Category: NEWS

Patrolling the Halls. Security team member Teresa Williams patrols the halls while class is in session. Photo by Nyan Clarke

Updated security measures create new normal

The security measures enacted at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have continued to evolve since Feb. 14. Some have been abandoned, like clear backpacks, and some have been put on hold, like portable metal detectors. Other measures, such as ID badges, hallway passes and bag searches before school, have continued. Additionally, several new security measures have been implemented for the […]

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Puppy Pose. Junior Haylee Shepard brings her dog, Spree, to school with her everyday for support. Photo by Nyan Clarke

Therapy and service dogs join students on campus

As every new school year begins, the campus welcomes new students and faculty. But this year, man’s best friend has a newfound presence at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, as therapy dogs and service dogs can both be found on campus. Each day during both lunch periods, two to four therapy dogs are available in the courtyard for MSD students […]

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Actions For Change Food and Music Festival encourages voting and gun control awareness

Actions For Change Food and Music Festival encourages voting and gun control awareness

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Junior Juliette Hoffiz practices yoga in the courtyard during lunch

MSD celebrates peace week

The International Day of Peace is celebrated on Sept. 21, however, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is making the celebration a week long event called Peace Week. During this week, there were different activities occuring while the students were at school. “As the sponsor of Politics Club, I am always looking for positive things that the club can get involved […]

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Schedule issues mark the beginning of school years. Photo by: Nyan Clarke

Scheduling conflicts mark beginning of school year

Schedules are not always as simple as they seem. Whether it is because a student did not get into the elective that they wanted or they are not a fan of the teacher they were assigned to, it is a continuous problem for students that occurs every year. Senior guidance counselor Gerald Turmaine was able to clarify how schedules are […]

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Remembering 9/11 at MSD

Remembering 9/11 at MSD

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MSD Eagle Regiment performs "Beyond" on the football field. Photo by Brianna Jesionowski

Eagle Regiment starts off new season with Pops and Pies fundraiser

  *Co written by Kaleela Rosenthal and Brianna Jesionowski On Friday, Aug. 31, the MSD Eagle Regiment started off their annual fundraising event, Pops and Pies. They performed their show “Beyond” on the home football field at 6:30 p.m. for the first time this season. The event was later moved to the cafeteria where soda “pops” and pizza “pies” were served, hence […]

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Hailey Jacobsen and Em Jiminian paricipating in Wacky Wednesday. Photo by Nyan Clarke

Students get excited for the annual Wacky Wednesday

On Wednesday Sept. 5, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Student Government hosted the annual “Wacky Wednesday” for spirit week leading up to homecoming this weekend. A popular trend amongst students was tye-dye and neon colors, along with glitter, head bobbers and colorful accessories. Lunch time activities hosted by leadership occurred during both lunches and games such as musical chairs, corn hole […]

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NYU now offers free tuition for medical school

NYU now offers free tuition for medical school

New York University made a bold decision this August to give free tuition to all of their medical students. NYU is the first college to offer this tuition plan, They want it to become a solution to the problem the American medical field is facing: shortage of essential healthcare jobs. With approximately $55,000 tuition annually, NYU realizes the massive debt […]

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The lack of senior parking is leaving some students without a spot

The lack of senior parking is leaving some students without a spot

On Aug. 2, the senior class announced that senior parking spaces would be available online to purchase at the E-Store. “I have been looking forward to having my own spot since I was a freshman,” senior Karter Cooper said. “I used to drive with a senior to school before I could drive and I had been thinking about parking there […]

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