Author: Zoe Gordon

Pieology opens in Coral Springs

Pieology opens in Coral Springs

Customizable food seems to be all the rage right now, and pizza is just one of the foods people are starting to get crafty with. Instead of the traditional mozzarella, tomato sauce and crust, restaurants like Pieology are putting together unique food combinations with pizza. As a chain restaurant, Pieology first opened a store in Coral Springs, Florida in August […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity basketball team defeats Monarch High School

At their home game on Friday, Dec. 8, the women’s varsity basketball team defeated Monarch High School with a final score of 45-5 in their third home game of the season. The lady eagles’ top scorers included Abbey Hsu (35), Taylor Thompson (2) and Nathalia Balderrama (13), each contributing to the team’s win. They also each got a fair amount […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity basketball team defeats Coconut Creek High School 66-54

On Thursday, Dec. 7, the lady eagles varsity basketball team won their away game against Coconut Creek High School. The final score of the game was 66-54. The top three scorers for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School included team captain Abbey Hsu (35) with 24 points, Taylor Thompson (2) with 18 points and Nathalia Balderrama (13) with 15 points. “It […]

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[Brief] MSD’s women’s varsity basketball team defeats Coral Springs High School

At the away game against Coral Springs High School on Tuesday, Dec. 5, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School took the win with a score of 55-26. The lady eagles varsity basketball team has been undefeated 5-0. Nathalia Balderrama (13) was the lead scorer for the team with 14 points. Abbey Hsu (35), Kelsey Ngo (4), and Taylor Thompson (2) contributed […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity basketball team wins against Taravella

On Friday, Dec. 1, the Lady Eagles defeated J.P Taravella High School with a final score of 71-38. Their second away game took place on the courts of Taravella. Team captain Abbey Hsu (35) acquired the most points for her team, scoring 25 points, followed by Nathalia Balderama (13) with 15 points, Taylor Thompson (2) with 14 points and Asa […]

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Why you should be a vegan

Why you should be a vegan

From diets like juicing and eating 10 eggs a day, many celebrities swear their crazy diet fads keep them in shape. Besides these outrageous attempts to lose weight, there is actually a lifestyle that guarantees long-term health in both physical and mental aspects: veganism. Veganism is a lifestyle diet in which a person refrains from eating any animal products including […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity basketball team defeats Coral Glades High School

On Tuesday, Nov. 28, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Women’s Varsity Basketball Team beat Coral Glades High School in their third game of the season with a score of 67-14. The game took place at home on the MSD court. The three top scorers were Abbey Hsu (35) who scored 24 points, Taylor Thompson (2) who scored 19 points and […]

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[Brief] Lady Eagles Varsity Basketball Team beat Cypress Bay High School

Monday, Nov. 27, the women’s varsity basketball game played in their first home game of the season against Cypress Bay High School. The ladies won with a score of 53-50. Team captain, Abbey Hsu (35) was the lead scorer for the team with 38 points. “The game went really good, we started off a little shaky but we learned from […]

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MSD project gives wasted food at lunch to food shelters

MSD project gives wasted food at lunch to food shelters

From an observation of noticing her friends throwing out their perfectly fine snacks everyday at lunch last year, sophomore Sari Kaufman developed a project in which uneaten food is saved and brought to local shelters that feed hungry families. With a little help from debate teacher Jesus Caro, Kaufman was able to organize a plan that helps people in need. […]

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Hurricane Irma causes conflict with rescheduled Homecoming dates

*This story was originally published in the first quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* During the week of Sept. 4, Spirit Week lasted two days, due to the unexpected arrival of Hurricane Irma. Throughout this hectic week, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students prepared for the hurricane, leaving the Homecoming dance that was scheduled for Sept. 9 a thought of […]

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