Tag: travis newbery

Eagle Regiment earns second place at Striking Cobra Invitational

Eagle Regiment earns second place at Striking Cobra Invitational

Everyone knows the good times can’t last forever, and the same applies to the Eagle Regiment. After a great season — first place overall at Falcon Sound, fifth place at BOA Orlando and superior ratings at a Music Performance Assessment — the band received its […]

Read more ›
MSD celebrates football players, cheerleaders and band members at Senior Night

MSD celebrates football players, cheerleaders and band members at Senior Night

Every year, Senior Night provides a fun farewell to seniors of the football team, cheer team and Eagle Regiment marching band. This year was no different, with the 2020 seniors being honored for their contributions to the programs.  Senior Night began with each senior being […]

Read more ›
Drama Club members put on a Monsters Inc. event in the auditorium. Photo courtesy of Sam Grizelj.

Douglas Drama puts on MSD’s Not So Scary Halloween

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Drama Club put on its second annual  “MSD’s Not So Scary Halloween” event on Saturday, Oct. 19, based on the famous Disney event by the same name. Not only was it a small charity drive and club fundraiser, but […]

Read more ›
Eagle Regiment officers pose with their newest trophies.

Eagle Regiment wins Falcon Sound Invitational

With a strong reputation, a lengthy background of accolades and a brand new director, the Eagle Regiment marching band is no stranger to victory. Recently, they participated in their first event of the season and took home all six trophies. On Saturday, Oct. 5, the […]

Read more ›
Daniel Tabares wins first annual Loving Kindness award

Daniel Tabares wins first annual Loving Kindness award

After the shooting that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the community members of Parkland coped in different ways. Many individuals grieved with loved ones, trying to move forward with their lives. However, for junior Daniel Tabares, his coping mechanism was to help people. […]

Read more ›