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THE EAGLE EYE

The Student News Site of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

THE EAGLE EYE

The annual Mr. Douglas contest brings together four contestants from each grade level to compete in a male beauty pageant. The annual event is used to fundraise for the LED Dance Club.
[Multimedia] 'Mr. Douglas' male beauty pageant contest returns to MSD
January 27, 2023
Student performers danced through the decades, characterized by the change in clothing and music. One segment was the 1950s, where bright poodle skirts dominated the time period.
LED Dance Club raises money for their club through ‘Mr. Douglas’ pageant
January 25, 2023
The annual “Mr. Douglas” contest brings together four contestants from each grade level to compete in a male beauty pageant. The annual event is used to fundraise for the LED Dance Club.
MSD hosts its annual 'Mr. Douglas' male beauty pageant
January 25, 2023
The Class of 2023 hosted a car wash fundraiser in the senior lot to raise money for prom. The idea came from the football team, who held a similar event earlier in the school year.
Class of 2023 hosts carwash at senior lot to raise funds for prom
January 23, 2023
Robyn Mickow teaches her Advanced World Geography class about countries in Asia. She used videos to engage her students to help them with the learning process.
Class of 2026 freshmen share their favorite classes and teachers this school year
January 23, 2023
Freshman Coleman Campanella (right) carries on his family legacy by attending MSD 27 years after his father, Dan Campanella (left), did. Dan graduated in 1996 while Coleman will be graduating in 2026.
MSD students share their thoughts on attending the same high school as older family members
January 17, 2023
A student reviews her notes in the media center in preparation for an exam. Using her class textbook, she can retain information by re-reading book pages and reviewing information she learned in class.
MSD students share their studying techniques in preparation for tests
January 11, 2023
People from all over Miami-Date County attended the Interfaith Rally Against Antisemitism at the Holocaust Memorial, in Miami Beach, on June 3, 2021. Photo courtesy of Pedro Portal/Tribune News Service.
Rise in antisemitism in the last year has instilled fear among the Jewish population
December 15, 2022
Hips Don’t Lie. Tambores dancers representing Venezuela in the multicultural show. The dancers practiced for months leading up to the show. “My favorite part about being in Tambores was being able to represent my country in a way I love, dancing,” junior Barbara Rodriguez. “I was able to make my family proud while showing a piece of my culture with me coming from Venezuela.”
MSD students prepare for the 13th annual multicultural performance
December 14, 2022
Junior Aneesha Nookala participates in several clubs and activities at MSD. She is involved in the Red Cross Club, World Help Club, National Honor Society and Operation Smile Project because she is passionate about helping others.
Junior Aneesha Nookala immerses herself in multiple clubs and activities at MSD
December 13, 2022
Spanish teacher Lilian Viloria teaches a Spanish class during third period. Due to unforeseen circumstances, Viloria had to take on other students from another Spanish class due to a teacher leaving for health reasons.
Students convey their frustrations when teachers leave in the middle of the year
December 9, 2022
A student in the MSD media center looks through the shelves of books to find one that fits his interests best. Representation for teens can be found in the characters written within numerous novels.
MSD students voice opinions on the innacuracy of diverse teen representation and how it plays into harmful stereotypes
December 8, 2022
Holocaust survivor Eric Lipetz presents the struggles he faced coming to America to Darren Levines Holocaust class as a guest speaker. Lipetz and his family resided in the Philippines as a result of a Jewish quota, where he was eventually put into the Santo Tomas Internment Camp.
Holocaust survivor Eric Lipetz shares his survival story with MSD students
December 7, 2022
Freshman Gage Heller stands with his euphonium, an instrument he has been playing for four years. Heller is one of five freshman in the Wind Orchestra, the highest level of concert band at MSD.
MSD’s Wind Orchestra welcomes freshman Gage Heller into their program
November 17, 2022
Signs tower over clothing racks showing low prices. Low prices make clothing stores more favored for people who do not have the money to afford more costly items.
Peer pressure and stigma surrounds fashion and cheap clothing brands among teens
November 7, 2022
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