[Brief] Men’s varsity basketball loses to Coral Glades

On Friday, Dec. 15, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School men’s varsity basketball team faced another defeat against Coral Glades High School. This will account for their third loss of the season. Although the Eagles had the home court advantage, they failed to protect the nest, losing 47-55. While the two teams remained neck-and-neck for the duration of the game, […]

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Art Basel comes to Miami

For one week, South Beach in Miami is the center of pop culture. What is described as a multicultural event, Art Basel is the epitome of the fashion and art world of Miami. The event was held from Dec. 7 through Dec. 10 in the Miami Beach Convention Center. Although Art Basel was first created in 1970 by Ernst Beyeler, […]

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Pieology opens in Coral Springs

Pieology opens in Coral Springs

Customizable food seems to be all the rage right now, and pizza is just one of the foods people are starting to get crafty with. Instead of the traditional mozzarella, tomato sauce and crust, restaurants like Pieology are putting together unique food combinations with pizza. As a chain restaurant, Pieology first opened a store in Coral Springs, Florida in August […]

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Coral Springs holiday parade promotes holiday spirit

Coral Springs holiday parade promotes holiday spirit

The Coral Springs holiday parade on Dec.13 at 7 p.m. went across Sample Road from Coral Springs Drive to City Hall. Many roads were blocked off for the event to ensure the safety of those viewing and participating in the parade. Police officers were lined up where the blocked roads intersected with Sample Road, and there was parade staff making […]

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Review: “Just The Beginning” marks the start for young Grace Vanderwaal

Review: “Just The Beginning” marks the start for young Grace Vanderwaal

Grace Vanderwaal, a 13-year-old girl who won first place of the 11th season of America’s Got Talent, recently debuted, releasing a new album: “Just The Beginning” on Nov. 3, 2017. Her album soared through the Billboard top 200 albums, peaking at number 22. “Just The Beginning” is comprised of 12 tracks which were all written by her, with “Moonlight” being […]

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Women’s JV basketball team defeats Monarch High School

Women’s JV basketball team defeats Monarch High School

On Friday, Dec. 8, the lady eagles junior varsity basketball team played in their first home game of the season against Monarch High School after already defeating them in the first away game. “We were excited. I told the girls even yesterday to spread it around and tell everyone 4 p.m.,” basketball coach Veronica Ziccardi said. “I think it was […]

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[Brief] Women’s JV basketball team loses to Deerfield Beach High School

On Wednesday, Dec. 13 the lady eagles junior varsity basketball team were defeated by Deerfield Beach High School with a score of 21-9. Leading the team, Chelsea Watts (24) scored a total of three points. Sophia Arvelo (21), Kristina Lingley (34) and Sammy Fisher (4) each scored two points. “We went into the game knowing that they were aggressive,” Fisher […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity soccer wins against West Broward High School

On Monday, Dec. 11, the men’s varsity soccer team won an away game against West Broward High School with a score of 1-0. Both teams were evenly matched in the first half of the game, with neither scoring a goal. Then, midfielder Bruno Sperandio (6) scored the game-winning goal with an assist from team captain Daniel Medeiros (10) in the […]

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Doug Jones, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate seat in Alabama, greets supporters outside the Bethel Baptist Church on election day, Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017. (Brian Cahn/Zuma Press/TNS)

Doug Jones defeats Roy Moore for Alabama Senate seat

On Dec. 12, 2017, Democrat Douglas, or “Doug” Jones was projected to be the winner of the 2017 Alabama special senatorial race by Fox News, the Associated Press and NBC News. His opponent was Republican Roy Moore, who had previously served as a state judge and the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama. The special election was called […]

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Private schools are hurting not helping

Private schools are hurting not helping

Throughout the history of education, private schools have been seen as a place to receive a prestigious education and to get a head start on adulthood ahead of one’s peers, but private schools and the stigma surrounding them have changed in recent years. Students who once received a higher education at such institutions have appeared to trade learning for grades, […]

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