Tag: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

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MSD students share their opinions on online learning

With COVID-19 shutting down schools across the nation, educational institutions have taken precautionary measures by transitioning to online learning. Amongst these schools is Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where teachers and students now educate and learn from the comfort of their homes.  The switch from […]

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Saturday Night Live films episodes from home

On Saturday, April 11, the first at-home Saturday Night Live episode aired with actor Tom Hanks as the host. He introduced this episode from the kitchen of his home. SNL is an American late-night television show which generally airs live from New York City and […]

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At the senior drive-by that took place on Saturday, March 30, MSD DECA President Mandi Jaffe and her brother Harris Jaffe received their graduation stoles and a DECA blanket.

MSD DECA holds a drive-by celebration for their seniors at Pine Trails Park

On Saturday, May 30, DECA seniors from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were invited to drive by Pine Trails Park to be celebrated by fellow officers and DECA teachers. The event took place at 11 a.m. and required participants to wear masks amid the coronavirus […]

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U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, right, (D-N.Y.) wears a mask to protect himself and others from COVID-19, known as coronavirus, as he speaks to the press as the senate returns into session at the U.S. Capitol on Monday, May 4, 2020, in Washington, D.C. Photo courtesy of Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images/TNS

[Opinion] COVID-19 has exposed the structural issues of American society

When the year 2020 is looked back upon by historians, it will be defined by the COVID-19 pandemic.  It was around February and March when the novel coronavirus began to impact the daily lives of Americans, leading to widespread lockdown mandates and self-quarantine. The virus, […]

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June’s Artist of the Month: Nicole Meoni

June’s Artist of the Month: Nicole Meoni

Nicole Meoni, a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, considers herself a very happy, artistic and hard-working student. She loves to practice various art pieces, such as paintings and drawings, in her free time. Meoni first discovered her love for art in elementary school […]

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Many kids have turned to playing video games in order to combat the boredom of quarantine. Photo by Julianne LoFurno

How families are keeping elementary-aged kids entertained during COVID-19

Quarantine has brought up various new challenges that many people must learn to face. From not being able to attend school or work and not seeing any friends or extended family, the most difficult obstacle people must overcome is boredom. Even though this issue affects […]

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The official YouTube channel of Advanced Placement offering students video reviews for any AP class.

How to have aced the online Advanced Placement exams for the 2020 school year

With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing a transition to online school, there have been several changes to end-of-course exams in the United States. While most classes will not have a final or EOC, Advanced Placement exams have continued onward with a few changes. And in these […]

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Dominican immigrant Paty Banks cleans donated groceries before bringing them into her home on April 16, 2020 in Long Island, New York. Banks said she hasn't worked in her job as a home health care worker for a month due to the coronavirus crisis. The groceries were purchased by the Democratic Socialists of America in Nassau County, Long Island. (John Moore/Getty Images)

[Opinion list] Ways to help your local health care workers, first responders and medical professionals

Bianca NavasHi! My name is Bianca Navas and I’m a second year writer for the eagle eye. I’m a senior and love writing editorials and news stories.More Posts

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MSD color guard seeks new members for upcoming season

MSD color guard seeks new members for upcoming season

Throughout the first week of May, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Color Guard began posting on Instagram about why people should join as a way to kick start their own spirit week. Color guard requires a lot of dedication and commitment, so they are […]

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Seniors Leni Steinhardt and Brianna Fisher hang out from a safe distance to each other

Students find ways to hang out with friends while staying six feet apart

With the coronavirus pandemic forcing many friends and family to stay socially distant from one another, there has been a surge in ideas for how people can interact in person while staying safe.  Maintaining social distance measures—avoiding physical contact and keeping at least six feet […]

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