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Room Renovation. Murals, flexible seating, picnic style tables and inspirational signs add bright decor to room 430. Lysol funded the room makeover after English teacher Brittany Sinitch won their online contest for an extreme classroom makeover worth $5,000. Photos by Nyan Clarke

English teacher Brittany Sinitch gains popularity on social media

English I and Acting I teacher Brittany Sinitch is known for many things — she is an MSD alumna, social media influencer and Dance Marathon guru. Sinitch made her first instagram post as @fivefootoneteacher on Aug. 11, 2017. Since then, Sinitch has made around 240 additional posts and has gained more than 100,000 followers. Sinitch hopes to make a difference […]

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Graphic by Dara Rosen

The Eagle Eye Editorial Board offers advice to the freshman class

Welcome to the next four years of your life. Hopefully, you have had an easy transition to high school thus far, if not, just remember to stay positive — it can only get better. There is no doubt that high school can be an intimidating change; from academic pressures to social struggles, the stress is sometimes all too real. Do […]

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School chairs have negative effects on teenage posture

School chairs have become a hindrance on the health and posture of teenagers. According to a poll by the Pew Research Center, 69 percent of parents believe their schools are not being held to a high standard when it comes to providing healthy lunches and good classroom ergonomics. There are plenty of issues in many American public schools that need […]

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9th and 10th grade Lauren Rower joins MSD staff. Photo by Nyan Clarke

Lauren Rower joins MSD staff as an English teacher

Lauren Rower is a new freshman and sophomore English teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She attended Palm Beach Community College for her Associates degree in arts and went to Florida Atlantic University to receive her Bachelor’s degree in English education. She decided to become a teacher while in college; she originally just wanted an English degree. “My love […]

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Caryola's new project, Crayola Cycle, starts with a box of normal markers.

MSD takes part in Crayola’s new project: Crayola Color Cycle

Dried markers are left untouched for years to pollute the environment. However, with the new Crayola program, ColorCycle, markers are now able to be recycled in the hopes of creating a cleaner Earth. Marjory Stoneman Douglas is taking part in this program as to help make the Earth a better place. The ColorCycle program is targeted towards schools in order […]

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Review: Taylor Swift tour lives up to her reputation

Review: Taylor Swift tour lives up to her reputation

On August 18, Taylor Swift performed at The Hardrock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida on her worldwide stadium tour for her latest album “Reputation.” Reputation is Swift’s sixth studio album and 5th concert tour and the best selling of 2017. It was released on Nov. 10, 2017 through Big Machine Records, a record label based in Nashville, Tennessee. When walking […]

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Class of 2018 ends their year with breakfast

Class of 2018 ends their year with breakfast

On Wed., May 30, seniors returned back to campus to pick up their cap and gown. After patiently waiting in a line extending across the auditorium, leadership hosted a breakfast in the cafeteria. The breakfast consisted of many items such as a variety of bagels, seasoned potatoes and a wall of donuts donated by Jupiter Donuts. Aside from the breakfast, […]

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Taylor Swift begins “Reputation” tour

Taylor Swift begins “Reputation” tour

*Co-written by Dara Rosen and Taylor Yon From May 8 to Nov. 9, Taylor Swift is conducting a worldwide stadium tour for her latest album, “Reputation.” The tour will consist of 51 total shows, ranging from North America to Europe and New Zealand. Swift is a 10-time grammy award winning artist who has made six studio albums with “Reputation” being […]

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Sophomore Rachel Padnis creates patches and stickers to raise money for Parkland community

Sophomore Rachel Padnis creates patches and stickers to raise money for Parkland community

Soon after the tragedy on Feb. 14, sophomore Rachel Padnis felt a strong desire to show her support for the victims’ families and the MSD community. After attending the rally in Tallahassee with her fellow classmates, she realized that being in that type of crowd was not in her interest. However, Padnis still wanted to show just as much consolation […]

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Senior Angelique Meneses and juniors Ethan Rocha and Drew Schwartz get ready to present the final donation total at Dance Marathon on April 2_. Photo by Rebecca Schneid.

[Photo Gallery] Dance Marathon event at MSD raises over $66,000

On Saturday, April 21 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School held its first Miracle Network Dance Marathon. The event took place from 12 to 5 p.m. in the gym on campus. Participants either paid $10 at the door or pre-registered with a team and paid $15 which included a free shirt; participants had a fundraising goal of $100 each. A Miracle […]

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