Author: Taylor Morrison

Ed Sheeran's new album "Divide" will be released on March 3, 2017.

Review: ‘Divide’ dominates the charts

Fans worldwide have yearned for this pivotal music moment for over two and a half years. After a lengthy hiatus from releasing music, Ed Sheeran has announced the release of his newest album, “Divide.” Sheeran has refrained from releasing any music of his own since his last album, “Multiply (X),” on June 20, 2014. That album was quite successful, receiving […]

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Review: ‘The Fosters’ tackles relateable teen issues

Review: ‘The Fosters’ tackles relateable teen issues

The television show “The Fosters“ is nearing the end of its fourth season on the Freeform network with only four episodes left. The show centers around the lives of a family with five kids, four of which are foster children, and their two mothers. The show aired Jun. 3, 2013 and has received various awards since then. It received its […]

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Student dances in Macy’s Day Parade

Student dances in Macy’s Day Parade

Not many people get the opportunity that Marjory Stoneman Douglas sophomore Jessica Popkin received this Thanksgiving. Popkin, along with 697 other girls, danced across the television screens of millions. Popkin was given a once in a lifetime opportunity to perform in the 89th annual Macy’s Day Parade. Last year, Popkin’s dance company, Dance Theatre Company (DTC), submitted a videotape of […]

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Members of the MSD politics club show their support for Clinton at one of her rallies.

Trump takes presidential title

The insanity that was the 2016 presidential election has finally come to an end. Republic nominee Donald Trump has been elected the 45th president of the United States of America. Trump defeated Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s 218 electoral votes with a whopping 289 votes. Trump’s success can be credited to his huge wins in swing states Florida, Michigan, Texas and Pennsylvania, though Clinton claimed […]

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FitKit’s marketing team to compete in Junior National Achievement Competition

FitKit’s marketing team to compete in Junior National Achievement Competition

A simple idea created to encourage a healthy diet and lifestyle was made a reality with the help of the Stoneman Douglas marketing team through the FitKit product. Thanks to the hard work of senior Isaac Hetzeroni and other marketing team members, the FitKit will go on to compete on the national level later this year. In a recent South […]

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Pentatonix shines on self-titled album

Pentatonix shines on self-titled album

The Grammy winning and all-around amazing acapella group, Pentatonix, recently released their ninth album called Pentatonix. The band has come a long way since their original appearance on the television show The Sing-Off, and this album just goes to show how much they have improved and flourished into the extremely talented people they are today. Released on Oct. 16, the […]

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Sisters: Movie Review

Sisters: Movie Review

The highly anticipated comedy film Sisters, directed by Jason Moore, who also famously directed Pitch Perfect 1 and Pitch Perfect 2, was released Dec.18, 2015. Sisters is centered around two siblings, Maura, played by Amy Poehler, and Kate, played by Tina Fey, who are not happy about finding out that their parents are selling their childhood home. To their dismay, […]

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Douglas junior joins Macy’s Day Parade

Douglas junior joins Macy’s Day Parade

What’s more American than baseball, hotdogs, and apple pie? Thanksgiving, turkey and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade! If you were watching the parade this year, you might have caught a glimpse of Stoneman Douglas’s Robbie Flory locking in a beat as part of the Macy’s Great American Marching Band. As part of the Eagle Regiment Marching band, junior Robbie Flory plays various […]

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Douglas senior makes Army All-American Band

Douglas senior makes Army All-American Band

Williams Paek wanted to be part of a tradition – a tradition of musical excellence and marching mastery, a tradition that only allows 125 high school musicians from across the U.S. to join each year, a tradition that Douglas High School’s Band program has been a part of for the last four years. Will is following four fellow Eagle Regiment […]

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Not My Daughter, a race for a cure

Not My Daughter, a race for a cure

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For the Sparrow family, this means banding together to raise money to help find a cure for this terrible disease that has claimed the lives of millions. Kristen Sparrow is a 12th grader and her sister Erica is a 10th grader at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Along with their mother Lauren, they have been members of […]

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