• About Neden Bernadin

    Neden Bernadin is in her second year as a reporter in the Blue and Gold. Her hobbies include mostly reading nonfiction books, listening to music, and spending her free time outdoors. Her favorite food is pizza, specifically cheese and pepperoni but she sometimes likes to try different kinds of pizzas, too. Her top three favorite movies are currently The Hunger Games, Finding Dory, and the Fault In Our Stars. Her dream job would be either being a lawyer or a journalist. her mother is her role model because her mother is always pushing her to do her best to succeed in life.

    Malden Field of Dreams Project

    by  • March 16, 2017 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    BY NEDEN BERNADIN & REBECCA OLIVEIRA The Malden Field of Dreams is an ongoing project to revitalize the empty field by the MBTA station that is currently owned by National Grid. The project was originally proposed to establish an Independent League team, but it was decided to establish an affiliated team with the Minor...

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    A History of International Women’s Day

    by  • March 8, 2017 • Homepage, World • 0 Comments

    Each year, the International Women’s Day falls on March 8th, which is a celebration of women for their hard-working attributes in different aspects of fields such as politics, economy, and in overall society. Throughout the years, this movement has given women a platform to overcome challenges and unifying together. This specific celebration has a...

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    Does Social Media Make Us Narcissistic?

    by  • January 13, 2017 • Homepage • 0 Comments

    Today in society, the millennial and older generation gets more and more fascinated with the obsession of the usage of social media such as Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, etc. Whether it’s showcasing high quality photos, inspirational quotes or just selfies of yourself, one thing for sure is that this specific trend won’t die out. Scientific...

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    New Teacher Profile: Nierika Nims

    by  • December 6, 2016 • Homepage, Local, New Teachers • 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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    2016 Malden Thanksgiving Day Parade

    by  • November 29, 2016 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    BY NEDEN BERNADIN & NICK POWERS          On November 26th, the City of Malden showcased the 13th Annual Parade of Holiday Traditions. Following the parade was the traditional Christmas Tree lighting by Mayor Gary Christenson located near the Malden Public Library. Participants of the parade started walking from the Salemwood School to the Malden Teen...

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    Malden Welcomes New Police Station

    by  • November 4, 2016 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    On saturday, October 29th, 2016, residents of Malden were invited to a tour of the new and improved Malden Police Station on 800 Eastern Avenue. The huge location change is leading up to the new development of Malden Square, including the demolition of the current City Hall building which will start up in the...

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    Arrangements for City Hall

    by  • October 25, 2016 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

           These past couple of weeks, Mayor Gary Christenson and the Malden Officials have moved into temporary workplaces in preparation of the demolition of the old City Hall on 200 Pleasant St. The new building consists of different departments; Human Resources, Malden Redevelopment Authority, Mayor’s Office and others in another temporary workplace up on 110...

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    Stress in High School Students Today

    by  • May 3, 2016 • Homepage • 0 Comments

    Everybody has experienced stress, whether you’re studying for a final or spending hours trying to finish your homework. Many surveys have suggested that students can be more stressed out than adults. Side effects may include but are not limited to lack of effort in school performance, memory loss and difficulty in decision making. In 2015,...

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