Tag: Stoneman Douglas High School

[Opinion] America has always been racist, but you had the privilege to ignore it

[Opinion] America has always been racist, but you had the privilege to ignore it

Amid the recent protests in the United States, it has become evident that the American justice system works against minorities, specifically African Americans. From Trayvon Martin to George Floyd, unarmed black men are treated as inferior simply because of their skin color. Regardless of how […]

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The official YouTube channel of Advanced Placement offering students video reviews for any AP class.

How to have aced the online Advanced Placement exams for the 2020 school year

With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing a transition to online school, there have been several changes to end-of-course exams in the United States. While most classes will not have a final or EOC, Advanced Placement exams have continued onward with a few changes. And in these […]

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CollegeBoard's new AP review have not ben as useful as expected for students.

[Opinion] AP reviews are decent study material, but need improvement

With the coronavirus pandemic pushing students into online school for the remainder of the year, the College Board has rushed to keep their end-of-year Advanced Placement exams in place. Each of the 38 AP classes has live review sessions on Youtube and resources meant to […]

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Sophomore Steven Trejos is pictured baking, a hobby he picked up over quarantine.

Day in the life of an online student: Steven Trejos

Steven Trejos is a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. After the coronavirus pandemic caused the 2019-2020 school year to transition online one quarter before school was scheduled to end. Trejos, like many others, had to adapt nearly every aspect of his life to […]

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As the world population is stuck at home due to COVID-19, many are finding entertainment through live-streaming and esports. Photo by Fenthon Aristhomene

Esports and live-stream viewership grow as people are stuck at home

Naturally, being stuck at home with little to no work or school, one would want to find some entertainment. As the COVID-19-induced quarantine rages on, many are finding that entertainment within live-streaming services, particularly esports. Esports are professional competitive matches and leagues for video games. […]

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Democratic Presidential hopeful Joe Biden takes the stage with his wife, Jill, and sister, Valerie, right, during a campaign rally at the Baldwin Hills Recreation Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

[Opinion] A female vice president might be the key to Biden winning the 2020 election

America has gone through a wide variety of changes over the past century from electing its first female congressman in 1917 to electing the first ever African-American President in 2008.  This nation has evolved into an incredibly progressive country, despite its legislative shortcomings. However, there […]

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Staying inside has become more important than ever. Photo courtesy of Bryan Nguyen.

Parents divided on how to protect their children during the COVID-19 pandemic

In the past few weeks, a majority of parents have taken measures to ensure their families are safe from contracting COVID-19. This virus has quickly spread across the globe, and many families are in lockdown. Most families are participating in social distancing by staying home, […]

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Plug in the headphones and get to work.

[Opinion List] What music should you listen to while working out?

Working out is a great escape from the monotony of a school or work day. Not only are you improving your physique and confidence, but going to the gym can bring a healthy avenue to release anger and stress and turn it into serenity. You […]

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David Navarette pictured in the MSD courtyard after practice with the school's Wind Symphony

Day in the life of David Navarrete

David Navarette is a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Balancing both playing the trumpet in the MSD wind symphony band and schoolwork, Navarette’s schedule is full nearly each and every day.  “Sure band is very time consuming along with the rest of my […]

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U.S. President Donald Trump gestures after his remarks about his Senate impeachment trial in the East Room at the White House in Washington on February 6, 2020. Trump said the Chiefs would visit the White House 'very soon.' (Yuri Gripas/Abaca Press/TNS)

What was the point of Impeachment 2020?

On Feb. 5, 2020, President Donald Trump was acquitted in the Senate on both Articles of Impeachment, with the Senate failing to reach a two-thirds majority on either article.  The acquittal is a massive failure for congressional Democrats, who were seeking to oust the president […]

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