Category: ARTS & LEISURE

June’s Artist of the Month: Nicole Meoni

June’s Artist of the Month: Nicole Meoni

Nicole Meoni, a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, considers herself a very happy, artistic and hard-working student. She loves to practice various art pieces, such as paintings and drawings, in her free time. Meoni first discovered her love for art in elementary school […]

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Dominican immigrant Paty Banks cleans donated groceries before bringing them into her home on April 16, 2020 in Long Island, New York. Banks said she hasn't worked in her job as a home health care worker for a month due to the coronavirus crisis. The groceries were purchased by the Democratic Socialists of America in Nassau County, Long Island. (John Moore/Getty Images)

[Opinion list] Ways to help your local health care workers, first responders and medical professionals

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MSD's Drama submitted "Imaginary: A New Musical" to be judged for the 18th South Florida Cappies Awards.

MSD Drama takes home 8 South Florida Cappies Awards for their production ‘Imaginary: A New Musical’

On Tuesday, May 19, the 18th South Florida Cappies Gala was broadcasted virtually. The Cappies Gala, an event where theater students and their families across South Florida come together, was originally supposed to take place in-person at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Due […]

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Spotify user accesses the Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone audiobook. Photo taken by Brianna Jesionowski.

Spotify releases celebrity readings of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

On May 5, Spotify released Harry Potter at home readings: an audiobook of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.” Unlike previous audiobooks of this novel, celebrities such as David Beckham, Dakota Fanning, and even Daniel Radcliff are the voices of this new audiobook. Each chapter […]

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MSD color guard seeks new members for upcoming season

MSD color guard seeks new members for upcoming season

Throughout the first week of May, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Color Guard began posting on Instagram about why people should join as a way to kick start their own spirit week. Color guard requires a lot of dedication and commitment, so they are […]

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Graphic by Darian Williams

Trending on the Internet: Week of May 11

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Eagle Regiment selects 2020 leadership and holds Zoom training meetings

Eagle Regiment selects 2020 leadership and holds Zoom training meetings

With the ongoing COVID-19 quarantine and the closure of schools, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s Eagle Regiment Marching Band has had a shaky start to its 2020 marching season. Being an extremely physical program, the band faced a few obstacles when converting to online […]

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Sophomore Nicolette Gulla, is preparing to perform at the Orlando Bands of America performance. Photo courtesy of Keith Wechsler.

May’s Musician of the Month: Nicolette Gulla

Nicolette Gulla, a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has been an alto saxophone player for several years. She began in the sixth grade and is going into her sixth year of playing the instrument.   Her older brother, Guido, first inspired her to play. […]

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Quarantine leads to students discovering new hobbies

Quarantine leads to students discovering new hobbies

During quarantine, it could get boring doing the same routine every day. With the newfound free time, students have found new hobbies to add to their daily routines. Throughout the school year, students want to try new things, but never have the time for it. […]

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Graphic by Travis Newbery

[Opinion List] Best things to buy to help make your day more productive

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