Tag: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

MSD men’s varsity soccer falls to South Broward High School

On Thursday, Nov. 21, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School men’s varsity soccer team played in their third game of the season. The game was against South Broward High School at Cumber Stadium. The Eagles lost this game 3-1. It was a lackluster performance from […]

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Sophomore Nya Owusu is awarded as the November Athlete of the Month. Portrait by Sam Grizelj

November’s Athlete of the Month: Nya Owusu

Nya Owusu, a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and a member of MSD’s Eagle Regiment color guard, has been selected as November’s Athlete of the Month. Owusu was raised in the Saint Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands and moved to Florida at seven years […]

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Anthony Rizzo’s hosts his 8th Annual Walk-off for Cancer

Anthony Rizzo’s hosts his 8th Annual Walk-off for Cancer

On Sunday, Nov. 24, Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo held his Eighth Annual Walk-Off for Cancer at Pine Trails Park in Parkland, Florida. Rizzo walked and met up with many families, friends and fans. The proceeds from this event will benefit the Joe DiMaggio […]

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The Eagle Regiment performing their show "A Winter's End" during FMBC state finals. Photo courtesy of the Eagle Regiment Facebook page

Eagle Regiment receives second place at FMBC State Championships

After their first season with a new director and staff, as well as a two-year winning streak, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s Eagle Regiment came in second place at the 2019 Florida Marching Band Championships at Daytona Stadium in Daytona Beach, Florida. The band faced […]

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MSD hosts annual Multicultural show

MSD hosts annual Multicultural show

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School held its annual Multicultural show on Friday, Nov. 22 both during and after school. Teachers were able to bring their classes to the auditorium during fifth and sixth period. Tickets for the after school performance were sold $7. Parents, students […]

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MSD men’s varsity soccer loses to Taravella

On Wednesday, Nov. 13, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Men’s varsity soccer team played in their first game of the season. The game was against J.P. Taravella High School at Cumber Stadium.  During the match, there was not much action on the field, as a few of […]

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Parallelism between The Shining and Doctor Sleep. Photos by Warner Bros Pictures

[Review] Doctor Sleep successfully bridges King and Kubrick

Since its release in 1980, Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining has torn fans. After Kubrick strayed too far from Stephen King’s novel, many debated over whether it was a work of art or just a bad adaptation. Stephen King himself publicly disliked the movie and disagreed […]

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[Review] Fairly Frightful and Definitely Delightful: Luigi’s Mansion 3

[Review] Fairly Frightful and Definitely Delightful: Luigi’s Mansion 3

Nintendo’s latest edition of the Ghostbuster-inspired series, Luigi’s Mansion, was released on the very fitting day of Halloween. This is the series’ return to the home console after its previous game, “Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon”, was released mostly on the decommissioned Nintendo 3DS in 2013, […]

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Juniors Alexa Palen and Marianna Gutierrez smile in uniform for their Waterford 5k performance. Photo courtesy of Marianna Gutierrez.

Eagle Regiment members perform at Waterford 5k in Miami

On Friday, Nov. 8, select members of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s Eagle Regiment made their way to Miami to perform at the Waterford 5K. The band cheered on the runners at the start and finish of the popular race. At 6:45 p.m. the 3.1-mile […]

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Orange Ribbons for Jaime's founder Fred Guttenberg dances with the crowd of supporters at the Orange Ribbons for Jaime Dance-a-Thon on Frdiay, Nov. 8. Photo by Kaleela Rosenthal

Orange Ribbons for Jaime organizes its first annual Dance-a-Thon

On Friday, Nov. 8 the non-profit organization Orange Ribbons for Jaime organized its first annual Dance-a-Thon in Parkland. The event was held at the Pine Trails Recreation Center, where Jaime spent the majority of her time.  The nationwide Dance-A-Thon’s main focus was to raise money […]

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