team played Coral Glades High School on their home court. While the Eagles were looking to pull out a win against their opponent, the sky opened up and rain flooded the courts, ending the match prematurely. “We were […]

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Newspaper adviser Melissa Falkowski accepts her Teacher of the Year Award at CSPA at an advisers luncheon on Photo courtesy of Mark Murray

Melissa Falkowski wins National High School Journalism Teacher of the Year award

On Thursday, March 21 Melissa Falkowski, adviser of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s newsmagazine, The Eagle Eye, received the National High School Journalism Teacher of the Year award at the Colombia School Press Association spring convention. Falkowski was picked for this esteemed award out of […]

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MSD’s Politics Club hosts first Politalk event

MSD’s Politics Club hosts first Politalk event

On Tuesday, March 12 at 5:30 pm, MSD’s Politics Club sponsored an event in the auditorium titled PoliTalk. This event gave the opportunity for students and faculty to volunteer and present a topic that they feel passionate about, resembling the famous Ted Talk segments. The […]

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