Marisol Martinez

graphic by Leah Ronkin

Transgender and non-binary students struggle with misgendering

In the English language, pronouns are used to refer to a person based on their gender. Generally, women are addressed with “she” and “her” pronouns, while men are addressed with “he” and “him” pronouns. For many, this is where knowledge of pronouns begins and ends: […]

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Senior Cat Tibbetts, recipient of the National Hispanic Scholar Recognition. Portrait by Sam Grizelj

Senior Cat Tibbetts recognized as a National Hispanic Scholar

On Oct. 19, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School senior Cat Tibbetts was recognized as a National Hispanic Scholar by the Hispanic Scholarship Fund. Tibbetts was awarded with the recognition following her exemplary PSAT score and GPA during the midpoint of her junior year.  Tibbetts’ recognition […]

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Wrestling captain Sara Ochoa ranked first in state after national wrestling tournament

Wrestling captain Sara Ochoa ranked first in state after national wrestling tournament

After competing in the national Fargo USA Wrestling tournament this past July, senior Sara Ochoa finished in the top 12 in the nation, and was ranked as the number one wrestler in women’s high school wrestling for the state of Florida. Ochoa trained rigorously at […]

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