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MSD men’s varsity soccer beats Monarch High School

On Monday, Nov. 25, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School men’s varsity soccer team played in their fourth and best game of the season. The game was against Monarch High School at Cumber Stadium.  It was a crazy, action-packed game with many blocks and a […]

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MSD men’s varsity soccer falls to South Broward High School

On Thursday, Nov. 21, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School men’s varsity soccer team played in their third game of the season. The game was against South Broward High School at Cumber Stadium. The Eagles lost this game 3-1. It was a lackluster performance from […]

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The Eagle Regiment performing their show "A Winter's End" during FMBC state finals. Photo courtesy of the Eagle Regiment Facebook page

Eagle Regiment receives second place at FMBC State Championships

After their first season with a new director and staff, as well as a two-year winning streak, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s Eagle Regiment came in second place at the 2019 Florida Marching Band Championships at Daytona Stadium in Daytona Beach, Florida. The band faced […]

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Parallelism between The Shining and Doctor Sleep. Photos by Warner Bros Pictures

[Review] Doctor Sleep successfully bridges King and Kubrick

Since its release in 1980, Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining has torn fans. After Kubrick strayed too far from Stephen King’s novel, many debated over whether it was a work of art or just a bad adaptation. Stephen King himself publicly disliked the movie and disagreed […]

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[Review] Fairly Frightful and Definitely Delightful: Luigi’s Mansion 3

[Review] Fairly Frightful and Definitely Delightful: Luigi’s Mansion 3

Nintendo’s latest edition of the Ghostbuster-inspired series, Luigi’s Mansion, was released on the very fitting day of Halloween. This is the series’ return to the home console after its previous game, “Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon”, was released mostly on the decommissioned Nintendo 3DS in 2013, […]

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Mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression, are among the reasons that millennials' health is not as good as that of the previous generation, a new report finds. (Dreamstime/TNS)

Mental illness is not a trend

Depression is not uncommon amongst teenagers and older children approaching adolescence. In fact, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, “In the U.S., depression is the leading cause of disability for people over 5 years of age.”  The stress of school and maintaining […]

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Sesame Street celebrates 50 years

Sesame Street Turns 50

It all began 50-years-ago, a friendly community of colored birds, grouches, humans and monsters. Everyone was included and kind to one another, causing the show to become a big hit with families and children throughout the years.   Beginning on Nov. 10, 1969, people grew up […]

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Senior Krystina Masihy works on a collaborative project between French club and Art on Tuesday Nov. 5. Photo by Kelly Cooke

MSD participates in French Week

The French Club, along with their sponsor, French teacher Geemps St. Julien, hosted French Week this year. The activities included several activities each day from Monday, Nov. 4, to Friday, Nov. 8. The focus of French Week is to integrate French culture into the daily […]

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The "Joker" movie cover.

“Joker” gives an inside look of living with mental illness

Rough language, brutal violence and bad vibes are all reasons as to why the Joker is rated R.  Mental health is a person’s condition with regard to their psychological and emotional well being. Fleck, who is otherwise known as the Joker, is introduced with a […]

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"Mayor For A Month" Adam Habona participates in an activity with the fire department.

Adam Habona chosen as “Mayor For A Month”

On Wednesday, Sept. 18, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School senior Adam Habona was selected for Parkland’s “Mayor For A Month” program. Habona serves as Second Vice President of MSD’s Student Government and Co-Executive Director of March for Our Lives Parkland. “Mayor For A Month” is […]

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