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  • May 19MSD men's baseball team wins state championship 3-2 for fourth year in a row
  • April 16School Board of Broward County moves to separate with Dr. Peter Licata and hire Deputy Superintendent Dr. Howard Hepburn for three-year contract
  • April 16Broward Superintendent Dr. Peter Licata announces resignation
  • April 6MSD FEA chapter wins 1st place for most creative fundraiser and 3rd place for membership motivation project and scrapbook competition at county convention
  • April 6WMSD TV Program wins five awards at national STN competition
The Student News Site of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

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The Student News Site of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

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Mariajose Vera

Mariajose Vera, Photo editor

Mariajose Vera is a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and a sports and news photographer for the Eagle eye and has been on staff for three years. She has interests in wildlife, photojournalism, Waterpolo, CrossFit and cinema.

All content by Mariajose Vera
MSD senior Lybah Haque has had a passion for words dating back to middle school. She was first inspired to pursue writing more intensely in eighth grade through a new opportunity: creative writing courses in school.

[Photo] Words Do More Than Actions

Sofia Kaplan, Managing editor
February 22, 2022
MSD senior Kayla Behmardi is the co-president and co-founder of the Red Cross Club. The Red Cross Club aims to encourage students to support charitable acts through various service missions to build safer communities through the non-profit humanitarian organization American Red Cross.

[Photo] Lending a Hand

Isabel White, Section editor
February 22, 2022
Senior Damian Francis expresses himself through his pursuit of art and music.

[Photo] Junior Damian Francis pursues art and music

Julia Landy, Editor-in-Chief, Graphics & Design Editor
February 22, 2022
Lengthy Lines. Parents line up to enter the carline even before school ends.

[Photo] Two-lane Maze

November 3, 2021
Freshman Allan Burrows and sophomore Melina Carpio complete classwork in an Acting I class. Many aspects of in-person school have been altered due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

[Photo] COVID-19 pandemic alters many aspects of nation’s school system

Lily Singer, Senior Arts & Leisure Editor and Senior Opinons Editor
October 29, 2021
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