Tag: art

Seniors Kaylee Neswek, Emily Hollander, and Emily Melamed are appointed as presidents of NAHS.

NAHS Welcomes Three Presidents to Club

On Wednesday, Aug. 29, the National Art Honor Society held its first meeting since previous art teacher Lauren Rosa headed the club. In their first meeting, NAHS held an election for all officer positions, including the position of president. With a turn of events, NAHS welcomed three new presidents to its ranks. Seniors Kaylee Nezwek, Emily Hollander and Emily Melamed […]

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Lieberman helping her students during one of her art classes.

Art teacher Jacqueline Lieberman joins MSD staff

Jacqueline Lieberman is one of two new art teachers to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Lieberman’s extensive list of qualifications begins with her receiving her bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida (UF) in art history, followed by a master’s degree from Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in education with a specialty in art. Lieberman originally wanted to pursue a career as […]

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Sophomore Rachel Padnis creates patches and stickers to raise money for Parkland community

Sophomore Rachel Padnis creates patches and stickers to raise money for Parkland community

Soon after the tragedy on Feb. 14, sophomore Rachel Padnis felt a strong desire to show her support for the victims’ families and the MSD community. After attending the rally in Tallahassee with her fellow classmates, she realized that being in that type of crowd was not in her interest. However, Padnis still wanted to show just as much consolation […]

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Supermodel Kate Upton and Museum of Ice Cream founder Manish Vora pose with MSD students in front of balloons spelling out "#MSDStrong." Photo courtesy of Ariana Ortega

Museum of Ice Cream opens doors to MSD students and staff

On March 8, 2018, The Museum of Ice Cream Miami, offered free admission to all students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as a way of showing their support following the events of Feb. 14. Their main goal was to allow a relaxing and fun environment to lift the spirits of those affected by this tragedy. The Museum of Ice […]

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Customers enjoy guided painting lessons

Customers enjoy guided painting lessons

*This story was originally published in the second quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* Painting Fiesta, located in Coral Springs, is a space designed for painters of all ages and skill sets that supplies the artists with a full set of brushes and paints. Classes are offered to give customers step-by-step instructions to help them create a work of art. […]

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Art Basel comes to Miami

For one week, South Beach in Miami is the center of pop culture. What is described as a multicultural event, Art Basel is the epitome of the fashion and art world of Miami. The event was held from Dec. 7 through Dec. 10 in the Miami Beach Convention Center. Although Art Basel was first created in 1970 by Ernst Beyeler, […]

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Students create memories for global youth

Students create memories for global youth

The Memory Project is a nonprofit organization founded in 2004 by Ben Schumaker, who originally volunteered at orphanages in poor countries. With the program, art teachers and students make portraits for children in different areas of the world who have encountered misfortunes such as abuse, neglect, poverty and violence. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has participated in the initiative for […]

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MSD arts programs do not receive sufficient support

MSD arts programs do not receive sufficient support

Every morning the familiar sound of “good afternoon eagles” greets the students and faculty of Marjory Stoneman Douglas, followed by a series of announcements that are mainly centered around sports. Day after day, students hear about the accomplishments of their peers, but among these, commendation of athletes prevails. On the other hand, perhaps the most common victim of the neglect […]

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Speech and debate program undergoes changes

Speech and debate program undergoes changes

MSD’s speech and debate team is ending one chapter, but beginning a new one. Following the departure of the team’s previous director, the program has only just begun to change. The new teacher, Jesus Caro, is excited for all the future progress to be made. The first change came before the school year even started. The classroom was renovated with a new arrangement […]

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Douglas's Mu Alpha Theta chapter, sitting side by side with past awards

Clubs At MSD

ANIME CLUB Headed by Ashley Kurth, Douglas’ Anime Club meets every Friday in room 512 immediately after school. The club is open to all students that seek to learn more about their passion for anime. ASIAN CLUB The Asian Club is advised by Mrs. Simmons in room 721, and meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 2:50 pm., and […]

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