Eagles Haven opens as a healing space for MSD students and faculty

Eagles Haven opens as a healing space for MSD students and faculty

The topic of mental health has been a difficult journey for the MSD community. To ensure that students have the resources they need, a new wellness center, Eagles Haven, has been established. On March 25, Eagles Haven opened as a place for these students to begin or continue to heal. Eagles Haven is a free center for MSD students and […]

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Student journalists from The Eagle Eye interview Robert Runcie in Washington, D.C. at the March For Our Lives. Photo by

Superintendent Runcie cancels parent meeting

The Broward School District’s Superintendent Robert Runcie suddenly cancelled a parent meeting planned for Thursday, Jan. 24, in which he would listen to parent’s concerns involving Stoneman Douglas’ school security. This meeting would have been the first between Runcie and parents after Feb. 14, where many MSD parents and faculty were planning on being in attendance. Principal Ty Thomson sent […]

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Retired Justice Anthony Kennedy, administers the judicial oath to Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Monday, Oct. 8. Photo courtesy of Olivier  Douliery/Abaca Press/TNS

Brett Kavanaugh confirmed to the Supreme Court

By one of the smallest margins for a U.S. Supreme Court nominee in American history, Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed on the Senate floor on Saturday, Oct. 6. This confirmation by a vote of 50-48 resulted in a major victory for the Republican party and a conservative majority in the Supreme Court. Kavanaugh was nominated by President Donald Trump in September […]

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MSD welcomes new staff

MSD welcomes new staff

Twenty Eagle Eye staff writers contributed to this multimedia story. See individula bylines on each profile for more details. Photos by Nyan Clarke, Mallory Muller, Jordyn Laudano, Dara Rosen, Ava Steil, Elama Ali, Kacie Shatzkamer, Ashley Ferrer, Samantha Goldblum, Bianca Navas, and Joyce Han Leni SteinhardtLeni Steinhardt is a member of the graduating class of 2020 and copy editor for […]

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School chairs have negative effects on teenage posture

School chairs have become a hindrance on the health and posture of teenagers. According to a poll by the Pew Research Center, 69 percent of parents believe their schools are not being held to a high standard when it comes to providing healthy lunches and good classroom ergonomics. There are plenty of issues in many American public schools that need […]

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[Brief] Men’s swim and dive team lands in second place after meet

On Oct. 3, the men’s swim and dive team had a meet at Deerfield Beach High School, where they played against Deerfield Beach and Coral Glades High Schools and Coral Springs Charter School. The team managed to beat Deerfield Beach and Coral Glades, but lost against Coral Springs Charter, landing them in second place. “We only have one more meet […]

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[Brief] Men’s swim and dive team falls to St. Thomas Aquinas High School

On Sept. 29, the men’s swim and dive team had a meet at Plantation Central Park, where they played against St. Thomas Aquinas High School. The team ended up losing the match, but they’re determined to learn from their mistakes and look towards the future. “Even though we lost this match, Coach Julien has been such a great mentor to […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity swim and dive team places second in meet

On Sept. 12, the men’s varsity swim and dive team had a meet at Pembroke Pines Charter High School, where they played against Pembroke Pines Charter and Stranahan High School. The team lost against Pembroke Pines Charter, but beat Stranahan, landing them in second place. “I think we’re going to do really well next meet,” senior Conner Dietrich said. “Were […]

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Women in tennis unfairly punished due to misogynistic regulations

Women in tennis unfairly punished due to misogynistic regulations

Cases in the media are unveiling the strange rules that official female sports players must follow. The most recent incident was at the US Open involving tennis player Alizé Cornet, who decided to leave the court to change her shirt during a 10 minute cool down in the middle of her match against Johanna Larsson. After realizing she had put […]

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NYU now offers free tuition for medical school

NYU now offers free tuition for medical school

New York University made a bold decision this August to give free tuition to all of their medical students. NYU is the first college to offer this tuition plan, They want it to become a solution to the problem the American medical field is facing: shortage of essential healthcare jobs. With approximately $55,000 tuition annually, NYU realizes the massive debt […]

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