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Administration begins installing outdoor speakers on campus buildings. These speakers will aide in alerting students and staff to any announcements made while people are outdoors. Photo courtesy of Dr. Jacob Abraham

MSD installs speakers to allow students and staff to hear announcements in exterior hallways

Following the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, several safety measures were established in order to further ensure the security of the students and staff. Having been in the works for almost three years, one of these projects is the installation of […]

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Senior Josh Erched selected as November's Scholar of the Month for his academic achievements. Photo by Ayah Ibrahim

November’s Scholar of the Month: Josh Erched

Josh Erched, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, is November’s Scholar of the Month. Erched is a well-rounded student who manages a rigorous course load with several extracurricular activities. As a senior, Erched has selected to take on a challenging academic schedule packed […]

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Senior Gabriela Montes displays the number of masks and cards donated by the South Florida chapter of Ma(s)king a Difference. Montes founded the chapter. Portrait by Fenthon Aristhomene

Senior Gabriela Montes establishes new Florida chapter of Ma(s)king A Difference; donates masks to locals in need

Standing by while her local hospitals and community members experienced a scarcity of masks was not an option for one senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Eager to provide aid for her community, Gabriela Montes took the opportunity to open a Florida chapter of […]

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Scholastic releases AP government teacher Jeffrey Foster’s book, ‘For Which We Stand: How Our Government Works and Why It Matters’

AP Government teacher Jeffrey Foster wrote the book “For Which We Stand: How Our Government Works and Why It Matters.” Scholastic released the book on Sept. 1. The non-fiction book is targeted toward 8 to 12-year-olds to educate readers on the importance of getting involved […]

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While in quarantine, students have begun to miss aspects of their normal routine, such as sports.

MSD students are eager to make plans after quarantine

While in quarantine, students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have been unable to participate in their usual activities, whether it be hanging out with friends or going out to restaurants. Many students are eager to return to their daily routine as they begin to […]

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A day in the life of junior Lindsey Salomone

A day in the life of junior Lindsey Salomone

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, there have been drastic changes in the lives of all civilians, including students. In the hopes of not falling into a dull routine, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School junior Lindsey Salomone is determined to remain active.  The quarantine […]

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Junior Christine Yared was selected as an eARTh Day Art Contest finalist with a painting featuring a girl in a honeycomb. The inspiration behind the piece comes from pervious sketches and the bees population decrease. Photo courtesy of Christine Yared

Junior Christine Yared selected as a finalist of Local 10 News eARTh Day Art Contest

With Earth Day around the corner, Local 10 News has decided to host its third annual eARTh Day Art Contest, in which any student from a Monroe, Miami-Dade or Broward County school is eligible to participate in. One student per school is allowed to submit […]

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Photo by Briana Jesionowski

MSD students continue to adjust to life two years after deadly shooting

Two years after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, students find themselves in different stages of healing, growth and progression. Following the shooting, the lives of MSD students were altered drastically. Some threw themselves into gun reform activism, while others simply focused on […]

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MSD DECA participates in Miami Heat Career Day

MSD DECA participates in Miami Heat Career Day

Students, Ashley Lage and Alexis Presno, pose with the Miami Heat NBA Finals Champion trophy. Photo courtesy of Ivy Lam.

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Senior Krystina Masihy works on a collaborative project between French club and Art on Tuesday Nov. 5. Photo by Kelly Cooke

MSD participates in French Week

The French Club, along with their sponsor, French teacher Geemps St. Julien, hosted French Week this year. The activities included several activities each day from Monday, Nov. 4, to Friday, Nov. 8. The focus of French Week is to integrate French culture into the daily […]

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