Author: Nadia Murillo

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Nadia MurilloNadia Murillo is a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She is the Assistant Sports/News Editor for the Eagle Eye and plays varsity water polo for MSD. In the future she hopes to pursue a career in public relations. When she isn’t writing […]

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Dancing Queen. Senior Helena Denny dances at prom on May 11 at The Westin Ft. Lauderdale hotel. Photo by Nyan Clarke

MSD prom officially canceled amid coronavirus outbreak

On Thursday, April 16, two days before Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced that Florida students would not be returning to school for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School prom was officially canceled amid concerns regarding COVID-19. MSD Principal […]

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Olympic Heights High school freshman Jacob Weiner poses with his first place medal at the second annual Chris Hixon Memorial 5K Run/Walk. Weiner crossed the finish line first with a time of 20:17.4. Photo by Elama Ali

Second annual Chris Hixon Memorial Walk raises money for student athletic scholarships

On Saturday, Feb. 15, the second annual Chris Hixon Memorial 5K Run/Walk was held at Charnow Park located in Hollywood, Florida. This event was coordinated by Debbi Hixon, wife of Chris Hixon: the athletic director, coach and campus monitor who lost his life at Marjory […]

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Men’s varsity water polo team wins first game against Nova High School

On Wednesday, Feb. 12 at 7:00 p.m., the men’s varsity water polo team beat Nova High School for an away game at Nova High School. The game ended with a score of 21-19. Junior Allan Shihman (10) led the team with 12 goals, junior Lawrence […]

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Women’s varsity swim and dive team loses against St. Thomas Aquinas High School

On Sept. 18 the MSD Women’s Varsity Swim and Dive team had their second meet against St. Thomas Aquinas High School. MSD lost by a score of 68 and STA won by a score of 118. “The meet went really well. I’m really proud of […]

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MSD students enraged with school shooting merchandise from the brand, Bstroy

On Sunday, Sept. 15, designers Brick Owens and Duey Catorze  of the fashion brand Bstroy released their spring collection for 2020, which included pieces of clothing with the names of schools in which shootings have occurred. These sweatshirts with names such as Marjory Stoneman Douglas […]

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Women’s varsity swim and dive team wins against South Broward

On Sept. 11 the Marjory Stoneman Douglas women varsity swim and dive team had their fourth meet against South Broward High School. MSD won by a score of 57 and South Broward High School lost with a score of 42. “The last swim meet was […]

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Photo Courtesy of Ella Singer

MSD sisters create charity project, “Birthdays and Books”

On June 23, 2019, junior Ella Singer and freshman Lily Singer announced the start of their charity project called “Birthday and Books.”  Ella and Lily first started volunteering with the help of their mother, Kimberly Singer, who works with the most unprivileged parts of the […]

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Bright Futures SAT score requirement increases for the graduating Class of 2021

On June 18, 2019, members of the Florida Legislature signed Senate Bill 190 in Tallahassee, which requires the Florida Bright Futures scholarship SAT score requirement to increase. Bright futures is a scholarship that awards students money depending upon a certain SAT score. Although this bill […]

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Teachers and staff leaving or retiring from MSD reflect on their careers

Teachers and staff leaving or retiring from MSD reflect on their careers

Guidance counselor Joan Paula retires after 16 years at MSD Guidance counselor Joan Paula has worked as at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School for over 16 years, but the 2018-2019 school year will be her last year working at MSD. Paula entered the Deferred Retirement […]

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