Tag: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High

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MSD students share their opinions on online learning

With COVID-19 shutting down schools across the nation, educational institutions have taken precautionary measures by transitioning to online learning. Amongst these schools is Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where teachers and students now educate and learn from the comfort of their homes.  The switch from […]

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Saturday Night Live films episodes from home

On Saturday, April 11, the first at-home Saturday Night Live episode aired with actor Tom Hanks as the host. He introduced this episode from the kitchen of his home. SNL is an American late-night television show which generally airs live from New York City and […]

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U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, right, (D-N.Y.) wears a mask to protect himself and others from COVID-19, known as coronavirus, as he speaks to the press as the senate returns into session at the U.S. Capitol on Monday, May 4, 2020, in Washington, D.C. Photo courtesy of Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images/TNS

[Opinion] COVID-19 has exposed the structural issues of American society

When the year 2020 is looked back upon by historians, it will be defined by the COVID-19 pandemic.  It was around February and March when the novel coronavirus began to impact the daily lives of Americans, leading to widespread lockdown mandates and self-quarantine. The virus, […]

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Many kids have turned to playing video games in order to combat the boredom of quarantine. Photo by Julianne LoFurno

How families are keeping elementary-aged kids entertained during COVID-19

Quarantine has brought up various new challenges that many people must learn to face. From not being able to attend school or work and not seeing any friends or extended family, the most difficult obstacle people must overcome is boredom. Even though this issue affects […]

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University of Michigan students opened a smoothie and acai bowl shop inside the Ross School of Business. Photo courtesy of Sabeen Khan /Sabeen Khan/TNS

[Opinion List] Easy and healthy recipes to try during quarantine

Lily SingerLily Singer is a freshmen who spends her free time hanging out with friends and family and playing with her dog, Maisie. She also likes listening to music, watching movies and playing soccer.More Posts

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Beaches are shut down and nearly empty in Fort Lauderdale on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak.

[Opinion] Please stop going to the beach

During the global coronavirus pandemic, many people are questioning what is considered safe in terms of their surroundings.  Numerous people would deem the beach to be a great place to stay distant from others while also relaxing. The fresh air, sunshine, tepid water and soothing […]

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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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