Category: NEWS

MSD Mathletes place top 20 in Florida

MSD Mathletes place top 20 in Florida

Marjory Stoneman Douglas mathletes, Vayun Alapati, Brandon Chou, Dominick Hing and Simon Hoo managed to place among the top 20 students in Florida at Mu Alpha States. They competed with over 1100 students from both public and private schools. Alapati placed fourth in calculus integration and twentieth in Calculus Limits and Derivatives, Chou fifteenth in History of Math, Hing fifth […]

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Douglas Hosts Student vs. Teacher Basketball Game in Honor of Ethan Lalinde

Douglas Hosts Student vs. Teacher Basketball Game in Honor of Ethan Lalinde

Every year, approximately 1,000 people are diagnosed with cystic fibrosis- a majority of them by the age of two, continuously adding to the 30,000 that currently live with it in the United States and the 70,000 worldwide. But this year was not just like “every year” for the students of Stoneman Douglas, as one of our own, sophomore Ethan Lalinde, […]

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Women Out of the Kitchen hosts anti-Valentine’s fundraiser

Love is in the air – for the most part, anyways. Douglas’s feminist club, Women Out of the Kitchen, chose instead to embrace female independence with their Anti-Valentine’s Day fundraiser for Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services, a support agency for deaf, deaf-blind, and hearing-impaired victims of domestic violence. From Monday to Thursday, the club officers sold fabric patches during both […]

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Seniors Jessie Sinitch and Sam Maldanado show their support for Sanders.

MSD students feel the Bern

With the looming Iowa caucus showing us that it is time to make a decision on who to support as a candidate, it is all the more imperative that we are not subject to political bandwagoning. With candidates like Hillary Clinton who has been debuting her dance moves on the talk show circuit, or even Rand Paul playing a political […]

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Douglas students win MLK Literary Awards

Douglas students win MLK Literary Awards

In early January, Marjory Stoneman Douglas students, Sarah Hale and Jessica Chung, were awarded MLK Literary awards by the Screening Committee of the Broward County School Board.. The theme of this year’s competition was “Continuing Our Commitment to Equality and Peace – 25 years and beyond.” For the competition, contestants were required to write what their plans for continuing their […]

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A Taste of Kindness

A Taste of Kindness

The holiday season is known to all as a time full of giving, as evidenced by the global exchange of presents and greeting cards between friends and family. However, the most meaningful gifts of all are unselfish acts of kindness to the less fortunate, emulated by MSD DECA’s “I am Enough” chapter project, where over seventy students gathered Dec. 11 […]

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A Play on Words

A Play on Words

Created in 1999 with the intent of fostering relationships within High School theatre, music, and journalism departments, the Cappies program, now a highly acclaimed and recognized organization, has expanded quickly to encompass fifteen Chapters, each with ten to sixty schools per chapter. The Marjory Stoneman Douglas chapter is part of the South Florida chapter (SFC). The SFC mandates the size […]

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Eagle Regiment takes second place at states

Eagle Regiment takes second place at states

After several exhausting months of nonstop practice, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas band finally made its way to their final competition for the season. The group first competed at several regional competitions. On Nov. 7, they brought home a first place trophy with a score of 92.7. The band was rated a Distinguished Superior, the highest possible rating, and won Best […]

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Jeter Wins Teacher of the Year

Jeter Wins Teacher of the Year

On October 13th, our very own astronomy teacher, Mr. Jeter, was declared “Teacher of the Year”, and he could not be any happier. “It is a wonderful feeling to be recognized by my peers,” Jeter said, “especially because of the tremendous respect that I have for my colleagues.” The way the process works is that all of the school’s faculty […]

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Marisa’s Way assembly

Marisa’s Way assembly

Yesterday, Nov.17, Founders of the Marisa’s Way Non Profit organization came to MSD to raise awareness for wrong way driving to students and teachers. Marisa’s Way was started by Marisa’s father, Gary Catronio, to raise awareness of wrong way driving in an effort to make a positive impact out of a tragic situation, and in hopes of preventing other parents, friends, […]

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