Tag: Stoneman Douglas

"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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[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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The three DECA officers in charge of Middle School Relations practice their presentation before a meeting.

MSD’s DECA in the Middle program connects with local middle school students

At Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a program called DECA in the Middle has recently been introduced to both the high schoolers at MSD and local middle schoolers at Westglades Middle School. The sole purpose of the program is to educate middle schoolers on the […]

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Broward County Public Schools give students the option to stay-at-home or attend physical school.

[Opinion] Broward County Public Schools should not reopen for face-to-face instruction

With the COVID-19 pandemic in full force, there is no reason why Broward County Public School students should resume face-to-face instruction during the coronavirus pandemic.  After completing an entire month of online school, the Broward County Public Schools Superintendent Robert W. Runcie was pressured by […]

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Physical textbooks and online textbooks are both being utilized this school year. Each version has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Photo by Destiny Cazeau

[Opinion] Physical textbooks are better than online textbooks

Since the COVID-19 pandemic started, schools across Broward County, including Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, have switched to virtual learning. As a result, the use of online textbooks for school has undoubtedly increased.          Physical and online textbooks essentially do the same job of providing students […]

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[Opinion] American media has perfected the art of demonizing children of color

[Opinion] American media has perfected the art of demonizing children of color

In America, minorities are victims of dehumanization and criminalization, especially in the news. The media perpetuates a false narrative that negatively impacts the perception of colored youth. As shown on multiple occasions, children of color are depicted as thugs or gang bangers, and oftentimes have […]

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Lin-Manuel Miranda and Philipa Soo acting as Alexander and Eliza Hamilton in the Disney Plus version of the Broadway show, “Hamilton”. Photo courtesy of Disney Plus

Four years after its Broadway debut, ‘Hamilton’ is still relevant in pop culture

Rap songs, a history lesson and viral trends galore. “Hamilton” has taken the world by storm. Created by the well-known actor, producer and singer, Lin-Manuel Miranda, the musical “Hamilton” originally debuted on Broadway in August 2015. Since then, the show has become a world-wide sensation, […]

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Many colleges opt to allow students whether or not they want to submit their test scores. Graphic by Madison Lenard

Seniors complete their college applications amidst ongoing pandemic

As the 2019-2020 school year at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School abruptly shifted to remote learning, the class of 2020 experienced various milestones in unusual ways; either at home or socially distanced. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it seems as if the class of […]

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The term "ACAB" has sparked wide-spread debate over whether or not the phrase is anti-police or simply a critique of the institution.  Graphic by Brianna Jesionowski.

[Opinion] Saying ACAB is justified

This editorial is the opinion of the individual author and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Eagle Eye Editorial Board. As Black Lives Matter protesters take to the streets, new mantras have been created and widely popularized through social media. Among these slogans […]

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Senior Brianna Jesionowski completes schoolwork at her organizes a designated study setup. Photo by Makayla Jesionowski

Students adjust workspaces and develop study techniques to aid them with online learning

   Completing the usual workload while sitting at a desk with your teacher helping you. School norms include a variety of books and resources physically accessible and the ability to communicate with your peers in a classroom setting. Now, class begins and you are in […]

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