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On Feb. 12, MSD will host "A Day of Service and Love" activates on campus. Photo by Rain Valladares

MSD hosts ‘A Day of Service and Love’ for the third anniversary of Feb. 14, 2018

On the three-year commemoration of the 17 lives lost and those injured on Feb. 14, 2018, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School will conduct “A Day of Service and Love” on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021. Staff and students are invited to participate in the activities provided […]

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Identifying your preferred gender pronouns in your social media bio is an important step in creating a more inclusive space for all. Graphic by Madison Lenard

[Editorial] Individuals should put their pronouns in their bios

If you have been on any social media platforms recently, there is no doubt that you have seen users with any variation of he/him, she/her or they/them in their bio. These pronouns signify the gender with which that person identifies with. Introducing these pronouns along […]

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Some MSD students find it challenging to return to their normal schedules after winter break. Photo by Nya Owusu-Afriyie

Students adjust back to online school after winter break

With winter break at an end, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students have spent the week adjusting back to their online school schedules. As established in Phase II of eLearning, students have to be logged into Microsoft Teams by 7:40 a.m. to be ready for […]

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With online learning, ESOL students at MSD have found school to be more difficult. Graphic by Julia Landy

ESOL students face challenges with online learning

Throughout an individual’s life, it is common to move to new places. While some may move merely down the street, others move to entirely different countries. After their move, many will need to learn a new language. Instances like this accounts for the necessity of […]

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Throughout time, racism against Asians has become normalized in American society. Graphic by Ivy Lam

[Editorial] Asians continue to be subjected to racism in American society

Throughout the course of history, many assumptions and stereotypes have been established and continually reinforced for certain ethnicities. In America, racism against Asians has become normalized, even if we haven’t acknowledged it just yet. While seemingly harmless comments about our skin tone have been made, […]

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MSD dancers continue dancing at their studios with safety guidelines set in place.

[Multimedia] MSD dancers adapt their rehearsals and competitions to COVID-19 safety measures

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[Multimedia] Looking back on 2020

[Multimedia] Looking back on 2020

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MSD students experienced spotty WiFi on Monday, Jan. 4. Students and parents were updated throughout the school day via Remind. Photo by Isabelly Silveira

MSD students and teachers experience district-wide WiFi issues on return from winter break

As students and teachers returned back to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, both physically and virtually, the Broward County Public Schools WiFi gave everyone some troubles on their first day back from winter break.  The morning of Monday, Jan. 4, BCPS experienced problems with the […]

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Senior Gabriel Ammirata plays on the marimba for the Eagle Regiment marching band with social distancing guidelines. Photo courtesy of Gabriel Ammirata

Senior Gabriel Ammirata reminisces about his journey with music

Gabriel Ammirata, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has been a musician since elementary school. Growing up in Coral Springs, he was originally zoned for Coral Glades High School but moved to Parkland going into his freshman year where he continued his musical […]

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Senior Jasmine Gola enjoys online learning as it gives her more flexibility throughout the day. Photo by Gabriel Uchoa

A Day in the Life of an online school student: Jasmine Gola

Instead of having to wake up hours in advance, students enrolled in virtual school are able to roll out of bed and open their laptops minutes before the start of class. Students participating in at-home remote learning no longer experience walking across campus from class […]

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