Category: ARTS & LEISURE

[Opinion List] Video games to play during quarantine

[Opinion List] Video games to play during quarantine

Max GeiringerMax Geiringer is Senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. He is a staff writer for the Eagle Eye. He is part of the Robotics Club, in the future he hopes to pursue a future in game design.More Posts

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[OpinionList] Trending on the internet: week of April 6

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While in quarantine, there are a variety of board games to play. Photo by Sophia Squiccirini

[Opinion list] The best board games to play while in quarantine

Sophia SquicciriniSophia Squiccirini is a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and a first year staff writer for the Eagle Eye. She enjoys traveling and her favorite movie is La La Land.More Posts

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[Review] Tiger King gives a unique view of bizarre reality

[Review] Tiger King gives a unique view of bizarre reality

“Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness” is a documentary mini-series not only following the story of Joe Exotic, a zookeeper who formerly operated one of the largest roadside zoos in the country, but also the topic of big cat captivity in America. It was released […]

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University of Michigan students opened a smoothie and acai bowl shop inside the Ross School of Business. Photo courtesy of Sabeen Khan /Sabeen Khan/TNS

[Opinion List] Easy and healthy recipes to try during quarantine

Lily SingerLily Singer is a freshmen who spends her free time hanging out with friends and family and playing with her dog, Maisie. She also likes listening to music, watching movies and playing soccer.More Posts

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Cover for Emily Suvada's "This Mortal Coil"

[Review] ‘This Mortal Coil’ by Emily Suvada is a must read sci-fi book

Emily Suvada’s “This Mortal Coil” follows Catarina Agatta: a hacker and daughter of the renowned geneticist, Lachlan Agatta, who lives in a world where it is normal to inject technology into one’s body. A lethal virus epidemic, the hydra, is spreading around the globe and Lachlan […]

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Senior Anna Bayuk performs at state competition "Louder Than A Bomb Florida" in 2019.

Senior Anna Bayuk announced as the 2020 South Florida Youth Poet Laureate

On Tuesday, March 10, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School senior Anna Bayuk received first place in the 2020 South Florida Youth Poet Laureate through the Jason Taylor Foundation. After submitting her resume and portfolio, Bayuk competed against the works of other middle and high school […]

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Students can establish a daily routine through working out, keeping up with self-care and eating healthy. Photo by Makayla Jesionowski

[Opinion List] Ways to establish a daily routine during quarantine

The coronavirus outbreak has forced restaurants, places of business and schools to be shut down in the United States, encouraging people to stay isolated in their homes. While being in quarantine, it can be hard to find and maintain a daily schedule or routine for […]

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There are many activities that can be attended from home, such as virtual college tours and concerts. Graphic by

[Opinion List] Different online events you can attend from home

Joyce HanJoyce is a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She plays tennis and loves food and music.More Posts

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[Review] Cavetown’s album ‘Sleepyhead’ overuses generic indie-pop elements

[Review] Cavetown’s album ‘Sleepyhead’ overuses generic indie-pop elements

On Friday, Mar. 27,  2020, England-based indie-pop singer Cavetown released his latest album, “Sleepyhead.” This is his first album published by Sire Records and it is a huge accomplishment for 21-year-old Robert Skinner. The album itself has a very similar sound to Cavetown’s previous work, but […]

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