• About Sydney Stumpf

    A returning member of the Blue and Gold newspaper, Sydney Stumpf - now a sophomore - is a writer who enjoys writing about many things, including about “the truth”- local news. Going to Dartmouth College is a goal of h[ers and will hopefully lead to a career path in writing screenplays or novels. Out of school, she enjoys spending time with her two dogs - Daisy and Flirty. Sydney’s favorite season is fall since she loves halloween and pumpkin latte(s). She loves listening to music in her free time, which includes her favorite bands The Ramones, The Kinks and The Cramps.

    Girls Tennis: Racking Up the Wins

    by  • April 26, 2016 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    With a late start to the season, girls tennis had their first match of the season against Medford, on Apr. 13, 2016. Games were previously scheduled for Apr. 4 and 5, but due to poor weather conditions, they were moved to later dates. The lineup for the match consisted of junior Sam Tso at...

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    Teachers from the Matenwa Community Learning Center Visit MHS

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

    Malden High School welcomed three teachers from the Matenwa Community Learning Center (CLC) in Lagonav, Haiti, on Apr. 6, 2016. Matenwa CLC and MHS have a partnership and their coming here positively influenced this partnership between the schools. The teachers who visited were Ezner Angervil, Roseline Borgella, and Vana Edmond. The reason for their...

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    Girls vs. Boys Lacrosse: Almost Two Different Sports

    by  • April 13, 2016 • Sports • 0 Comments

    Although technically the same sport, boys’ and girls’ lacrosse has many obvious differences, begging for the attention of the possible sexist rules and regulations. Pockets-in-sticks, gear, and contact are some of the major differences that require the attention of everyone who has anything to do with lacrosse. In 2014, uslacrosse.org published an updated equiptment...

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    Girls Tennis: Courting a New Season

    by  • March 30, 2016 • Sports • 0 Comments

    Along with Spring and the prospect of warm weather, comes the new sports season. Tennis, one of MHS’ most beloved sports begins again for the spring season, tryouts being last week. This year, MHS’ girls varsity tennis team is captained by senior Blue and Gold member Emma Ceplinskas and senior Sushan Chen. The team...

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    Technovation Bootcamp

    by  • March 18, 2016 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    Recently Technovation, a program focusing on girls in technology, arrived at Malden High School. Technovation is a program from the company Iridescent. The Technovation Challenge is a 12 week program where members create an app “that will address a community problem” (Technovation  Challenge). Brainstorming, attending workshops, creating a business plan, pitching and marketing the...

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    Malden Reads: Looking Forward

    by  • March 7, 2016 • Local • 0 Comments

    Malden Reads is an organization that strives to find the answer to the question “What if all of Malden read the same book?” (Malden Reads). The organization promotes reading throughout the city of Malden. Every year Malden Reads pick is chosen, a book that Malden Reads awards with the title, along with several companion...

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    Scholastic Arts Awards

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

    The Scholastic Writing and Arts Awards began in 1923 to award and recognize creative high school students in the arts and writing fields. The awards program is available to grades 7-12, for public school, private school, and homeschooled students. Students can apply for 29 different categories, including, painting, photography, architecture, digital art, poetry, humor...

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    Valentine’s Day at MHS

    by  • February 26, 2016 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    Whether it was the midseason return of The Walking Dead or the most romantic day of the year, most were excited for February 14. Valentine’s Day did not fall on a weekday this year, but that did not stop Malden High School students from expressing their Valentine’s spirit. Valentine’s Day hasn’t been the same...

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    Are the Oscars Too White?

    by  • February 10, 2016 • Entertainment Opinions, Homepage, National, North American News, Opinion • 0 Comments

    The lack of diversity in the media, and more specifically, the Academy Awards, has strained our country’s morals, ethics, and fight for racial equality. Malden was among the top 15 most diverse high schools in Massachusetts as reported by boston.com in 2013. Students of Malden High School are not unaccustomed to diversity, but Hollywood...

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