Kaleela Rosenthal

Heidi Klum bathes in sunlight as she comments on her negative coronavirus test result.

[Opinion] Celebrities have an unfair advantage towards medical treatment and coronavirus testing than the general public

Skipping lines at popular clubs and V.I.P treatment at high-end social events is not too difficult for the rich and influential to receive. Well-known celebrities, politicians and social media influencers understand that when they play their cards right, their great wealth, influence and personal connections […]

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[Opinion] A Global pandemic shouldn’t strengthen the generational divide within the U.S.

With the enforcement of social distancing measures throughout the United States and other countries due to COVID-19, some individuals cannot bear the social isolation that has followed.  Social distancing is defined by the American Red Cross as “deliberately increasing the physical space between people to […]

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Dance Marathon participants learn different line dances. 
Photo by Nicole Martin

Dance Marathon raises over $58,000 for the Children’s Miracle Network

On Saturday, Mar. 15, the third annual Dance Marathon at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School was organized from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the gym. Executive board members, core members, morale captains, delegates and students participated and danced all in order to raise funds […]

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Students and parents take interest in study abroad programs in Europe.

Annual college fair informs MSD students of college options and opportunities

On Thursday, Feb. 20, Marjory Stoneman Douglas students and parents had the opportunity to meet with college admission representatives to discuss various scholarship opportunities, the majors and minors offered and other related topics.  The cafeteria was open from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., with around […]

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Junior Abel Ossers basks in the spotlight as he accepts the title of Mr. Douglas. 
Photo by Kaleela Rosenthal

LED Dance Club hosts their annual Mr. Douglas pageant

On Wednesday, Jan. 15 at 7 p.m, Marjory Stoneman Douglas’ annual Mr. Douglas male beauty pageant was hosted in the school auditorium. An entrance fee of $5 was charged to attendees in hopes of raising proceeds towards the LED Dance Club. Handheld fan faces of […]

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Voluntary suicide prevention training is given to MSD students

Voluntary suicide prevention training is given to MSD students

Throughout the week of Jan. 13 to Jan. 17, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High students had the opportunity to attend a voluntary suicide prevention training seminar during their personalization classes. The purpose of the seminar was to increase awareness and educate students on the warning signs […]

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New fence donated and installed at front entrance of MSD

New fence donated and installed at front entrance of MSD

As construction continues on the upcoming 1500 building, additions to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s campus have appeared throughout the school. A new fence around the front entrance is being constructed as a way to increase safety on exterior school boundaries.  The fences were donated […]

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Orange Ribbons for Jaime's founder Fred Guttenberg dances with the crowd of supporters at the Orange Ribbons for Jaime Dance-a-Thon on Frdiay, Nov. 8. Photo by Kaleela Rosenthal

Orange Ribbons for Jaime organizes its first annual Dance-a-Thon

On Friday, Nov. 8 the non-profit organization Orange Ribbons for Jaime organized its first annual Dance-a-Thon in Parkland. The event was held at the Pine Trails Recreation Center, where Jaime spent the majority of her time.  The nationwide Dance-A-Thon’s main focus was to raise money […]

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Neal Shusterman answers questions regarding his books and inspirations. 
Photo by Kaleela Rosenthal

Award-winning author Neal Shusterman visits MSD

On Friday, Sept. 20, hundreds of students gathered at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School media center to meet with award-winning author Neal Shusterman.  Throughout his years of writing, Shusterman has won numerous awards including the National Book Award for his book “Challenger Deep” and […]

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MSD parents gather to listen to presentations regarding college financial aid. 
Photo by Joyce Han

MSD parents attend Financial Aid Information Night

On Wednesday, Sept. 18th,  BRACE advisor Ana Farrand organized a follow-up meeting to last week’s college information night, in the Stoneman Douglas auditorium to thoroughly explain the financial aid process and scholarship opportunities for students and parents.  The 90-minute meeting focused on applying for FAFSA, […]

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