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MSD seniors are given opportunities to celebrate their success

MSD seniors are given opportunities to celebrate their success

Although the Class of 2020 is dealing with the loss of their senior year and are adapting to this change, they’re finding many ways to celebrate and acknowledge their achievements for all their hard work. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many events for seniors […]

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MSD graduation ceremony moves to a virtual platform

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many events have been postponed, moved to virtual platforms or even canceled completely. The cancellations of events where a large number of people would normally gather have greatly affected high school seniors. Current seniors at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School […]

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English teacher Melissa Falkowski's son holds his bunny-shaped pancake on Easter Sunday. Photo courtesy of Melissa Falkowski

Families find new ways to celebrate holidays during the COVID-19 pandemic

With the current state of the world, it is nearly impossible to have normal holiday celebrations due to the inability to both travel and gather in large groups. Although many families were unable to physically gather to celebrate Passover and Easter, some turned to more […]

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Key Club hosts a week-long event to promote community service

Key Club hosts a week-long event to promote community service

Key Club is a very large organization at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where students show leadership and build character by performing various acts of services. Being in Key Club comes with great responsibility and commitment to help the community. Members have the opportunity to […]

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Standing with Pride. Photojournalist Ian Witlen stands in front of his “Anguish in the Aftermath” exhibit at the Coral Springs Center for the Performing Arts on Sept. 26, moments before the opening ceremony begins. Photo courtesy of Chris Zuppa

Ian Witlen’s photography exhibit ‘Anguish in the Aftermath’ opens to public

On Sept. 26, 2019, the Coral Springs Center for the Performing Arts held an opening reception to celebrate the official launch of Ian Witlen’s photography exhibit titled “Anguish in the Aftermath.” Witlen is an internationally published freelance photographer whose clients include, but are not limited […]

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Eagle Regiment invited to perform in London’s New Year’s Parade

Eagle Regiment invited to perform in London’s New Year’s Parade

On Monday, Sept. 16, the Eagle Regiment was formally invited to perform in London’s New Year’s Eve Parade, and possibly the New Year’s Day Parade as well, in London, England for the year 2021. The marching band and color guard members entered the school excitedly […]

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Teachers and students share the advantages of working alongside family members

Teachers and students share the advantages of working alongside family members

For many people, school is a chance to enter a completely different word than the one that they associate with at home; however, this is not the case for certain individuals at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Some students and staff have relatives that also […]

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Nathan Kavanaugh kicks for the student team on March 7 at the FEA hosted student vs. faculty event. Photo by Katrina White

Faculty beats students in annual kickball game hosted by FEA

On Thursday, March 7 at 1:30 p.m. the Future Educators of America club at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School organized a kickball game for faculty and students. English teacher Felicia Burgin is the host of the FEA at MSD. FEA is responsible for hosting projects […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity tennis team defeats Coral Springs High School

On Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 3:30 p.m., the Women’s varsity tennis team played against Coral Springs High School for an away game at Coral Springs High School. The MSD Eagles won all five of their single matches. Rachel Swindler won 8-3 and Alejandra Martinez, Allie Schuller, […]

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MSD students gather to celebrate Friendsgiving and show their appreciation for each other

MSD students celebrate Friendsgiving

A table full of traditional holiday food surrounded by loved ones. This explains Thanksgiving for most people however, in recent years, friends have begun their own tradition for the holiday that seems to be sticking around. Friendsgiving is a trend that has quickly become very […]

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