Category: ARTS & LEISURE

[Review] “The Mandalorian” season 2 does not let up

[Review] “The Mandalorian” season 2 does not let up

If the first season of Lucasfilm’s “The Mandalorian” was about the formation of a connection between a faceless bounty hunter and a little green goblin, then the second explores the lengths that faceless bounty hunter will go to protect his little green goblin. Just in […]

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Photo by Isabelly Silveira

[Multimedia] MSD students celebrate the holidays in many ways

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[Opinion List] The best Christmas movies to watch during this holiday season

[Opinion List] The best Christmas movies to watch during this holiday season

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[Review] Run quickly becomes Hulu’s most watched

[Review] Run quickly becomes Hulu’s most watched

Award winning actress Sarah Paulson does not fail to impress, producing yet another work only two months after her hit TV  show “Ratched” was released. Similarly, “Run” quickly made its way to the top, becoming Hulu’s most watched work in less than a week of […]

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Taylor Swift tweets on twitter the big news that her album "Evermore" is coming on Dec. 10 at midnight.

Taylor Swift announces new album ‘Evermore’

Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift announced on Instagram on Thursday, Dec. 10 that she is dropping her new album, “Evermore,” at midnight, which is three days away from her 31st birthday. “Evermore” will be Swift’s ninth album and will serve as a sister album to her “Folklore” […]

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"The Mirror" is Quartana's favorite pieces. The drawing is inspired by the show, "Dragon Prince" and displays bright colors and scenery. Drawing by Katherine Quartana

Senior Katherine Quartana stays true to her own art form

Senior Katherine Quartana has had a passion for art since she could first hold a pencil. A day has not gone by where she has not thought about art and all the things that could be transferred from her mind onto her paper. Quartana is […]

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Senior Alexa Palen is December's Musician of the Month. Palen has dedicated all four years of her high school experience to music. Photo courtesy of Alexa Palen

Senior Alexa Palen devotes her time to music throughout her high school career

Through the long extended journey of her experience in the marching band at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, senior Alexa Palen has performed in front of hundreds of people throughout her musical career.  Palen has been playing music for seven years, beginning in sixth grade. […]

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[Multimedia] COVID-19 impacts the entertainment industry

[Multimedia] COVID-19 impacts the entertainment industry

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Students and teachers of Marjory Stoneman Douglas share their favorite recipes for Thanksgiving. To get some inspiration of meal ideas, check out the link below. Photo courtesy of Adobe Sparks

[Multimedia] The history of Thanksgiving and recipes

 

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Senior Hunter Frybergh is November's musician of the month. Photo courtesy of Hunter Frybergh

[Feature] Hunter Frybergh dedicates his time to Eagle Regiment

Senior Hunter Frybergh is a member of the Eagle Regiment marching band. He has played the trombone for six years and the piano for two years. He attends classes and rehearsals weekly as a member of the school band.  Before the start of high school, […]

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