• About Ailin Toro

    Ailin Toro Beltran is a sophomore at Malden High School and is returning to the Blue and Gold for her second year as staff. Beltran mainly joined the Blue and Gold due to her interest in writing. This year, she plans on specializing in local news. Some other hobbies within school that Beltran participates in include Key Club and Leadership and Mentorship Club. Outside of school, she likes to hang out with friends and watch movies. Her favorite genre of books are comedies and memoirs. Beltran also like to watch shows like Bob’s Burgers, Grey’s Anatomy, and Big Brother. She enjoys listening to pop music and her favorite music artist is Troye Sivan.

    Class of 2020 Elections

    by  • March 31, 2017 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    On March 24th, the class of 2020 voted for their class officers. The winners were Tenzin Shakya as President, Christine Nguyen as Vice President, Brenda Dias as Social Media Coordinator, Debora De Souza as Historian, Jacky Luong as Treasurer, and Olivia Santangelo as the Secretary. The advisor for their class is Holland House guidance...

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    A Look Into Hobby Club

    by  • March 24, 2017 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    Hobby Club has been a club offered here at Malden High School since around last September. In full disclosure the president and founder of the club is Blue and Gold editor-in-chief Tenzin Dorjee. The rest of the officers of the clubs are also seniors, specifically co-vice presidents Gus Brookes and Tyler Ashworth, treasurer Joseph...

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    Writers Den to Publish My Malden, My Self

    by  • March 17, 2017 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    Recently, English teachers have been encouraging their students to submit essay submissions for the chance to be in the first edition of anew Writers’ Den publication. This title for this year’s publication is My Malden, My Self , and will feature essays that students based off of their own selfies. The idea to make...

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    A Look Into Everything Club

    by  • March 9, 2017 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    Everything Club is a new, recently formed club here at Malden High. It was formed by sophomores, Sarah Marinho, Samantha Duragano, and Blue and Gold member Neden Bernardin, with its advisor being an English teacher, Pasquale DiBenedetto. Every week the club focuses on a different topic or theme which they discuss or do activities...

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    MHS Alumni Profile: Teddy Louis Jacques

    by  • December 21, 2016 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    BY AILIN TORO & MAN NGUYEN  Teddy Louis Jacques is a Malden High Alumni from the Class of 2007 and an active member in the Malden Community. He is currently enlisted in the United States Army and Massachusetts Army National Guard and has recently come home from a deployment. Louis-Jacques completed his Basic Combat...

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    Library Updates

    by  • December 9, 2016 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    New Library Policy There is a new library policy here at Malden High. Now, instead of just being able to go to the library, a pass will be needed to come in. This pass can be acquired from the librarian, Mary Liberge, in the morning before or during homeroom. This is going to be...

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    A Look Into the Comedy Club

    by  • November 28, 2016 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    The Comedy Club is a new club offered here at Malden High. This club is run by Beth Horwitz, a business and technology teacher. Horwitz was approached by sophomores Zaina Abdalla and Comfort Acheampong. When Abdalla and Acheampong were looking for an advisor they asked Mary Ann Seager and she recommended Horwitz saying that...

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    Bus Cuts Update

    by  • November 16, 2016 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    Over the summer, the school committee announced that the Malden Public School buses were going to be cut due to lack of funds. The choice to cut buses was unanimous since it was $400,000 that would then be freed in the budget. There have been questions of what the school committee was going to...

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