By FELICIA FALLANO
After many years of educating and motivating students to achieve their highest goals, Josephine Altovino is now retiring and saying goodbye to Malden High School. In 1978, Altovino’s career began in Brockton High School. Over the years, she has taught at Tufts University, Forestdale Elementary School, and other schools. However, [...]
By KARINA MATOS
The cold air is here and so is winter. That can only mean one thing, snow. Whether it snows this year or not, here are two crafts that will prepare you for (hopefully) a white Christmas (or Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, etc.).
SNOW GLOBE: (no liquid)
- Mason Jar
By MANALE ZOUHIR & EMMA CEPLINSKAS
Once you pick up clothing and christmas gifts, be sure to save some money for Cyber Monday on Dec. 1, 2013. This is when you can get all of your online goods for an extremely discounted price. This is a good idea if you are planning on purchasing something [...]Continue Reading →
By TENZIN DORJEE
Throughout the season, the New England Patriots have faced many setbacks, but they persevered due to their determination and the rookies that stepped up to fill in the roles left empty by the unfortunate injured. The Patriots played hard each game and rightfully earned their current 7-2 record.
So [...]Continue Reading →
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