The Show Must Go On, Even at Marjory Stoneman Douglas
HBO's new documentary Song of Parkland follows drama students in the months after the February shooting.
What Marjory Stoneman Douglas Understood About the Fight for What Is Right
Douglas, the namesake of the high school in Parkland, Florida, where seventeen students and staff members were shot dead a year ago, believed that any effort to hold on to the good and make things a little better was worth it.
What Marjory Stoneman Douglas, My Alma Mater, Should Teach the G.O.P.
School shootings have become a terrible recurring event in our culture. And the political right responds to them with an alarmingly consistent message: saying it’s too soon to discuss gun control after a mass shooting, or that the victims’ families need time to mourn first. It’s all B.S.
An Illustrated Essay: Why I Love the Real Marjory Stoneman Douglas
The spirit and sass of the Parkland school’s namesake live on in the million young anti-violence activists who have risen up since the shooting.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas hero nominated for top award in high school coaching
Aaron Feis, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas assistant coach and security monitor who died a hero during the school’s 2018 mass shooting, has been nominated for one of the most prestigious awards in high school coaching.
100 Marjory Stoneman Douglas students to march on Tallahassee on Wednesday
One hundred students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School will travel to Tallahassee for a Wednesday march on the state Capitol in the first organized protest of their #NeverAgain movement.
How an art museum near Marjory Stoneman Douglas became a hub of healing for a traumatized community
The Coral Springs Museum of Art again has become a space for healing amid news that two survivors of the 2018 mass shooting in nearby Parkland, Florida, took their own lives.
Golf Channel airing segment on how golf has helped some Marjory Stoneman Douglas High students...
Golf Channel’s “Vantage Point with Mike Tirico” will examine uncharted territory Wednesday night.Specifically, how golf has had a
How to Donate Blood to Stoneman Douglas Shooting Victims
As doctors continue to treat victims of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, there is a heightened need for the all blood type, according to OneBlood. The organization says immediate blood needs have been met, but there is...
How to help Stoneman Douglas families
The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s website has suggested ways the public can help their school and staff to heal.
Stoneman Douglas officer was charged for inaction; should 'cowardice' be criminalized?
Scot Peterson, the only armed officer stationed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, during last year's shooting there, was arrested on Tuesday and accused of failing to protect students Peterson's actions - or lack thereof - quickly brought him the nickname "the Coward of Broward" County. But legal experts and officials are wondering whether "cowardice" should be criminalized in the first place The…
Stoneman Douglas DECA Students Take Home Top Awards at International Conference
Marjory Stoneman Douglas DECA which is the eight largest chapter in the world, had 39 members attend the International Career Development Conference in Orlando this year.
Stoneman Douglas student tells 60 Minutes why arming teachers is "stupid"
Emma Gonzalez, a survivor of last month's school shooting in Florida, is fighting for gun safety. But there's one proposal she doesn't want to see implemented
Walkouts, Marches and the Desire to 'Do Something': What You Need to Know About Stoneman Douglas...
After the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, courageous survivors have inspired a groundswell of activism and advocacy. Here's what you need to know—and what you can do, no matter your situation.
9 Reasons Why Not to Arm Teachers: Survivors of the Stoneman Douglas Shooting
The topic of gun control was not a foreign subject to our classrooms, but never once did we believe our school would become the epicenter of this debate. Yet, as we grieve our fallen classmates and staff members, politicians address this as “another mass shooting” and entertain the idea of arming teachers.
Students say they reported threats before Stoneman Douglas HS massacre
Two students told investigators they reported the suspect in the Florida high school shooting to an administrator for making threats but felt they were not taken seriously.
Stoneman Douglas: It was like a country club before the shooting, guard claims
Campus monitor Andrew Medina told authorities about a laid-back culture at the Parkland school, where security was loose and training limited.
The Stoneman Douglas officer was charged with inaction. But should ‘cowardice’ be criminalized?
Lawyers and law enforcement are surprised by the unprecedented case the state has chosen to pursue, and skeptical about whether the prosecution will be successful.
Should Stoneman Douglas building be demolished now, or years from now?
Some in the Parkland community have called it horrific: Why keep making students walk past the fenced-off, three-story building where the massacre happened? Why not immediately demolish it?
Students and staff recount what happened inside Douglas high school
Students and faculty talk about the moments when a shooter entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and opened fire.