Author: Thais Guerra

The senior lot needs traffic controllers

The senior lot needs traffic controllers

One of many expectations of being a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is getting a parking spot in the senior lot. Many students look forward to knowing that they won’t have to walk from the junior lot in the heat during their last […]

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Image still from the remake of, "Pet Sematary." (Paramount/TNS)

Pet Sematary is not Stephen King’s best work of 2019.

Stephen King’s newest reboot for his horror book “Pet Semetary” was released on April 5. The 2019 version of Pet Semetary is the book’s third film adaptation and while it was not bad, pet horror movies should definitely be left in the 1980s because of […]

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MSD spoken work team wins in "Louder Than A Bomb" competition on Sunday, April 14. Photo courtesy of Stacy Lippel

MSD Spoken Word Team wins first place at “Louder Than A Bomb” competition

MSD spoken word team posing for a picture with their winning trophy.

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Logan Webber, who plays the lead role of Holden _______ in the play, "The Curious Incident of a Dog in the Nightime flies across the stage. Photo by Nyan Clarke

Douglas Drama gets nominated for 21 Cappie awards

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s drama program has been nominated for 21 awards from the Critics and Awards Program for High School Students for the play, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time.” This includes awards in categories such as best actor, […]

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Billie Eilish's cover for her new album "WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO?" featuring herself sitting on a bed, smiling and her eyes whited-out

Billie Eilish’s ‘bury a friend’ is creepy but in a great way

Billie Eilish has recently taken over the charts with her alternative pop music. With Eilish only being 17 years old, her fame started to develop in 2016 with her song “Ocean Eyes,” and continued with her first album “Don’t Smile At Me” in 2017 Eilish’s […]

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Matt Gaetz’s attitude should not be tolerated at a meeting about HR-8 again

Matt Gaetz’s attitude should not be tolerated at a meeting about HR-8 again

Matt Gaetz is an unprofessional and insensitive politician who only has an agenda of his own to follow, with no respect for Manuel Oliver, a Parkland parent whom he [tried to dismiss] during a meeting discussing HR-8, an idea for a potential bill regarding universal […]

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Women’s healthcare is being stripped down slowly by the government

Women’s healthcare is being stripped down slowly by the government

Recently, men in the government have been trying to make permanent decisions about women’s healthcare in America, and it’s not settling with women. Birth control, abortions, gynecologist appointments, tampons and pads: a list of items that could be in jeopardy. Now, while most women can […]

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Schedule issues mark the beginning of school years. Photo by: Nyan Clarke

Scheduling conflicts mark beginning of school year

Schedules are not always as simple as they seem. Whether it is because a student did not get into the elective that they wanted or they are not a fan of the teacher they were assigned to, it is a continuous problem for students that […]

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