Tag: Bryan Nguyen

Seniors Mark Dorsett (7) and Michael Mclaughlin (75) stand in the Eagles' offensive huddle before a play against the Coral Glades Jaguars. Photo courtesy of Bryan Nguyen

[Multimedia] MSD celebrates the Class of 2021 seniors from the varsity football team

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MSD staff put up the Chain of Life during the 2019-2020 school year. Students signed their names to pieces of paper to signify their pledge against drugs, as well as drinking and driving. Photo by Bryan Nguyen

MSD celebrates Red Ribbon Week with online resources

Red Ribbon Week is an annual week dedicated to spreading awareness about tobacco, drugs and alcohol in schools throughout the United States. It took place from Tuesday, Oct. 26 through Friday, Oct. 30, and helps students learn about drug prevention and the dangers of substance […]

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MSD begins 2020-2021 school year online in eLearning Phase 1; At end of first quarter, MSD offers on-campus option during eLearning Phase 2

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has plagued the world for the last seven months, society has had to adapt to an entirely new way of life, one drastically different from what we consider to be ‘normal.’ While the whole world has been finding new […]

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Reels is a new feature on Instagram that allows users to make 15 to 30 second videos. Photo by Bryan Nguyen

Instagram creates a new video format

Social media companies are in constant competition for users and to offer the most cutting edge features. Instagram often copies ideas from other popular social media platforms, such as Snapchat. Its newest victim was TikTok, a social media platform of short-form videos. After hearing the […]

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[Opinion List] Fun ways to stay in touch with friends and family while in quarantine

[Opinion List] Fun ways to stay in touch with friends and family while in quarantine

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Staying inside has become more important than ever. Photo courtesy of Bryan Nguyen.

Parents divided on how to protect their children during the COVID-19 pandemic

In the past few weeks, a majority of parents have taken measures to ensure their families are safe from contracting COVID-19. This virus has quickly spread across the globe, and many families are in lockdown. Most families are participating in social distancing by staying home, […]

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February’s Athlete of the Month: Samantha Diaz

February’s Athlete of the Month: Samantha Diaz

Samantha Diaz, a senior and athlete on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s softball team, the Lady Eagles, has been selected as February’s Athlete of the Month. Diaz was born in Pembroke Pines, Florida and moved to Parkland, Florida when she was four-years-old.  At five-years-old, Diaz […]

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A MSD Student expresses interest while teacher uses engaging lessons to captivate the class. Photo by Bryan Nguyen

Students share what they value most in a teacher

In modern-day society, teachers are one of the most commonly criticized and underappreciated groups of people. Overwhelmed with skepticism about the quality of class materials they will receive and the grades their students will acquire, these individuals are constantly berated with criticism and notes of […]

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Dance Marathon announces amount raised during push week

Dance Marathon announces amount raised during push week

At Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the week of Dec. 9 to Dec. 13 was known as push week for Dance Marathon participants. The goal of push week is to motivate people to raise money and improve registration efforts for MSD’s annual Dance Marathon before […]

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New fence donated and installed at front entrance of MSD

New fence donated and installed at front entrance of MSD

As construction continues on the upcoming 1500 building, additions to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s campus have appeared throughout the school. A new fence around the front entrance is being constructed as a way to increase safety on exterior school boundaries.  The fences were donated […]

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