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Eagle Regiment earns second place at Striking Cobra Invitational

Eagle Regiment earns second place at Striking Cobra Invitational

Everyone knows the good times can’t last forever, and the same applies to the Eagle Regiment. After a great season — first place overall at Falcon Sound, fifth place at BOA Orlando and superior ratings at a Music Performance Assessment — the band received its […]

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MSD celebrates football players, cheerleaders and band members at Senior Night

MSD celebrates football players, cheerleaders and band members at Senior Night

Every year, Senior Night provides a fun farewell to seniors of the football team, cheer team and Eagle Regiment marching band. This year was no different, with the 2020 seniors being honored for their contributions to the programs.  Senior Night began with each senior being […]

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Look of Defeat. MSD players relish their last home game of the regular season while processing their first loss of the year.

MSD varsity football team falls short of an undefeated regular season

Following 8 straight wins, the MSD Eagles faced the Plantation High Colonels in a high stakes match up, to end the 2019 regular football season. The undefeated Eagles were the underdog against one-loss Plantation and with the exception of a first quarter touchdown, MSD was […]

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[Video] High School Nation hosts “Pop-up pep rally” in the courtyard

[Video] High School Nation hosts “Pop-up pep rally” in the courtyard

On Friday, Nov. 1, High School Nation surprised Marjory Stoneman Douglas students with an impromptu pep rally during both A and B lunches.  High School Nation is a company that partners with other businesses in order to encourage school spirit in public schools, as well […]

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The Social Studies Department won B lunch's teacher Halloween costume contest dressed as a pack of crayons. Photo courtesy of Carla Verba

MSD administration hosts teacher and student Halloween costume contest during lunches

On Thursday, Oct. 31, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School held a teacher and student Halloween costume contest during both A and B school lunches. The contest encouraged MSD students and faculty to participate and show their school spirit. The idea of the costume contest was […]

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Pittsburgh Steelers’ Linebacker Devin Bush speaks to MSD students

Pittsburgh Steelers’ Linebacker Devin Bush speaks to MSD students

On Oct.17, Pittsburgh Steelers’ Linebacker Devin Bush came back to his alma mater, Flanagan High School, to have his jersey retired.  Bush wanted to make the most of his week off, so he visited Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to speak to students about his […]

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MSD hosts third annual ‘Trunk or Treat’

MSD hosts third annual ‘Trunk or Treat’

Trunk or Treat is an event put on for families of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and Parkland community which is organized and planned by the Leadership students at MSD. Every Halloween for the past three years, MSD students have spent hours decorating their […]

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Petition to cancel school on Nov. 1 reaches 62,000+ signatures in five days

Petition to cancel school on Nov. 1 reaches 62,000+ signatures in five days

A petition has been started to cancel school on Friday, Nov. 1 for Broward County Public Schools. The petition started on Change.org, by Hollywood resident Karen Doberman, has reached over 62,000 signatures since its creation on Oct. 24.  “I believe that since Thursday is the […]

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Drama Club members put on a Monsters Inc. event in the auditorium. Photo courtesy of Sam Grizelj.

Douglas Drama puts on MSD’s Not So Scary Halloween

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Drama Club put on its second annual  “MSD’s Not So Scary Halloween” event on Saturday, Oct. 19, based on the famous Disney event by the same name. Not only was it a small charity drive and club fundraiser, but […]

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Standing with Pride. Photojournalist Ian Witlen stands in front of his “Anguish in the Aftermath” exhibit at the Coral Springs Center for the Performing Arts on Sept. 26, moments before the opening ceremony begins. Photo courtesy of Chris Zuppa

Ian Witlen’s photography exhibit ‘Anguish in the Aftermath’ opens to public

On Sept. 26, 2019, the Coral Springs Center for the Performing Arts held an opening reception to celebrate the official launch of Ian Witlen’s photography exhibit titled “Anguish in the Aftermath.” Witlen is an internationally published freelance photographer whose clients include, but are not limited […]

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