Sophia Golberg

MSD biology teacher Branden Davis teaches his students virtually, despite being on campus. Photo by Mariajose Vera

Teachers at MSD are stressed due to changes implemented as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have been subjected to various changes that have not only affected their careers, but their well-being. Nearly one year ago, their once routine schedules were drastically altered. Since then, teachers have […]

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Students across the nation have faced changes in their everyday lives with the implementation of virtual learning. Photo by Theron Piccininni

[Multimedia] The reality of overworked and unmotivated high school students during the global pandemic

Year after year, high school students are continuously placed under large amounts of stress. The combination of parental, social and internal pressures within the lives of most students can often take a toll on their overall well-being. Especially due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many […]

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[Review] Viewers have mixed feelings regarding “Wonder Women 1984”

[Review] Viewers have mixed feelings regarding “Wonder Women 1984”

On Friday, Dec. 25, 2020, Warner Bros. Pictures released “Wonder Woman 1984. It was directed by Patty Jenkins and written by Geoff Johns and Dave Callahan. This film is the sequel to the enormously popular film “Wonder Woman.” The movie follows the stunning Diana Prince, […]

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MSD hosts its annual holiday team spirit week

Although the winter holidays are quickly approaching, teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School began celebrating this joyous season a little early. From Monday, Dec. 14 to Friday, Dec. 18., teachers participated in a series of holiday themed contests and events. To kick off the week, […]

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[Multimedia] Opinion: 2020 has been an eventful yet major year for civil rights for Black Americans

[Multimedia] Opinion: 2020 has been an eventful yet major year for civil rights for Black Americans

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Flyer used to announce the haiku contest. Photo courtesy of the MSD Literary Magazine Instagram page

MSD literary magazine holds first-ever haiku contest

The Marjory Stoneman High School literary magazine, the Artifex, is currently hosting its first-ever haiku contest. The magazine is requesting that students of all grade levels who wish to participate submit their haikus by Friday, Nov. 6 in order to be considered. All haikus can […]

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Focused on their teachers, these dedicated students conduct their classes in the school gym. Photo by Rayne Welser

Students and teachers share their opinions on safety at school after the COVID-19 pandemic

Beginning on Thursday, Oct. 15, phase two of eLearning was put into action for Broward County Public Schools. Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School endured every rule and procedure that had been heavily discussed. The Broward County district prioritized the safety of their students […]

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[Multimedia] MSD prepares to welcome students participating in e-learning on campus

[Multimedia] MSD prepares to welcome students participating in e-learning on campus

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Graphic by Julia Landy

MSD teachers cope with an entirely new culture of teaching due to COVID-19

Since the first day of school on Aug. 19, classes at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have been operating solely online. This change is due to the global pandemic currently occurring with the COVID-19 virus. In an effort to keep these classes as involved as […]

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