Tag: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

Review: “Culture” takes over the music chart

Review: “Culture” takes over the music chart

Fans worldwide have been waiting for the official release of Migos’ new album, “Culture.” Migos has always managed to eschew the rules of mainstream rap and have created unique music of their own that fans go wild for. In the real world, “Culture“ consists of mix tapes and one-offs. Migos had a rough period of time where everything they wrote was […]

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Review: “Shameless” tells a unique story

Review: “Shameless” tells a unique story

In an age of television that consists of nearly perfect families, the Gallagher’s from Showtime’s “Shameless” are a breath of fresh air for viewers everywhere. The Gallagher’s posses a far from ideal family dynamic that allows for a unique plot line that details their lives as they struggle to make ends meet. “Shameless,” created by Paul Abbot, originally aired in the […]

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[Brief] Men’s lacrosse team falls flat to St. Andrews

On Feb. 14, the men’s lacrosse team faced off against St. Andrew’s in the team’s first home game. The Eagles fell flat to St. Andrews with a deflating final score of 4-13. “It was definitely a hard-fought game, but we just didn’t come out on top this time around,” attack Braden Mygatt said. Goals were scored by attacker Sam Bailin, […]

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‘Passengers’ shoots for the stars and reaches them

‘Passengers’ shoots for the stars and reaches them

The cinema has added, yet again, another wonderful film giving viewers a great experience. “Passengers” premiered on Dec. 21, 2016 in theaters worldwide earning a box office total of $14.8 million on premier night and a current box office total of $183.2 million worldwide. The movie consists of many twists and turns and the main actors, Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence, performed […]

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Photo by Kyra Parrow

Grief affects students at MSD

*This story was originally published in the October 2016 Issue of The Eagle Eye.* The news registers slowly, and then all at once. “I’m sorry to tell you this, but _____ has passed away.” Whether it be from a doctor, a guidance counselor, a family member, a friend or even a police officer, the words strike just the same and […]

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Review: ‘The Fosters’ tackles relateable teen issues

Review: ‘The Fosters’ tackles relateable teen issues

The television show “The Fosters“ is nearing the end of its fourth season on the Freeform network with only four episodes left. The show centers around the lives of a family with five kids, four of which are foster children, and their two mothers. The show aired Jun. 3, 2013 and has received various awards since then. It received its […]

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Student dances in Macy’s Day Parade

Student dances in Macy’s Day Parade

Not many people get the opportunity that Marjory Stoneman Douglas sophomore Jessica Popkin received this Thanksgiving. Popkin, along with 697 other girls, danced across the television screens of millions. Popkin was given a once in a lifetime opportunity to perform in the 89th annual Macy’s Day Parade. Last year, Popkin’s dance company, Dance Theatre Company (DTC), submitted a videotape of […]

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The tomb of Fidel Castro at the Cemeterio Santa Ifigenia in Santiago de Cuba on December 4, 2016. (Al Diaz/Miami Herald/TNS)

Students react to Fidel Castro’s death

Fidel Castro, former dictator of Cuba has recently passed away on Nov. 25, 2016. People all around the world have reacted differently towards this event causing some political unrest. In Cuba a large funeral commenced that paraded his body across the country. Hundreds of thousands of Cubans payed their respects to his body. After one week, his ashes were laid […]

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Promo poster for Married at First Sight. The show is aired on FYI.

Review: Married at First Sight worth the watch

Could you imagine marrying someone you have never met? Meeting your husband or wife at the altar is definitely a way to take a chance with love. Three couples on this season of the show “Married at First Sight” did just that. It is an experiment that surprisingly had many candidates willing to marry a complete stranger. The experts interviewed […]

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Speech and debate program undergoes changes

Speech and debate program undergoes changes

MSD’s speech and debate team is ending one chapter, but beginning a new one. Following the departure of the team’s previous director, the program has only just begun to change. The new teacher, Jesus Caro, is excited for all the future progress to be made. The first change came before the school year even started. The classroom was renovated with a new arrangement […]

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