Tag: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

Trending on the Internet: Week of Feb. 17

Trending on the Internet: Week of Feb. 17

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MSD women’s varsity lacrosse team defeats John I. Leonard High School

On Wednesday, Feb. 19, the MSD women’s varsity lacrosse team played their first game of the season against John I. Leonard High School. The game began at 5:00 p.m. The game ended in MSD winning 20-0. “We all played really great, and even though it […]

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Sarah Crossan’s “Moonrise” is beautifully tragic

The idea of losing someone we love is impossible to fathom. When someone we deeply cherish leaves the earth, people become desperate and attempt anything to save them from the hands of the reaper himself. That’s exactly how Joe Moon reacts when he hears his […]

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Trending on the Internet: Week of Feb. 10

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Mina Dihn stands in front of her mural at the media center. Photo courtesy of Renee Lombard

Freshman Mina Dihn paints mural in front of the media center

Freshman Mina Dinh walked onto the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School campus and wondered why there was so much white space. Dinh has been interested in art since she was very young. Her mother always supported her art and even helped her learn new techniques. […]

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MSD administration offers rewards for information about damage caused in school restrooms

MSD administration offers rewards for information about damage caused in school restrooms

During the school day on Monday, Feb. 10, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students were shocked when MSD Principal Michelle Kefford delivered an announcement over the school-wide intercom during third period, which alerted students to a growing problem here at MSD. This important message shed […]

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High school students are sleep deprived

High school students are sleep deprived

 Throughout high school, students struggle to balance assignments, extracurriculars and clubs, while also preparing themselves for young adulthood. Since all of these extra activities take hours of work and energy, students are required to put in the effort on a daily basis to stay on […]

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DECA goes to Universal for ‘The Profit’ Business-Learning Series

DECA goes to Universal for ‘The Profit’ Business-Learning Series

On Friday, Jan. 31, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School participated in the Profit DECA trip. They departed MSD at 4 a.m. for Universal Studios located in Orlando and returned at 11 p.m.  DECA, which stands for the Distributive Education Clubs of America, is a co-curricular […]

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"For Which We Stand" by Jeff Foster, AP Government teacher, is to be released on Sept. 1. Photo courtesy by Scholastic

AP government teacher Jeff Foster publishes the book “For Which We Stand: How Our Government Works and Why It Matters”

AP Government teacher Jeff Foster has written a book on government. The book, entitled “For Which We Stand: How Our Government Works and Why It Matters,” is aimed at 8-14-year-olds and is intended to give an overview of the way the U.S. government works. It […]

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Bolay promotes for their opening by handing out samples to MSD students during lunch on Feb. 5. Photo by Darian Williams

Bolay restaurant gives out free samples during lunch in the main courtyard

On Wednesday, Feb. 5, Bolay visited the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School campus during both lunches and gave out free samples in the courtyard. Bolay is a health-based restaurant that aims to redefine “fast-casual” dining. Their menu consists of three different size bowls: kids, small […]

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