Tag: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High

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Trending on the Internet: Week of Mar. 2

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Trending on the Internet: Week of Feb. 24

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French teacher Geemps St. Julien and ESE Specialist Joanne Wallace participate in the first teacher art class hosted by Randee Lombard. Photo by Avery Stout

MSD art teacher Randee Lombard introduces art classes for teachers

On Wednesday, Feb. 26, art teacher Randee Lombard began her series of art classes for teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. In her time after school, Lombard frequently sketches and paints in her classroom. One day, she decided to share and teach her passion […]

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Trending on the Internet: Week of Feb. 17

Trending on the Internet: Week of Feb. 17

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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 Dinh 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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"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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Iowa Caucus goers raise their hands. Caucus-goers raise their hands to be counted during the caucuses at Stephen Auditorium Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, in Ames, Iowa. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Opinion: Iowa Caucus disarray spells disaster for democracy

There are three things that you can count on every four years: death, taxes and the Iowa Caucus kicking off the primary season without issue.  Or can you? Election after election, Iowans would funnel into polling places across the state and participate in an antiquated, […]

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Super Bowl LIV’s commercials bring various emotions to viewers

Mackenzie QuinnMackenzie is a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas and an assistant editor for The Eagle Eye. She plans to major in journalism and cinema studies.More Posts Follow Me:

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