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"Trials of Apollo: Tower of Nero" centers around Apollo in mortal form and his battle to defeat his greatest enemies.

Rick Riordan releases the last book in “The Trials of Apollo” series

After years of characters and conflicts, Rick Riordan released the final book in the Camp Half-Blood Chronicles. “The Trials of Apollo: The Tower of Nero” came out on Tuesday, Oct. 6 and is the fifth book in the “Trials of Apollo” series. Although the series […]

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There are a variety of safe festive activities for community members to participate in, including socially distanced pumpkin patches. Photo by Gabriel Uchoa.

Local fall activities for community members to participate in

Fall has arrived, introducing the autumn air, the tasty treats, the line-up of holidays and the variety of festive activities. In past years, people would gather for themed parties, walkthrough pumpkin patches and haunted houses, but this year is different.  Due to the ongoing COVID-19 […]

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Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony announced that two additional deputies have been fired as a result of the agency's internal affairs investigation into the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland at BSO headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on June 26, 2019. (Joe Cavaretta/Sun Sentinel/TNS)

Broward County August Primary Recap: Black candidates sweep county-wide elections

In a year consumed by Coronavirus, racial justice protests and an impending presidential election, voters across Broward County turned out to vote in this year’s Aug. 18 primary election. With changing demographics and racial politics, Black candidates swept the ballot across Broward, with all five […]

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Students experienced major complications with their Canvas pages over the three-day weekend. All classes that had been linked with Pinnacle were no longer visible to students. Photo by Ava Steil

BCPS high school students experience complications with Canvas and Pinnacle

The initial transition period from in-person to online learning has not been without its technical issues. In order to combat basic problems, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School created hotlines for their technology specialists. However, on Sept. 27, students and teachers discovered an issue that was […]

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The term "ACAB" has sparked wide-spread debate over whether or not the phrase is anti-police or simply a critique of the institution.  Graphic by Brianna Jesionowski.

[Opinion] Saying ACAB is justified

This editorial is the opinion of the individual author and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Eagle Eye Editorial Board. As Black Lives Matter protesters take to the streets, new mantras have been created and widely popularized through social media. Among these slogans […]

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The COVID-19 pandemic has prevented student-athletes from getting scholarship offers and being scouted. Graphic by Julia Landy

COVID-19 affects student-athletes’ scholarships and scouting opportunities

This year has been full of chaos in a variety of ways. Since March, COVID-19 has affected students athletes at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, some of whom have spent years working towards earning a collegiate athletic scholarship. Quarterback Matt O’Dowd (4), linebacker Jahrel Wilson […]

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Graphic by Madison Lenard

BCPS urges students to reset their Clever passwords for increased security

On Sept. 9, Broward County Public Schools sent out an announcement both through Canvas and a phone call to parents. The county has requested that students in all grades create a new password in an effort to deter hacks into student accounts. “This is a […]

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Laps. Junior Madison Hockman backstrokes some laps in the pool. “During quarantine when the pools were closed I tried to run every day and do a few workouts as well. Once the pool was open, I went to practice as often as I could,” Hockman said. Photo by Mariajose Vera

Student athletes stay in shape for their upcoming seasons

Playing with their school sports teams has been prohibited to student-athletes attending Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School since March, due to COVID-19 regulations. However, as the fall season is approaching, the Broward County Athletic Department is considering the safety of students and making decisions regarding […]

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Cumber Stadium sits empty, with the decision to play football yet to be put Into action. Photo by Isabelly Silveira

[Opinion] MSD football season should be cancelled

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas football team is highly supported by the MSD staff and students. The school promotes most games, and attendance is usually never low. That does not change the fact that the football season should be avoided and cancelled.  However, this season the […]

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Season 1 of ‘Julie and the Phantoms’ proves incredibly binge-worthy

On Thursday, Sept. 10, Netflix released “Julie and the Phantoms” with a total of nine episodes. In its most basic form, the show is a musical with several episodes directed by Kenny Ortega, who is most well-known for directing “High School Musical.” In a more […]

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