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MSD women’s lacrosse team plays Pine Crest School

On March 6, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School women’s lacrosse team competed in the second game of the season. The game was held at Pine Crest School at 5 p.m. The weather was cool and was accompanied by a chilly breeze. The team mentioned how the weather was the perfect lacrosse game weather. There was also a sunset during […]

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[Brief] Women’s lacrosse team defeats West Boca High School after tragedy

On March 1 at 6 p.m., the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School women’s lacrosse team competed against West Boca High School in an away game. MSD took the lead with a score of 18-3 in their first game of the season. This was not only the first game of the season, but also the first game since the tragic event […]

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Banners hung at MSD raise spirits of those affected by tragedy

Following the school shooting on Feb. 14, South Florida communities have showered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and the rest of Parkland and Coral Springs with love and support through fundraisers, letters and banners. These banners can be seen throughout campus, as they were hung up along the fences and walls of MSD for students and faculty to see. “[The […]

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Banners from Broward County schools and organizations around the country decorate the fence surrounding the perimeter of the 1200 building.

MSD begins recovery process with Sunday Orientation

On Sunday, Feb. 25, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School welcomed students back to campus for the first time since the shooting on Feb. 14. The orientation, which lasted three hours, initiated what is expected to be a long and difficult healing process. Teachers had returned to campus the Friday before on Feb. 23, and happily greeted students on Sunday as […]

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MSD ice hockey loses to Miami Dade

On Feb. 8, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s ice hockey team lost to the Miami Dade Alliance with a score of 5-1 at the Panthers Ice Den in Coral Springs. It was a heavily anticipated district championship game for the team, as they wanted their first district championship ever. Miami Dade opened the scoring and soon after junior forward […]

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Super Bowl Monday should be a holiday

Super Bowl Monday should be a holiday

With all eyes on the field, the biggest spectacle in all of sports is on, and everyone is glued to the screen. In January 2017, Kraft Heinz promoted its policy of relieving employees of their duties for the day after the Super Bowl — a trend some companies have begun to follow across the United States. While the Super Bowl […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity soccer defeats Coral Springs High School 1-0

On Tuesday, Dec. 5, the men’s varsity soccer team won against Coral Springs High School with a score of 1-0. The colts applied pressure during the first half of the game, with 19 shots in total, but the eagles held strong. Goalkeeper Dillon Mcooty saved four attempted goals, protecting the eagles from potentially losing their winning streak to Coral Springs. […]

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Eagle Regiment takes first place in regional competition

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Eagle Regiment takes the dub. Marjory Stoneman Douglas’s Marching Band brought pride to our school on Nov. 4, 2017 when they came in first place at the last regional competition of the year. There have been three regionals this season, and the Eagle Regiment was runner-up for two of the three.  The last regional band competition-when the […]

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Eagles Inch Closer to Playoffs With 18-15 Win over Monarch

As the Eagles prepared for a district matchup with the Monarch Knights, the possibility of a playoff berth sat in the back of their minds. Defeating the Knights would get them one step closer to that goal. It was an emotional night for the Eagles’ seniors, as pulling off the win would potentially allow them to keep their high school […]

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State of emergency declared as Richard Spencer takes UF stage

State of emergency declared as Richard Spencer takes UF stage

The University of Florida created national headlines this week after it announced that white nationalist Richard Spencer would be speaking on its campus in the Phillips Center for Performing Arts on Thursday, Oct. 19. The UF President Kent Fuchs has discouraged people from attending this event, trying to minimize chaos. “Second, although I urge you to avoid the Spencer event, […]

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