• About Sara Zakaria

    Sara Zakaria, a sophomore, has a strong interest in Journalism as a returning reporter for the Blue and Gold, but in her free time she also enjoys reading and baking. Her favorite book, is Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh while her favorite author is Bret Easton Ellis. Zakaria loves to watch a variety of films; her favorite movies include American Psycho, The Usual Suspects, La Haine, and works by Quentin Tarantino. Zakaria also enjoys listening to alternative and classic rock such as The Clash, Pearl Jam and The Smiths. She has also taken a liking to swimming and will continue with the sport for the remainder of her high school career. Due to Zakarias’s avowed passion for writing, she intends to become a journalist in the future.

    A Summary of Catalonia’s Chaotic Referendum

    by  • October 18, 2017 • European News, Homepage, Opinion, Political Opinions, World • 0 Comments

    Catalonia is a region in Spain, rich with culture and history. Known for having its own language, distinguishable culture, its own government, and home to its capital, Barcelona, Catalonia remains a popular attraction for tourists. Catalonia is also responsible for 20% of Spain’s economy, since it produces 25% of Spain’s exports and contributes more...

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    Field Hockey Season Opener

    by  • September 28, 2017 • Sports • 0 Comments

    By Sara Zakaria and Angelina Prum Starting off a new season with many freshmen players, Malden High’s Field Hockey team is excited to create a family-like bond with all the new athletes. Based on what she saw last year, junior and Captain, Queenie Dang stated that “ proud of what the team brought...

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    Boys lacrosse: Season Ender

    by  • June 12, 2017 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    The season has ended with Malden High’s Boys Lacrosse team accomplishing an incredible achievement. The team finished the year with an overall record of 7-10, the highest win total in team history.  The team was lead by longtime coach Brenden Maney, who states that the team has played many good games and played some...

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    Boys Lacrosse: Season Comes to a Close

    by  • June 2, 2017 • Sports • 0 Comments

    The season has ended with Malden High’s Boys Lacrosse team accomplishing an incredible achievement. The team finished the year with an overall record of 7-10, the highest win total in team history. The team was lead by longtime coach Brenden Maney, who states that the team has played many good games and played some...

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    Ramadan: FAQ

    by  • June 1, 2017 • Homepage, Opinion • 0 Comments

    Ramadan is the holiest month for Muslims everywhere, and our first month of fasting starts on May 27, 2017. Now, every year, there’s always a plethora of questions someone who does not practice Islam might have, and as a Muslim, I will happily answer the majority of these questions for you. What exactly is...

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    The Rise and Fall of Grunge

    by  • April 7, 2017 • Entertainment, Homepage • 0 Comments

    The 23rd anniversary of iconic musician Kurt Cobain of Nirvana’s early death from suicide happened on April 5, 2017. Additionally, the 15th anniversary of front man of Alice in Chains Layne Staley’s death also occurred on April 5, 2017. Not only were both musicians extremely talented and greatly missed by fans all over the...

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    History of Lacrosse at MHS

    by  • April 3, 2017 • Sports • 1 Comment

    Although lacrosse is not the most popular of sports in American culture, it is regularly played in high schools around the country. Malden High School is home to two lacrosse teams, one for the girls and one for the boys. With a brand new season approaching for the boys lacrosse team, it is important...

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    Blur vs. Oasis: The Battle of Britpop

    by  • March 30, 2017 • Homepage, Opinion • 0 Comments

    Almost twenty two years ago, the British media focused on a wave of alternative music that started to attract the public’s attention, called “Britpop” by the British press. Although there were many more Britpop bands that were successful both critically and commercially, such as Elastica, Pulp, and Suede, the two bands that were on...

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