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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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Dominican immigrant Paty Banks cleans donated groceries before bringing them into her home on April 16, 2020 in Long Island, New York. Banks said she hasn't worked in her job as a home health care worker for a month due to the coronavirus crisis. The groceries were purchased by the Democratic Socialists of America in Nassau County, Long Island. (John Moore/Getty Images)

[Opinion list] Ways to help your local health care workers, first responders and medical professionals

Bianca NavasHi! My name is Bianca Navas and I’m a second year writer for the eagle eye. I’m a senior and love writing editorials and news stories.More Posts

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Brothers Josh and Adam Buchwald have created Promise to Humanity to encourage others to continue social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

MSD students create websites and Instagram accounts during the COVID-19 pandemic

With the COVID-19 pandemic isolating many individuals across the world, some have taken the time to create websites and Instagram accounts during quarantine. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students have been involved with this act of community awareness and work in groups of two or […]

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MSD graduation ceremony moves to a virtual platform

MSD graduation ceremony moves to a virtual platform

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many events have been postponed, moved to virtual platforms or even canceled completely. The cancellations of events where a large number of people would normally gather have greatly affected high school seniors. Current seniors at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School […]

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A protester holds up their homemade sign made out of cardboard at the "Fund Our Future" rally in Tallahassee, Florida on Monday, Jan.13.

2020 legislative session allocates $500 million to increase teacher salaries across Florida

With the conclusion of the two-month 2020 legislative session in the Florida state Capitol, the legislature finalized a $92 billion state budget. Within the budget, Florida lawmakers reached an agreement to allocate more than $500 million to increase starting teacher salaries for the 2020-2021 school […]

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Eagle Regiment selects 2020 leadership and holds Zoom training meetings

Eagle Regiment selects 2020 leadership and holds Zoom training meetings

With the ongoing COVID-19 quarantine and the closure of schools, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s Eagle Regiment Marching Band has had a shaky start to its 2020 marching season. Being an extremely physical program, the band faced a few obstacles when converting to online […]

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Sophomore Nicolette Gulla, is preparing to perform at the Orlando Bands of America performance. Photo courtesy of Keith Wechsler.

May’s Musician of the Month: Nicolette Gulla

Nicolette Gulla, a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has been an alto saxophone player for several years. She began in the sixth grade and is going into her sixth year of playing the instrument.   Her older brother, Guido, first inspired her to play. […]

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This is a finished product of the Bill Clinton Swag Trend, featuring country albums. Photo courtesy of Molly Conn.

Music trend ‘Bill Clinton Swag’ spreads on social media

Over the past few weeks, there have been multiple Instagram trends that have spanned over various subjects, including women positivity and pets. The newest trend on social media  is referred to as “Bill Clinton Swag,” and is popular amongst users of all ages.  The challenge […]

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Junior Connor Hagen received a photo of medical staff at Holy Cross Hospital who received his letters.

MSD honor societies and clubs uplift health workers and senior citizens through letters

Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has canceled school for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, honor societies and clubs from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have found ways to support the community. Two of these groups include Key Club and National Honor Society. Members […]

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