Tag: Sofia Osio

[Opinion] The implications of dismissed safety measures for the 2021-2022 school year

[Opinion] The implications of dismissed safety measures for the 2021-2022 school year

Throughout the entirety of the 2020-2021 school year, numerous students, parents and staff have questioned the efficiency of the implemented safety precautions on campus, as well as which ones will be enforced next school year. As COVID-19 statistics continue on a downward spiral with an […]

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[Opinion] Teachers and school staff need to have higher priority for the COVID-19 vaccine

[Opinion] Teachers and school staff need to have higher priority for the COVID-19 vaccine

As of now, the only Florida residents permitted to receive a COVID-19 vaccine are healthcare workers, senior citizens aged 65 or older and long-term care facility staff and residents. The state is not currently allocating vaccines to any other essential professions such as public transport […]

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[Editorial] Schools should teach mandatory life skills like taxes and home economics

[Editorial] Schools should teach mandatory life skills like taxes and home economics

Imagine you have finally completed your high school career and after four years, the only things you have learned is that America has a lifelong tendency of racism, that y=mx+b and that Shakespeare used a lot of figurative language. Unfortunately, for students across the United […]

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[Multimedia] Looking back on 2020

[Multimedia] Looking back on 2020

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[Multimedia] E-Learning raises concerns regarding academic integrity among teachers

[Multimedia] E-Learning raises concerns regarding academic integrity among teachers

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A College Board statement regarding SAT test cancellations. Photo by Iyah Ibrahim

[Opinion] Florida colleges should opt for test-optional admissions for the Class of 2021 and 2022

Since March, a number of universities across the country have opted for test-optional admissions for only 2021 graduates. Due to complications caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many SAT and ACT dates have been postponed or canceled entirely; even in November, it is hard to […]

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Focused on their teachers, these dedicated students conduct their classes in the school gym. Photo by Rayne Welser

Students and teachers share their opinions on safety at school after the COVID-19 pandemic

Beginning on Thursday, Oct. 15, phase two of eLearning was put into action for Broward County Public Schools. Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School endured every rule and procedure that had been heavily discussed. The Broward County district prioritized the safety of their students […]

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[Multimedia] MSD prepares to welcome students participating in e-learning on campus

[Multimedia] MSD prepares to welcome students participating in e-learning on campus

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Student has written their schedule out on their agenda for online school.

Students cope with the pros and cons of online learning

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many schools worldwide have switched to alternative forms of education such as online learning. Since the end of last school year, students and teachers everywhere have been adapting to a new way of learning and teaching while following the […]

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Students are using different communication softwares to stay in contact with friends.

Creative ways students are communicating

  The coronavirus outbreak in the United States has affected many aspects of students’ lives. As students continue to be isolated at home, they are now taking online classes as a new source of education instead of going to their physical schools. Now that students […]

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