Tag: corona

Students are being negatively effected mentally due to overusing Netflix. Graphic by Einav Cohen

[Opinion] Netflix has negative impacts on teenagers during quarantine

To pass the time as a good samaritan in Broward County while still being under a stay-at-home order, Netflix has become a vital part of life in quarantine.  Since the global lockdown, Netflix has released an array of youth-targeted entertainment ranging from teen comedies to […]

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Seniors (right) Leni Steinhardt, (middle) Emily Wolfman, and (left) Sari Kauffman stand on the hoods of their car to follow CDC guidelines while still celebrating decision day. Photo courtesy of Leni Steinhardt

Seniors celebrate Decision Day from a distance

In the midst of quarantine, seniors at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and around the nation have been robbed of the traditional college decision day on May 1. However, to keep spirits up while following social distancing guidelines, many students in MSD’s senior class have […]

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Teachers experience interruptions during online Zoom meetings

Teachers experience interruptions during online Zoom meetings

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, schools all around the United States have been ordered to close their doors. Although students can no longer physically attend school, they still must continue their education by participating in online schooling. Many educators are relying on Zoom as their […]

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COVID-19 pandemic leads to environmental benefits

COVID-19 pandemic leads to environmental benefits

In recent weeks, COVID-19 has spread across the globe. The virus which originated in Wuhan, China has infected over 1.53 million people and killed over 93,000 people across the world as of April 9, according to CNN. There are countless negative impacts on the world’s […]

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The shelves that once held toilet paper and paper towels at the Costco on Coral Ridge Drive were completely empty on March 12 at 8 p.m. due to customers panic buying these products.  Photo by Brianna Jesionowski

Panic buying leaves stores’ shelves empty

By the time the coronavirus disease had made its way to the United States it had already been deemed a pandemic by the World Health Organization. As of April 5, there are more than 9,400 reported deaths according to a CNN COVID-19 update. With uncertainty […]

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis address the public during a press conference at the Pembroke Pines coronavirus testing site. Photo courtesy of David Santiago of the Miami Herald

Parkland residents are ordered to “Shelter in Place”

On Thursday, March 26, beginning at 12:01 a.m., Parkland residents were ordered to “Shelter in Place.” This action was in efforts to stop the spread of the Coronavirus and keep all residents safe and healthy. There were many guidelines previously in place, such as maintaining […]

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