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Oxfam Hunger Banquet sheds light on poverty

Oxfam Hunger Banquet sheds light on poverty

Hunger around the world is a prevalent issue around the world. The DECA chapter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School decided to reach out to the less fortunate in the community by organizing an event that served food, with social hierarchy in mind. The Oxfam Hunger Banquet was held in the MSD cafeteria on Feb. 10, 2017 from 3-5 p.m “Two […]

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Students flock to Chick N’ Treats for bubble tea

Students flock to Chick N’ Treats for bubble tea

A new trend to the Parkland/Coral Springs area is rapidly increasing in popularity: bubble tea. Bubble tea, also known as pearl milk tea, boba milk tea, boba juice or boba, is a Thai tea-based drink invented in the 1980s. Most bubble tea recipes contain a tea base mixed with fruit or milk, to which chewy tapioca balls or fruit jellies […]

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Men’s soccer closing in on another undefeated season

Men’s soccer closing in on another undefeated season

After coming off of a successful season last year, going undefeated with a record of 16-0-4, and making it all the way to the Regional Semifinals before losing to eventual State Champion Boca Raton Community High, then-junior midfielder Felipe Linares said to “Expect great things” from Douglas Soccer. And so far, they haven’t disappointed. Currently ranked 15th in the state and […]

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Review: Glyk gelato worth the price

Review: Glyk gelato worth the price

When one is having a late night ice cream craving or is simply just in the mood for a sweet treat, Glyk is the place to go. Open only a few months, Glyk is a quaint Artisanal style gelato shop that immediately puts customers in a feel-good mood. The seating consists of cozy light blue couches and love seats mixed in with […]

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Douglas Breezes By West Broward to Win First Game of 2016

Douglas Breezes By West Broward to Win First Game of 2016

With cars backed out miles down Holmberg just to enter the parking lot, the wide stands of Cumber Stadium filled up rapidly with extensive time to spare before the 7:00 p.m. kickoff. The season-opening game had been hyped up for several days, leading up to bright stadium lights shining with full-force on the packed crowd tensely awaiting the Eagles’ entrance. […]

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Fire trucks lining up in front of Marjory Stonemason Douglas on May 24th, 2016

School evacuated after reported gas leak

After the last bell rang to dismiss students from school on Tuesday, May 24, things began to get a little strange at Marjory Stoneman Douglas. “I didn’t even notice it until the announcement came on after school telling us to leave,” Guidance Secretary Amy Pena said. “When I walked outside and noticed that the smell was so strong, I was […]

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Douglas Baseball Wins State Title For First Time in School History (Multimedia)

Douglas Baseball Wins State Title For First Time in School History (Multimedia)

With a 90ºF, clear blue afternoon sky to set the scene in Fort Myers, Florida, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Eagles stepped onto the foreign green turf of JetBlue Stadium yesterday for a game few had expected them to reach: the State Championship Final. The game marked the peak of what has been a historic season for the Eagles, as along with […]

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Varsity Baseball Team Advances to State Championship Game (Tweets)

Despite having one of the toughest playoff schedules in the entire state, Marjory Stoneman Douglas’s own Eagles have advanced farther than any other baseball team in school history, showing time and time again on their historic run why they have earned the #1 ranking in the entire nation. Now, after defeating #22 ranked West Orange 3-2 in the Class 9A State Semifinals in Fort Myers, […]

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Jeter Wins Teacher of the Year

Jeter Wins Teacher of the Year

On October 13th, our very own astronomy teacher, Mr. Jeter, was declared “Teacher of the Year”, and he could not be any happier. “It is a wonderful feeling to be recognized by my peers,” Jeter said, “especially because of the tremendous respect that I have for my colleagues.” The way the process works is that all of the school’s faculty […]

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