• Generation Found Comes to MHS

    by  • December 8, 2016 • 0 Comments

    On December 1st at 7pm in the Jenkins Auditorium, The City of Malden hosted a screening of “Generation Found,” a film profiling the lives of adolescents suffering from alcoholism and substance abuse while navigating their high school careers. The film told a story of academic redemption for teens who attended Recovery high schools, schools...

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    The Encore: The Key to JV’s

    by  • December 8, 2016 • 0 Comments

    On Friday December 2, The Class of 2017 hosted a talent show called “The Key: Encore.” Some of the profits from the event went towards Housing Families, a local non-profit organization that aims to end family homelessness in Massachusetts. Several juniors and seniors displayed their talents by singing, dancing or playing an instrument. The...

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    Movie Night at the Malden Public Library

    by  • December 8, 2016 • 0 Comments

    BY MICHELLE YIN & SARA ZAKARIA On December 7th, the Malden Public Library hosted a movie night, presenting the movie “Love the Coopers”. The time on the event was 6:00 to 7:45, and was hosted in the Maccario Room.  The movie is heartwarming and Christmas spirited. “Love the Coopers” was released on November 13,...

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    Maldenism Club Donates to Respond Inc.

    by  • December 7, 2016 • 0 Comments

    Maldenism Club, a club relatively new to the Malden High School community, has already began making an impact, and continues to do so by collecting donations for Respond Inc., an organization focusing on helping people in domestic violence situations, which the organization calls a “serious public health issue”. The organization works out of the...

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    Swim Profile: Agatha Silva

    by  • December 6, 2016 • 0 Comments

    Agatha Silva, sophomore at Malden High School, is in her second year swimming for the school after starting as a freshman. As a child she swam for the Malden Crocs at the YMCA with her older brother and coming to the high school has helped her recognize her love for swim and has decided...

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    New Teacher Profile: Nierika Nims

    by  • December 6, 2016 • 0 Comments

    BY NEDEN BERNADIN & JEMISHA SYLIANT   This year, Malden High is welcoming back to the English Department, Nierika Nims. Nims is currently teaching Grade 10, 11 and Advanced Placement English Language and Composition. Growing up in Cambridge, Nims was inspired by many teachers who impacted her life and reports that she always enjoyed working...

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    Humans of MHS 12/5

    by  • December 5, 2016 • 0 Comments

      “Change is inevitable. It happens when we least expect it. And even when we do expect it, we’re never really as ready as we think we are. Change; we hate it, but sometimes it’s for the best. Change is the only thing that is promised in life.” #humansofmaldenhigh A photo posted by Humans...

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    American Red Cross Hosts Blood Drive

    by  • December 5, 2016 • 0 Comments

    On Thursday December 1st, Malden High School had it’s annual blood drive. The blood drive, hosted by the American Red Cross, took place in the gym from 8am to 1pm. If you missed your chance to donate blood Thursday, or did not reach the age minimum yet, the Red Cross Club hosts another blood...

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    A Brief History of Basketball

    by  • December 2, 2016 • 0 Comments

    If you ask about favorite sports to people, undoubtedly most of the people have same answer; basketball. The reason behind the popularity of the basketball is its extremely fascinating history. Canadian-American James Naismith is known as the father of Basketball. He invented basketball while teaching at the International YMCA training school in Springfield, Massachusetts...

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    A Look Into the Literary Society

    by  • December 2, 2016 • 0 Comments

    Malden High School reveals the hidden literary talents of its students through its yearly publication of The Oracle, the second-longest running high school literary magazine in the country. The Oracle is published by the Literary Society, a club overflowing with artistry in its celebration of student literature and creativity. The Literary Society meets every...

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    Swim Tryouts 2016

    by  • December 2, 2016 • 0 Comments

    Malden High School students all experience two weeks of pool per semester of Physical Education but the swim season has only just begun for MHS swim enthusiasts, those who plan to dedicate their high school years to the water. Preparing for the season requires grueling practices building up to meets where the MHS team...

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    Indoor Track Coach Profile: David Londino

    by  • December 2, 2016 • 0 Comments

    In 2005, students who did cross country, and indoor and outdoor track gained a coach that would push them, and care for them. 12 years, and 35 seasons of running later, Coach David Londino is still hoping for one last Greater Boston League win. Londino chose to start coaching in his second year teaching...

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    Gymnastics Profile: Max Weng

    by  • December 2, 2016 • 0 Comments

    BY SABRINA MONTEIRO & JOSANDY JEUNE Max Weng, a junior at Malden High School, just recently started gymnastics last year. It’ll be his second year being apart of the gymnastics team. Weng has only been doing gymnastics for two years but has done tumbling and flips for martial arts for twelve. Weng specializes in...

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