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Senior Kacie Shatzkamer, member of MSD Cheer, is presented with her parents at Cumber Stadium on Senior Night. Photo by Kelsie Yon

Seniors involved in football, cheerleading, color guard and Eagle Regiment say farewell at second football game of the season

An annual tradition at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Senior Night, is an event to say farewell to all the seniors in the Eagle Regiment marching band, football team, cheerleading squad and the color guard. Although in uncertain times, MSD still honored the Class of […]

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Photo by Isabelly Silveira

[Multimedia] MSD students celebrate the holidays in many ways

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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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The Apple iPhone 12 and 12 Pro were released on Friday, Oct. 23, boasting new features like an upgraded camera system and 5G connectivity. Photo courtesy of apple.com

Apple releases the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro

The iPhone 12 was released on Friday, Oct. 23 and prices start from $699. Many are considering the purchase; some feel that the new phone won’t be worth the buy, while others think otherwise. There are many new features with the iPhone 12. When looking […]

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It's the Great Pumpkin. Starbucks now has a limited time offer Great Pumpkin Frappuccino. Photo by Mackenzie Quinn

[Multimedia] Fall foods to try at home

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"Trials of Apollo: Tower of Nero" centers around Apollo in mortal form and his battle to defeat his greatest enemies.

Rick Riordan releases the last book in ‘The Trials of Apollo’ series

After years of characters and conflicts, Rick Riordan released the final book in the Camp Half-Blood Chronicles. “The Trials of Apollo: The Tower of Nero” came out on Tuesday, Oct. 6 and is the fifth book in the “Trials of Apollo” series. Although the series […]

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Season 1 of ‘Julie and the Phantoms’ proves incredibly binge-worthy

On Thursday, Sept. 10, Netflix released “Julie and the Phantoms” with a total of nine episodes. In its most basic form, the show is a musical with several episodes directed by Kenny Ortega, who is most well-known for directing “High School Musical.” In a more […]

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Sarah Crossan’s ‘Moonrise’ is beautifully tragic

The idea of losing someone we love is impossible to fathom. When someone we deeply cherish leaves the earth, people become desperate and attempt anything to save them from the hands of the reaper himself. That’s exactly how Joe Moon reacts when he hears his […]

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Official Super Bowl LIV logo

Super Bowl LIV’s commercials bring various emotions to viewers

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Community gathers in holiday spirit for the winter wonderland event

Community gathers in holiday spirit for the winter wonderland event

The Parkland Shoppes parking lot was filled with holiday lights, giant Christmas and Hanukkah themed decorations, holiday music playing throughout the venue, sweet holiday treats, and any type of food imaginable.  “I think the fake snow was a really cool touch for the little kids […]

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