• About Ana Pirosca

    Ana Pirosca is a sophomore and returning member to Malden High School’s Blue and Gold. Pirosca is looking forward to working with different people in the class and doing more video work. She was born in Cluj Napoca, Romania, but was raised mostly in the United States; Kansas for 5 years, after which left for Boston when she was 7 years old. The way she describes her own personality is very goofy, pretty awkward and sometimes others see her as overly serious but she just spends a lot of time thinking. Her favorite movies are the Harry Potter series and she just recently got into the TV show Game of Thrones. She enjoys listening to music and manly listens to classics. She also did cross country and outdoor track during her freshman year, but is thinking of only doing crew this year. Pirosca went to Forestdale until 7th grade and transferred to Linden for 8th grade. Academically, her biggest achievement was organizing the psychology club.

    8D Room Escapes and Board Games

    by  • September 29, 2017 • Event, Local • 0 Comments

    8D Room Escape and Board Games opened on Pleasant Street in Malden on June 1st with food and games galore. The co-owners, Duo Zhao, and Mo Liang got the idea from their past experience in China. Both of them grew up in China where they enjoyed going to room escapes. Zhao stated that “[Room...

    Read more →

    Psychology Club

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

    Every Tuesday in room BR486, Psychology Club meets after school to talk about habits of the mind and how psychology is used every day. Psychology Club was brought back this year by Freshman Dahlia Sharleon, and Senior Marisa Vasquez who both love psychology but noticed that the club never met or had any active...

    Read more →

    Mr. MHS 2017: Mac Takes the Crown!

    by  • May 3, 2017 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    Calling all ladies and gentlemen! Feast your eyes on the pure perfection as we search for this year’s Mr. MHS! They’ll show off their talent! Their muscles! Their personality! Here are all the contestants: Pedro Lugo, Joshua Simon, Nathaniel Ilebode, Andy Tham, Samuel Pettigrew, Nicholas Ansaldi, Jeremiah Quessa, and James Mac. Though first things...

    Read more →

    Spring Has Sprouted

    by  • April 13, 2017 • Entertainment, Homepage • 0 Comments

    Spring is (supposed to be) here! Which means that it’s time to plant flowers and plants! Now, knowing most Maldonian houses, some of us have an actual garden with space to start gardening. Some of us, not so much. People who live in apartments or in houses that are closer to other houses, who...

    Read more →

    Why the US Education System Still Needs Improvement.

    by  • April 3, 2017 • Opinion • 0 Comments

    The US education system has definitely improved since classroom learning became more popular than one on one tutoring. However it’s quite a shame to be spending thousands of dollars per student (11,700-26,600 per full-time equivalent student in 2012 depending on whether they go on to post-secondary education) only to receive sub-par scores in math,...

    Read more →

    “Feed” Author Matthew Anderson Visits MHS

    by  • March 24, 2017 • Local • 0 Comments

    Sophomores this year were able to become familiar with the book Feed by Matthew Tobin Anderson. To those unfamiliar with it, Feed is about a boy called Titus, who, in a futuristic world, is dating a girl called Violet. What they do, and say, spread the themes of corporate power, consumerism, data mining, and...

    Read more →

    The Road to JVs 2017

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

    It is a well known fact that no generation is like the other. And while the class of 2017 is preparing to bid their farewells, the class of 2018 is introducing themselves as soon to be seniors through the annual edition of Malden High School’s Junior Varieties. The 77th annual JVs show is meant...

    Read more →

    Malden Stop the Stigma

    by  • March 16, 2017 • Homepage • 1 Comment

    One may walk by one or two homeless people a day, but thousands of people pass by a single homeless person on a daily basis. And very few people ever stop to spare some change. People are taught to have a have an expectation and belief that the one person sitting alone against a...

    Read more →