Author: Nicole Suarez

Junior Matthew O'Dowd joins Varsity Football team as Quarterback.

New Varsity Quarterback Matthew O’Dowd joins MSD football team

For the 2019-2020 school year, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s varsity football team welcomed junior Matthew O’Dowd as their new quarterback. O’Dowd has played in every varsity football game of the season so far and has contributed to the team’s undefeated, four game winning streak. […]

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Culinary club feeds varsity football team before game night

Culinary club feeds varsity football team before game night

On Friday, Sept. 6, the Culinary Club prepared and served food for the varsity football team. The players were fed chicken pasta with a side salad and cookies. The Culinary Club was asked to prepare meals which would provide the athletes with the proper calories […]

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Catherine Britt takes on new teaching job with U.S. Department of Defense

Catherine Britt takes on new teaching job with U.S. Department of Defense

On Friday, Oct. 11, Culinary teacher Catherine Britt will be departing Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and flying overseas to a new school called Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany. Britt was offered an opportunity to teach American students Physical Education for third, fourth and […]

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Artist Brothers, Steven and William Ladd, bring Scrollathon to MSD

Artist Brothers, Steven and William Ladd, bring Scrollathon to MSD

On Tuesday, April 9, artists Steven and William Ladd, brothers from New York came to Lieberman’s art class to have her students participate in the Scrollathon, a nation wide art project that the Ladd brothers have been conducting in different schools with hopes of helping […]

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Dance Theatre performances a contemporary piece at Soaring Oscars

SGA hosts third annual Soaring Oscars

On Thursday, April 4, Student Government held the third annual “Soaring Oscars” for students, staff and parents. At the event, students and staff who were nominated for different superlatives were honored and given a statue eagle award. The event was hosted by seniors John Barnitt […]

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Giving Back. MSD students serve breakfast to first responders on Feb. 14, 2019. Photo by Hannah Kapoor

MSD students serve breakfast to first responders on one year anniversary of shooting

On Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019 approximately 100 students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School participated in an on-campus service project where they fed the first responders on duty during the school shooting that took place exactly one year before. The two-hour long event, from 9 […]

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Culinary arts teacher Ashley Kurth was awarded the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association Pineapple Hospitality of Excellence Award. Photo by Nicole Suarez

Culinary teacher Ashley Kurth receives the Florida Pineapple Hospitality of Excellence Award

On Monday, Feb. 11, 2019, culinary teacher Ashley Kurth was awarded the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association Pineapple Hospitality of Excellence Award. Overall, this award signifies Chef Kurth as the Culinary Teacher of the Year for the state of Florida. Those who nominated Chef Kurth […]

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Instant Family provides viewers with the good, the bad and the ugly of the parenting and the foster care system.

Instant Family provides viewers with the good, the bad and the ugly of the parenting and the foster care system.

On Friday, Nov. 16, 2018 the heartwarming film Instant Family hit theaters around the world. The film features hollywood stars, such as Mark Wahlberg, Rose Byrne, and many more. The movie was directed and produced by Sean Anders, and also produced by Wahlberg. The movie […]

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Persuasive Poster. A sign advertising the benefits of the Secure the Next Generation Referendum hangs in the bus loop at Country Hills Elementary. Photo by Nyan Clarke

Broward voters approve half mill tax increase to fund schools

On Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2018 voters approved the Secure the Next Generation Referendum to raise money for Broward County Public Schools. Starting in 2019, Broward County homeowners will see a half millage increase in their property taxes. Local property taxes are calculated using millage rates. […]

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