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From left to right, MSD sophomores Jada Lemy, Roveschney Veillard and Nesya Small have started a nonprofit organization called "People of Change." Photo courtesy of Jamal Lemy

Three MSD sophomores start ‘People of Change’ organization to unite the BIPOC community

In today’s society, it is the youth that enact change and call out national issues concerning the well-being of their peers. Whether it be a fifth grader or a senior in high school, younger generations are making their mark on the world. At Marjory Stoneman […]

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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., signs the article of impeachment against President Donald Trump during an engrossment ceremony on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021. (Photo courtesy of Yuri Gripas/Abaca Press/TNS)

The U.S. House of Representatives passes to impeach former President Donald Trump for a second time

On Jan. 13, 2021, one week after rioters ambushed the United States Capitol in an attempt to overturn former President Donald Trump’s defeat in the 2020 presidential election, the United States House of Representatives voted 230-197 to impeach Trump for the second time.   Trump was […]

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Painted rocks with messages decorate a makeshift memorial outside of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Friday, Feb. 14, 2020, during the two-year anniversary of the Parkland shooting where 17 victims were killed. (Photo courtesy of Matias J. Ocner/Miami Herald/TNS)

COVID-19 pandemic causes a screeching halt on mass school shootings

It is no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted society in more ways than one. Prime examples include students learning virtually and schools putting a pause on graduations and other life milestones. COVID-19 has also pushed the United States into a period of little-to-no […]

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Identifying your preferred gender pronouns in your social media bio is an important step in creating a more inclusive space for all. Graphic by Madison Lenard

[Editorial] Individuals should put their pronouns in their bios

If you have been on any social media platforms recently, there is no doubt that you have seen users with any variation of he/him, she/her or they/them in their bio. These pronouns signify the gender with which that person identifies with. Introducing these pronouns along […]

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Throughout time, racism against Asians has become normalized in American society. Graphic by Ivy Lam

[Editorial] Asians continue to be subjected to racism in American society

Throughout the course of history, many assumptions and stereotypes have been established and continually reinforced for certain ethnicities. In America, racism against Asians has become normalized, even if we haven’t acknowledged it just yet. While seemingly harmless comments about our skin tone have been made, […]

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Pantone chooses ‘Illuminating’ and ‘Ultimate Gray’ as the 2021 Colors of the Year

Pantone chooses ‘Illuminating’ and ‘Ultimate Gray’ as the 2021 Colors of the Year

Vibrant optimism and dependability, two rising themes of 2021, have inspired Pantone’s choice for this year’s “Colors of the Year.” On Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020, Pantone announced 17-5104 Ultimate Gray and 13-0647 Illuminating as the colors of the year for 2021.  Founded in 1963 by […]

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MSD students experienced spotty WiFi on Monday, Jan. 4. Students and parents were updated throughout the school day via Remind. Photo by Isabelly Silveira

MSD students and teachers experience district-wide WiFi issues on return from winter break

As students and teachers returned back to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, both physically and virtually, the Broward County Public Schools WiFi gave everyone some troubles on their first day back from winter break.  The morning of Monday, Jan. 4, BCPS experienced problems with the […]

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Herzfeld pictured in her classroom being back in school.

A day in the life of drama teacher Melody Herzfeld

Melody Herzfeld, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School technical theatre, acting and production teacher, has had to adjust her daily routine due to the emergence of e-learning in the current pandemic. This has affected the way she typically connects with her students.  “It’s a new […]

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Taysom Hill #7 of the New Orleans Saints celebrates his nine-yard touchdown against the Los Angeles Chargers with Marquez Callaway #12 during their NFL game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Oct. 12, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Saints won 30-27 in overtime. (Chris Graythen/Getty Images/TNS)

NFL Season in jeopardy as more players test positive for COVID-19

In March, all major sports leagues were forced to cancel their seasons due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. Football fans everywhere questioned if and when the NFL season would start again.  Now, in October, it is preparing for a Monday night matchup between the […]

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The three DECA officers in charge of Middle School Relations practice their presentation before a meeting.

MSD’s DECA in the Middle program connects with local middle school students

At Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a program called DECA in the Middle has recently been introduced to both the high schoolers at MSD and local middle schoolers at Westglades Middle School. The sole purpose of the program is to educate middle schoolers on the […]

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