Category: EDITORIAL

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What music should you listen to while working out?

Working out is a great escape from the monotony of a school or work day. Not only are you improving your physique and confidence, but going to the gym can bring a healthy avenue to release anger and stress and turn it into serenity. You […]

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Students eat lunch at Moe's on a Professional Study Day. Photo by Katrina White and Isabella White

Grab-N-Go places for students to eat at on a PSD

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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Illustration by Ariana Perez

Valentine’s day has been forever changed from a holiday of love to a day of service and mourning

How do we feel two years after the shooting on Feb. 14, 2018?  We all get asked this question, but don’t answer it honestly. We can’t say good because it sounds insensitive, and we can’t say bad because then we will get the looks of […]

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Editorial cartoon by Leah Ronkin

Security changes are only a band-aid on the issue of shootings in schools

While it is easy for someone to look at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and pinpoint the problems that they think need solving, the students and staff at the school have a different perspective on what issues really matter.  Community members and organizations, such as […]

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Opinion: Broward County schools should close due to COVID-19 breakout

Opinion: Broward County schools should close due to COVID-19 breakout

Disclaimer: These are not the opinions of The Eagle Eye editorial board but the opinions of the individual reporters. While the school year technically doesn’t end until the first week of June, the global coronavirus has prompted discussion about a potential cessation of classes in […]

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Opinion: Schools should institute universal mental health screenings

Opinion: Schools should institute universal mental health screenings

In sixth grade, every student in Broward County receives vision, hearing, BMI, and scoliosis screenings. These coincide with screenings in every academic subject area to gauge the ability to read, interpret information and do mathematical operations. There is one field, though, that is entirely neglected […]

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Senioritis strikes seniors during second semester

Senioritis strikes seniors during second semester

At this point in the year, seniors at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have already received their acceptance letters from several colleges and have begun to plan for their life after high school.  At first, this process can be stressful for students, since friends, parents […]

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[Review] “SKIN” by EXOCIETY (Rav, Kill Bill: The Rapper, Scuare) becomes quick hit among fans

[Review] “SKIN” by EXOCIETY (Rav, Kill Bill: The Rapper, Scuare) becomes quick hit among fans

On Wednesday, Feb. 26, the lead three members of the bedroom rap label EXOCIETY, Rav, KB (Kill Bill: The Rapper) and Scuare released their newest album SKIN. This album came as an extreme shock for their fan base since this album was only prefaced as […]

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Opinion: Twitter is creating less informed citizens

Opinion: Twitter is creating less informed citizens

Twitter is a social media site that took the world by storm. The premise was simple: 140-character messages sent out for anyone to read and respond. It distilled social media down to its barest bones. It was quick and to the point. Twitter did not […]

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Dislike buttons are not beneficial towards social media users. Photo by Brianna

Social media should not include a dislike button option

Social media is full of posts and opinions. From graduation photos to posts memorializing those who have passed away, social media has been a platform for users to express opinions and ideas. Whether it is through photos, videos or text, a user’s inner thoughts and […]

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