Category: FEATURE

Chloe Ting workout videos rise in popularity during quarantine

Chloe Ting workout videos rise in popularity during quarantine

As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, people around the world are following social distancing orders by staying quarantined in their homes. Students are completing their fourth quarter of school online, non-essential businesses are remaining closed and many parents are now working from home. […]

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Students are going viral on social platform ‘TikTok’ during quarantine

Students are going viral on social platform ‘TikTok’ during quarantine

Due to being in quarantine, students are finding different ways to entertain themselves. One of the most useful apps is TikTok, used to create short videos whether it is of the user dancing, lip-syncing, or creating comedy videos. In August of 2018, it became available […]

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Students are feeling down while being isolated

How are students feeling about the school year being cut short?

Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in the United States, students all across the nation are now being forced to stay isolated indoors and remain socially distant. As a result, schools have cut the physical school year short, converting to online schooling to allow students […]

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Junior Rebecca Blanco-Bulhoes cuts the fabric for masks going to frontline workers.

Junior Rebecca Blanco-Bulhoes makes masks with her family for frontline workers

With over a million COVID-19 cases in the United States, frontline workers are working every day to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Since these employees are essential to aiding those affected by COVID-19, some families are helping them by providing necessary items such as […]

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Sophomore Steven Trejos is pictured baking, a hobby he picked up over quarantine.

Day in the life of an online student: Steven Trejos

Steven Trejos is a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. After the coronavirus pandemic caused the 2019-2020 school year to transition online one quarter before school was scheduled to end. Trejos, like many others, had to adapt nearly every aspect of his life to […]

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How teachers are managing students cheating on virtual school

How teachers are managing students cheating on virtual school

Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, school life has not been the same with the complete transition from physical school to virtual school. Some classes are conducted via webcam and physical assignments have to be scanned and uploaded through sites like Canvas. The biggest challenge […]

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Wearing personal protective equipment, nurse April Bandi cares for a patient under investigation with possible COVID-19 symptoms inside a special negative pressure isolation room at the Emergency Department at Sharp Memorial Hospital on April 10, 2020 in San Diego, Calif. (Marcus Yam/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Students worry about parents who work as healthcare workers during the rise of COVID-19

Healthcare workers around the world have been fighting on the front lines against the spread of the coronavirus. They are putting themselves and their families at risk in order to help others recover. Due to spending copious amounts of time in hospitals with patients infected […]

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Once busy areas in Parkland and Coral Springs are now left deserted

Once busy areas in Parkland and Coral Springs are now left deserted

Leni SteinhardtLeni Steinhardt is a member of the graduating class of 2020 and Co Editor-In-Chief for The Eagle Eye. She hopes to major in mass communication and journalism in college and later pursue a career in journalism. She is currently involved in numerous clubs and […]

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COVID-19 has affected students' sleep schedules in a seemingly positive way. With more flexible schedules, students have found that they are getting more sleep. Photo by Fenthon Aristhomene

Students experience changes in their sleep schedules during quarantine

From closing down shops and malls to making individuals wear gloves and masks when they leave the house, COVID-19 has affected society in various ways. For many students, the pandemic has allowed them to catch up on their recommended eight hours of sleep.  Sleep is […]

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MSD seniors think of alternative solutions to prom and graduation

MSD seniors think of alternative solutions to prom and graduation

On April 9, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas senior class advisor sent out an announcement that Gradbash was canceled. Another announcement was made on April 16, that Prom would not occur. Nothing has been said about graduation, but with the recent announcement that schools will be […]

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