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Junior Olivia Blaker poses with her realistic drawing of a dog.

January’s Artist of the Month: Olivia Blaker

Olivia Blaker, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has been doing art her whole life. She was born in Stony Brook, New York and moved to South Florida when she was a baby. Ever since then, she has grown up in the Parkland […]

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Moms Demand Action speak at the First Presbyterian Church in Tallahassee. Photo by Eniva Cohen

Moms Demand Action attends meetings held in Tallahassee for Advocacy Day

On Thursday, Jan. 23, the Florida Chapter of Moms Demand Action brought 400 volunteer advocates to Florida’s state capital, Tallahassee, where each volunteer advocated for gun safety laws. Busses from all over Florida, including Miami, Orlando, Tampa and Jacksonville, departed early Wednesday morning in order […]

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[Review] Singer Nova Miller releases ‘Do it to Myself’

18-year-old Swedish pop singer-songwriter, Nova Miller, recently released a new single “Do it to Myself.” The single recognizes toxic behavior while show-casing Nova’s retro-pop sound. She is determined to become an anti-emo disrupter in the pop world today. The music may be perceived as dark […]

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[Review] The Academy releases 2020 Academy Award nominations

[Review] The Academy releases 2020 Academy Award nominations

2019 was an innovative and exciting year for filmmaking. It saw prominence with dark, character-driven movies like “Joker” and “The Irishman.” It saw jaw-dropping performances from actors like Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson in “Marriage Story” and Joaquin Phoenix in “Joker.” It also saw the […]

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Students are constantly viewing colleges on social media sites. Photo by Maria Vera

[Opinion] Colleges should be able to use social media accounts to influence admission decisions

Social media, including Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat, requires mature and responsible users in order to make smart decisions and act with respectable behavior. All users need to be fully aware that whatever is posted is seen by everyone forever, whether the post is deleted or […]

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The auditorium was decorated for the holidays with lights and garlands. Photo by Delaney Walker

MSD Concert, Symphonic and Wind Symphony bands host their annual Winter Concert

On Thursday, Dec. 12, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s Symphonic and Wind Symphony concert bands had their annual winter concert.  The holiday concert took place at 7 p.m. in the John Rusnak auditorium with an entry fee of $10 per person. Throughout the show, three […]

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New fence donated and installed at front entrance of MSD

New fence donated and installed at front entrance of MSD

As construction continues on the upcoming 1500 building, additions to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s campus have appeared throughout the school. A new fence around the front entrance is being constructed as a way to increase safety on exterior school boundaries.  The fences were donated […]

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MSD Varsity Hockey powers through Archbishop McCarthy

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is off to a blazing hot start on the ice this year. Through 10 games, the MSD hockey team has amassed seven wins, each more impressive than the next. Nonetheless, MSD picked up where they left off and destroyed Archbishop […]

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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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