Tag: Ivy Lam

Black History Month

[Multimedia] Individuals nationwide recognize Black History Month every February

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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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On Feb. 12, MSD will host "A Day of Service and Love" activates on campus. Photo by Rain Valladares

MSD hosts ‘A Day of Service and Love’ for the third anniversary of Feb. 14, 2018

On the three-year commemoration of the 17 lives lost and those injured on Feb. 14, 2018, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School will conduct “A Day of Service and Love” on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021. Staff and students are invited to participate in the activities provided […]

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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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MSD dancers continue dancing at their studios with safety guidelines set in place.

[Multimedia] MSD dancers adapt their rehearsals and competitions to COVID-19 safety measures

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Senior Gabriel Ammirata plays on the marimba for the Eagle Regiment marching band with social distancing guidelines. Photo courtesy of Gabriel Ammirata

Senior Gabriel Ammirata reminisces about his journey with music

Gabriel Ammirata, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has been a musician since elementary school. Growing up in Coral Springs, he was originally zoned for Coral Glades High School but moved to Parkland going into his freshman year where he continued his musical […]

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BCPS launches a new app, T.A.L.K., to promote the safety and emotional well-being of students. The platform allows students to request help when it comes to abuse or mental health issues.

BCPS introduces app for students to connect with mental health professionals or report abuse

Mental health covers our emotional, psychological and social well-being, affecting the way we think, feel and react. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic shifting the lives of millions of students and thus impacting mental health, more resources have been introduced to schools to combat these arising […]

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Seniors from the Hospitality Entrepreneurship class at MSD have started their own company. Photo courtesy of Annie Pretner

Seniors from MSD Hospitality Entrepreneurship class create ‘Smile Senders’ company

Every year, seniors in the Hospitality 4 class at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School start their own company. These seniors are part of the Junior Achievement Fellows program, which holds a competition with various schools given the task of creating and carrying out their own […]

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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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The Life and Legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

[Multimedia] The Life and Legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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