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America Runs on Sports: Sports have a heavy impact on American society

America Runs on Sports: Sports have a heavy impact on American society

Since the mid-1800s, Americans have been obsessed with the idea of competitive sports. It began with the introduction of baseball, famously deemed “America’s pastime,” and has only increased in popularity since then with the creation of the NFL, MLB and NBA. Sports have influenced American […]

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Photo illustration by Nyan Clarke

MSD students choose alternative post-graduation routes

For many students, the end of high school means the beginning of the next chapter of their lives: college. However, some students today are breaking from the traditional four years of school and taking an alternative route. Whether this includes heading into the military, taking […]

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Portrait by Nyan Clarke

Low teacher pay hurts both teachers and students

Guest editorial by English teacher Katherine Posada. Ask just about anyone, and they’ll tell you that teachers deserve to be paid more. Teachers are creating the future, they’ll say; we wouldn’t have doctors, lawyers or scientists if we didn’t have teachers. Politicians win elections by […]

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Average salaries for Florida teachers amongst lowest in the United States

Florida is sinking in the national teacher salary ranking. According to the National Education Association’s annual report on teacher salaries, the Sunshine State has dropped from 45th in 2018 to 46th in the United States in 2019.  The average salary of a teacher in Florida […]

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Students question admissions fairness after cheating scandal

It has long been said that “money can’t buy happiness,” and the same reality is true for those who are involved with manipulating the education system. After news of the major college admissions scandal broke out in March, questions arose regarding how frequently unqualified students […]

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[Photo Galleries] The Eagle Eye documents the DC March For Our Lives through photos

[Photo Galleries] The Eagle Eye documents the DC March For Our Lives through photos

*These galleries will begin to be updated by 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 24, 2018 Photo Gallery by Suzanna Barna  Photo Gallery by Kevin Trejos Photo Gallery by Emma Dowd Mobile Phone Gallery by The Eagle Eye staff  The Eagle EyeMore Posts – […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity soccer defeats Spanish River High School

On Thursday, Dec. 5, the men’s varsity soccer team secured their third win of this week and ninth consecutive win of the season with a 2-1 win against Spanish River High School. Both teams were neck-and-neck in the first half of the game, with neither […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity soccer defeat Boca Raton High School

[Brief] Men’s varsity soccer defeat Boca Raton High School

  The men’s varsity soccer team triumphed over their district rivals Boca Raton High School with a score of 4-0 on Tuesday, Nov. 28. Striker Daniel Medeiros (10) was selected as player of the game with two goals, while midfielders Bryan Herrera (21) and Jean […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity soccer team defeats Coral Glades High School

[Brief] Men’s varsity soccer team defeats Coral Glades High School

In their first game after the Thanksgiving holiday, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School men’s varsity soccer team defeated Coral Glades High School in an away game with a score of 3-0 on Monday, Nov. 27. Daniel Medeiros (10) was selected as “player of the […]

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[Brief] Men’s varsity soccer team snag first victory against Hallandale High School

On Wednesday, Nov. 15, the men’s varsity soccer team conquered their first game of the season with a 6-0 win against Hallandale High School. Daniel Medeiros (10) was selected as player of the game by coach Phil Lamarre, scoring three goals in the first half […]

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