Tag: Karter Cooper

The lack of senior parking is leaving some students without a spot

The lack of senior parking is leaving some students without a spot

On Aug. 2, the senior class announced that senior parking spaces would be available online to purchase at the E-Store. “I have been looking forward to having my own spot since I was a freshman,” senior Karter Cooper said. “I used to drive with a senior to school before I could drive and I had been thinking about parking there […]

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Eagle Regiment places first in the region

Eagle Regiment places first in the region

*This story was originally printed in the December 2016 issue of the Eagle Eye* During the 2016 band season, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Eagle Regiment steadily progressed, obtaining better scores at each competition. For seven months, in preparation for competition season, the band practiced two to four days a week. “Practicing so many days a week is really taxing on […]

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Review: Glyk gelato worth the price

Review: Glyk gelato worth the price

When one is having a late night ice cream craving or is simply just in the mood for a sweet treat, Glyk is the place to go. Open only a few months, Glyk is a quaint Artisanal style gelato shop that immediately puts customers in a feel-good mood. The seating consists of cozy light blue couches and love seats mixed in with […]

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Students had the opportunity to exempt up to three midterms

Students prepare for midterms

Starting Tuesday, Dec. 20, midterm week at MSD begins. Similar to previous years, students are able to exempt up to three different subjects. The criteria for exemption is a “B” or higher for both first and second quarter final grades. Additionally, students are not permitted to exempt exams for AP classes. There was a strict deadline for the exemption form, which had […]

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Sophomores Jenna Weissman and Helena Denny pose for a picture in their Halloween costumes. They dressed up as Mike and Sully from Monsters inc.

Students celebrate Halloween, even as holiday falls on a weeknight

According to the National Retail Federation, Americans spent $2.5 billion on Halloween candy this year. To receive this candy, students, including those at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, stayed up late trick-or-treating Oct. 31. However, as Halloween fell on a Monday this year, the students that participated in the festivities had to wake up early the next day to attend a full […]

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