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U.S. Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders holds a town hall in Perry, Iowa, on January 26, 2020. (Brian Cahn/Zuma Press/TNS)

March for Our Lives co-founders publicly endorse Bernie Sanders

On Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020, multiple co-founders of the March for Our Lives (MFOL) organization publicly announced their endorsement of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for president. They released a video on various social media platforms elaborating on their decision to put their full support behind […]

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Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl concert evacuated due to weather, leaving many Lizzo and Harry Styles fans disappointed

Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl concert evacuated due to weather, leaving many Lizzo and Harry Styles fans disappointed

On Jan. 31, 2020, excited fans gathered at the Meridian Island venue in Miami to hear infamous artists such as Harry Styles, Lizzo and Mark Ronson perform. The concert was put on by Pepsi and had the special title of the Pepsi Zero Sugar Super […]

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Super Sellers. Local businesses set up tents to sell their products at the Parkland Farmer’s Market on scheduled Sundays from November to April. Photo by Einav Cohen

Local, sustainable companies and farms increase in popularity in Parkland

People are always looking for the next new diet that will lead to weight loss or provide incredible health benefits. Diets and lifestyles gain popularity in waves, with many hopping on the trend that is prominent in the media. Recently, there has been a significant […]

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Social media app “TikTok” rises in popularity among students at MSD

Across the nation, people of all ages and demographics have found themselves absorbed in the world of online trends ranging from comedy jokes to popular dances. Trends like these have created online celebrities, some whom walk the halls at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Many […]

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Students question admissions fairness after cheating scandal

It has long been said that “money can’t buy happiness,” and the same reality is true for those who are involved with manipulating the education system. After news of the major college admissions scandal broke out in March, questions arose regarding how frequently unqualified students […]

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Suicide prevention presentation forms go out in personalization classes

Suicide prevention presentation forms go out in personalization classes

In upcoming personalization periods on Monday, April 8 and Tuesday, April 9, MSD students will attend a presentation on suicide prevention and awareness. Mental health professionals from the Broward County Public Schools Suicide Prevention Program will be the main presenters along with peer counseling students […]

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Nathan Kavanaugh kicks for the student team

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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Local activists create MSD Heroes Challenge to help community heal

Local activists create MSD Heroes Challenge to help community heal

On Saturday, Feb. 23, the inaugural MSD Heroes Challenge will begin for athletes of all age and skill level. The MSD Heroes Challenge was founded last year by local activists Doug Eaton, Manny Mair, Amy Kenny, and Debra Hixon. They created the challenge to bring […]

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MSD alumna Liz Stout creates #17DayofCelebration to honor victims of the shooting

MSD alumna Liz Stout creates #17DayofCelebration to honor victims of the shooting

As the anniversary of the Feb.14 tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School approaches, students from the University of Florida have created a unique and meaningful way to honor the 17 victims. Created by March For Our Lives Gainesville, a student organized branch of the […]

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Proper Form. Coach Julian Wynter-Anderson instructs the swim team on their techniques during their Sept. 28 practice. Wynter-Anderson began coaching five years ago and works alongside Assistant Coach Caitlin Hanley. Photo by Nyan Clarke

MSD swim and dive team welcomes two new coaches

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School swim and dive team is making a splash this season with the addition of two new swim coaches: Julian Wynter-Anderson and Caitlin Hanley. In June 2018, the former head coach,Lauren Rubenstein, was promoted to athletic director at MSD, leaving […]

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