Author: nsuarez

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 students find their values through art. The Ladd brothers started this project in 2006 in […]

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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 and Dylan Redshaw, who both entertained the crowd with jokes and witty commentary. “I had […]

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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 a.m. until 11 a.m., was held in the cafeteria where students passed out muffins, fruits […]

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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 to win this award were former and current students, faculty members and people of the […]

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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 follows the life of married couple, Pete (Wahlberg) and Ellie Wagner (Byrne), as they navigate […]

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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. One mill represents $1 in tax per $1,000 of tax-assessed value. Each city in Broward […]

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