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  • February 19No school today, Feb. 19 in honor of Presidents' Day
  • February 13MSD to observe a Day of Service and Love tomorrow, Feb. 14 to honor the 17 victims of the 2018 shooting
  • February 5MSD cheer wins runner-up at state competition
  • February 4MSD women's wrestling places first at Broward County Athletic Association Championship; men's places fourth
  • January 31Students to follow PSD schedule on Thursday, Feb. 1; dismissal will occur at 11:40 a.m.
The Student News Site of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

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The Student News Site of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

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Summer Styles. With the summer months quickly approaching, there are a variety of different trends that are perfect for the hot weather. From sundresses to tote bags to more, there are many ways to elevate your wardrobe this summer.

[Multimedia] Summer 2023 trend predictions

Lily Singer, Senior Arts & Leisure Editor and Senior Opinons Editor
April 11, 2023
Social media allows influencers to create creative posts and in turn, grow a following.

[Multimedia] The era of influencers

Lily Singer, Senior Arts & Leisure Editor and Senior Opinons Editor
February 28, 2023
Many students feel the pressure of not only society to side with a political party, but also with their parents. Students should develop beliefs independent of their parents.

Children should form their own political beliefs instead of blindly following their parents

Lily Singer, Senior Arts & Leisure Editor and Senior Opinons Editor
December 14, 2022
Students can make environmentally sustainable choices during the holiday season.

Sustainable season: Simple changes throughout the holidays can minimize waste

Lily Singer, Senior Arts & Leisure Editor and Senior Opinons Editor
December 5, 2022
Kids are trying to look, act, and dress older than they are in a new harmful phenomena

Kids are trying to look, act, and dress older than they are in a new harmful phenomena

Lily Singer, Senior Arts & Leisure Editor and Senior Opinons Editor
November 1, 2022
Covid-19 got in the way of students education and the traditional way of learning. Creating more distractions, students to had more learning gaps that weren’t covered up.

[Opinion] Not enough is being done to help students learn missed information post pandemic

Lily Singer, Senior Arts & Leisure Editor and Senior Opinons Editor
October 28, 2022
Pumpkin time. Throughout the fall season, Trader Joes will be selling many different colors and sizes of pumpkins. The mini orange pumpkin, mini white pumpkin, and mini gourds are all being sold for just 79 cents.

[Review] Trader Joe’s releases a wide range of fall themed items

Lily Singer, Senior Arts & Leisure Editor and Senior Opinons Editor
October 11, 2022
Not everyone remembers to bring cash to school for lunch, especially if theyre in a rush to get here on time. Having a lunch also ensures that students get the right nutrition to think and process information properly.

[Opinion] All students should be provided with free school meals

Lily Singer, Senior Arts & Leisure Editor and Senior Opinons Editor
September 28, 2022
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