• About Manale Zouhir

    Manale Zouhir is currently a senior at Malden High School where she is print managing editor for the Blue and Gold Newspaper. It is her job to oversee the layout of the paper as well as assist her peers in formatting articles on recent events in Malden and MHS. She enjoys listening to indie and alternative music and also likes math and English. After high school, she plans on attending college somewhere in the New England region where she will be close to home. Zouhir describes herself as a hard worker and considers herself “really weird.”

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    Top Ten #2: Wendy Nguyen

    by  • June 13, 2016 • Homepage • 0 Comments

    As Malden High School sends another batch of talented seniors off to begin a new chapter, one senior that will be missed is Wendy Nguyen. Nguyen, finishing the year off second in her class, has certainly proved herself to be a hard worker and a dedicated student. In the fall, Nguyen will be staying...

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    Top Ten: #9 Trisha Truong

    by  • June 2, 2016 • Homepage • 0 Comments

    Graduating Malden High School a mighty ninth in her class of over 400 seniors, Trisha Truong is ready to face the future, while reminiscing on her time at Malden High School. Truong is known to never take herself too seriously, and notes that her friends would describe her as “lit, and would describe...

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    The Power of Knowledge (And Why It’s So Constantly Taken For Granted)

    by  • March 17, 2016 • Editorial, Homepage • 0 Comments

    It wasn’t until I was watching the Democratic debate recently, while I was listening to presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders discuss the environment, that it hit me. Hydraulic fracturing–a topic I had recently covered in my science class–is more than just a unit that I had to memorize to pass another quiz....

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    The Truth About Coffee

    by  • March 16, 2016 • Homepage, Lifestyle, Style • 0 Comments

    Some people view coffee as a holy grail necessary for survival. Some choose to stay away from it from fear of caffeine addiction. No matter how hard I try, though, I can’t seem to rid my daily coffee fix from my morning routine. So I decided to put it to the test with some...

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    Fun in the Cold

    by  • January 26, 2016 • Entertainment • 0 Comments

    If you find yourself bored in the Boston area this winter, don’t just stay home because it’s too cold to do anything else! Embrace the cold weather and get outside–just make sure you have a few layers on first. Here are some fun, inexpensive things to do in Boston during the winter. Ice Skating...

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    Stuff to Stock

    by  • December 17, 2015 • Entertainment • 0 Comments

    Don’t know what to get your friends for the holidays? Here are some stocking stuffer ideas for your friends with different types of personalities.  Photographer Friend – For a friend who is hard to tear apart from their camera, get a memory card, film, or even a fancy mug! Fashionista – For your friend who shops ‘till...

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    A Playlist for this Winter Season

    by  • December 17, 2015 • Entertainment • 0 Comments

    If you’re already sick of the classic holiday jams, here is a playlist that will get you through the rest of the brutally cold winter season, with songs from a variety of different artists and genres. You’re bound to discover an artist or song you like! Hoops – Jones Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right –...

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    How to Be More Motivated

    by  • December 15, 2015 • Entertainment, Homepage • 1 Comment

    As we are approaching the cold, brutal, winter months, it is crucial for many of us to buckle down and stay motivated enough to achieve our goals. No matter how much you want to curl up into bed with a mug of hot cocoa and binge-watch your favorite Netflix show, there is a time...

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    In Memory of Josue Quispe

    by  • December 1, 2015 • Homepage, Local • 1 Comment

    In memory of Josue Quispe, below are quotes from those close to him.  “It was a night at youth group during worship. I wanted change so much. I started crying out because of the wrong I’ve done. Josue saw that and came to pray for me and the one thing I can remember him saying so vividly...

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