Tag: Sam Grizelj

During the Oct. 11, 2019 pep rally at MSD, the senior students applauded and cheered for their school. Photo by Sam Grizelj

[Opinion] The loss of senior year is crushing to many

Twelve years. Twelve years of hard work. Twelve years of stress. Twelve years of studying. Twelve years of late nights. Twelve years of falling asleep with our textbooks open and homework scattered across the bed. Twelve years of late-night projects and essays. Twelve years of […]

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There are many activities that can be attended from home, such as virtual college tours and concerts. Graphic by

[Opinion List] Different online events you can attend from home

Joyce HanJoyce is a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She plays tennis and loves food and music.More Posts

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[Opinion List] Books to read during the quarantine to get a vacation from reality

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[Opinion List] Best music to study to

Mackenzie QuinnMackenzie is a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas and an assistant editor for The Eagle Eye. She plans to major in journalism and cinema studies.More Posts Follow Me:

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Cover of Dry by Neal and Jarrod Shusterman

[Review] “Dry” by Neal Shusterman is an eye opening novel about reality

Where water runs dry and the true nature of neighbors come to life, only one question remains: how does one survive a waterless apocalyptic society without dying? In “Dry” by Neal Shusterman, join the main protagonists -Alyssa, Garrett and Kelton – as they attempt to […]

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Sophomore Andres Barraza poses for a portrait photo. Photo by Sam Grizelj

January’s Athlete of the Month: Andres Barraza

Andres Barraza, a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, is a dedicated golf player. Barraza was born in Monterrey, Mexico and moved to Florida at six years old. He first began playing golf with his dad as a weekend activity, but ended up continuing […]

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Cover for Preston Norton's novel, "Neanderthal Opens the Door to the Universe"

[Review]: “Neanderthal Opens the Door to the Universe” is not as powerful as it seems

Imagine this: the most popular person in school comes back from the hospital and claims that God told them that they need to work with the high school loser in order to make their high school suck less than it already does. Are they willing […]

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City of Parkland hosts Family Fun Fest at Pine Trails Park

City of Parkland hosts Family Fun Fest at Pine Trails Park

From Friday Jan.10 to Sunday Jan. 12, a carnival took place at Pine Trails Park and offered a variety of rides, treats, and activities.  Wristbands were on pre-sale beginning on Thursday, Jan. 2 at 10:00 a.m. at the P-REC and the Tennis Center at Quigley […]

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Editorial Cartoon by Leah Ronkin

Gender-neutral bathrooms provide a safe space for those who do not identify as cisgender

Whether you are male or female, using a public restroom may appear to be a simple task. However, for those who identify as transgender or gender-nonconforming, deciding whether to use the male or female restroom is a living nightmare, proving to be not only stress-inducing, […]

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