Tag: Sophia Squiccirini

We're Live. Hamzah, Haley Sharpe, and Claire Drake laugh while Chase Rutherford makes jokes during "4freakshow"'s 'sleepover' live stream. Photo by Sophia Squiccirini

‘4freakshow’ makes a huge impact on Generation Z

The “4freakshow” is a live stream broadcasted on the app Twitch, which consists of TikTok stars Haley Sharpe, Chase Rutherford, Claire Drake and HamzahTheFantastic. They mainly use Zoom to communicate with one another, which is very convenient considering they all live in different states and […]

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Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School football team’s receiver group and quarterbacks run passing drills after school on Wednesday, Oct. 13. The team began voluntary conditioning on Sept. 21, and their first game is on Oct. 29 at Coral Springs High School. Photo by Ava Steil

MSD fall sports seasons adjusted according to Phase 3 of BCAA’s plan

Under normal circumstances, fall sports at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School run under set schedules from the beginning of the school year until November. However, this year MSD sports have not been able to progress in the way that they are used to, due to […]

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MLB Drafts Recent Graduate, Coby Mayo

MLB Drafts Recent Graduate, Coby Mayo

*Story is co-written by Sophia Squiccirini and Julianne LoFurno* On Thursday, June 11, former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School baseball player, Coby Mayo, was selected to play for the Baltimore Orioles during the 2020 Major League Baseball draft. He was chosen as the 103rd pick […]

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Quarantine leads to students discovering new hobbies

Quarantine leads to students discovering new hobbies

During quarantine, it could get boring doing the same routine every day. With the newfound free time, students have found new hobbies to add to their daily routines. Throughout the school year, students want to try new things, but never have the time for it. […]

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The NFL shield logo is seen following a news conference held by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston on February 1, 2017. (Tim Bradbury//TNS)

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hosts the NFL 2020 Draft virtually

On Monday, April 6, the National Football League Commissioner, Roger Goodell, announced that the 2020 NFL Draft will be held virtually from home, unlike last year’s NFL draft which was held in Nashville, Tennessee.  This unusual change in the draft format is due to the […]

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[Opinion List] Products that make working out more enjoyable

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While in quarantine, there are a variety of board games to play. Photo by Sophia Squiccirini

[Opinion list] The best board games to play while in quarantine

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Broward County School Board member Dr. Rosalind Osgood and Superintendent Robert Runcie walk towards the media for a news conference on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 to discuss the latest developments with school closures due to coronavirus.

Superintendent Robert W. Runcie announces BCPS schools will remain closed until at least May 1

On Tuesday, March 31, Broward County Public Schools Superintendent Robert W. Runcie held an emergency school board meeting, announcing that all Broward County public schools will be closed until May 1, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 has been spreading throughout Broward County through person-to-person […]

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Students eat lunch at Moe's on a Professional Study Day. Photo by Katrina White and Isabella White

[Opinion List] Grab-N-Go places for students to eat at on a PSD

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New clubs at MSD allow students to voice their political opinions

New clubs at MSD allow students to voice their political opinions

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s Inter-Club Council approved the creation of the Make Our Schools Safe Club during their December 2019 meeting. Shortly after, in January 2020, the ICC granted approval to begin a Change the Ref Club. These two new clubs aid students […]

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