Tag: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

Fantasy-thriller, “House with a Clock in Its Walls,” leaves viewers mesmerized

Fantasy-thriller, “House with a Clock in Its Walls,” leaves viewers mesmerized

On Sept. 21, The House with a Clock in Its Walls made its debut on the big screen. It is based on John Bellairs’s novel of the same name, which is part of a 12 book series. The film starred Jack Black, Cate Blanchett, and Owen Vaccaro as characters Jonathan Barnavelt, Florence Zimmerman, and Lewis Barnavelt respectively. It was directed […]

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Junior Juliette Hoffiz practices yoga in the courtyard during lunch

MSD celebrates peace week

The International Day of Peace is celebrated on Sept. 21, however, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is making the celebration a week long event called Peace Week. During this week, there were different activities occuring while the students were at school. “As the sponsor of Politics Club, I am always looking for positive things that the club can get involved […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity cross country team places first in meet

On Sept. 17, the women’s cross country team competed in a meet held at Tradewinds Park, in Coconut Creek. The meet started at 4 p.m. The team competed against Coral Springs High School, Coconut Creek High School, Coral Glades High School, Coral Springs Charter, Coral Springs Christian Academy, Monarch High School and J.P. Taravella High School. Both the women’s and […]

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Remembering 9/11 at MSD

Remembering 9/11 at MSD

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Marine Biology teacher Caitlin Hanley helps a student.

MSD welcomes new Marine Biology teacher Caitlin Hanley

Many new teachers were welcomed with open arms for the 2018-2019 school year at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. One of these new teachers included former MSD substitute, Caitlin Hanley. Now teaching Marine Biology, Hanley enjoyed her experience as a substitute and found the students to be exceptional. Before becoming a teacher, Hanley graduated from Pompano Beach High School and […]

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Caryola's new project, Crayola Cycle, starts with a box of normal markers.

MSD takes part in Crayola’s new project: Crayola Color Cycle

Dried markers are left untouched for years to pollute the environment. However, with the new Crayola program, ColorCycle, markers are now able to be recycled in the hopes of creating a cleaner Earth. Marjory Stoneman Douglas is taking part in this program as to help make the Earth a better place. The ColorCycle program is targeted towards schools in order […]

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Women in tennis unfairly punished due to misogynistic regulations

Women in tennis unfairly punished due to misogynistic regulations

Cases in the media are unveiling the strange rules that official female sports players must follow. The most recent incident was at the US Open involving tennis player Alizé Cornet, who decided to leave the court to change her shirt during a 10 minute cool down in the middle of her match against Johanna Larsson. After realizing she had put […]

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Charlie Puth performs at the Fillmore Miami Beach on Oct. 4, 2016 in Miami Beach, Fla.  (Ace Pictures/Zuma Press/TNS)

Charlie Puth Shines Bright with Concert at Coral Sky Amphitheater

On Sept. 1, Charlie Puth performed at the Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, Florida for his 33rd and final concert of the “Voicenotes” tour in America.         “Voicenotes” is not only the name of Charlie Puth’s third concert tour but also the name of his latest album which was released on May 11,2018 and is Puth’s second studio […]

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MSD Eagle Regiment performs "Beyond" on the football field. Photo by Brianna Jesionowski

Eagle Regiment starts off new season with Pops and Pies fundraiser

  *Co written by Kaleela Rosenthal and Brianna Jesionowski On Friday, Aug. 31, the MSD Eagle Regiment started off their annual fundraising event, Pops and Pies. They performed their show “Beyond” on the home football field at 6:30 p.m. for the first time this season. The event was later moved to the cafeteria where soda “pops” and pizza “pies” were served, hence […]

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Hailey Jacobsen and Em Jiminian paricipating in Wacky Wednesday. Photo by Nyan Clarke

Students get excited for the annual Wacky Wednesday

On Wednesday Sept. 5, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Student Government hosted the annual “Wacky Wednesday” for spirit week leading up to homecoming this weekend. A popular trend amongst students was tye-dye and neon colors, along with glitter, head bobbers and colorful accessories. Lunch time activities hosted by leadership occurred during both lunches and games such as musical chairs, corn hole […]

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