• About Tenzin Dorjee

    Tenzin Dorjee is currently the editor ­in­ chief. He joined the Blue and Gold staff in his freshman year after being inspired to write by multiple authors and has been here since. After graduating in 2017, he plans to become a surgeon while continuing his writing on the side. When not working hard on editing, he can be seen watching Boy Meets World, hanging out with his friends, or reading fantasy books. His best pupil is Megan Downer, managing editor of The Blue and Gold.

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    Top Ten Profile: Edward Huang

    by  • June 5, 2017 • Homepage, Top 10 • 0 Comments

    After 18 years in Malden, senior Edward Huang leaves behind his city and Malden High School, in pursuit of a higher education at Babson College in Wellesley, MA, where he will study finance. His hard work during the past four years has earned him a seat among the Top Ten of the class of...

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    Days of Future & Past

    by  • April 26, 2017 • Editorial, Homepage, Opinion • 0 Comments

    When I look ahead, time seems to stretch so long, but looking back, freshman year seems like yesterday. I even remember vividly in 5th grade, during social studies class at Salemwood Middle School, we watched a video, and while we were supposed to be watching it, I was daydreaming. I was thinking about the...

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    Perfectly Flawed

    by  • January 30, 2017 • Editorial, Homepage • 0 Comments

    Not everyone is perfect. Whenever I end up thinking about my flaws, I always come back to a certain lyric that helps me realize that that’s okay. “We’re all imperfect in a perfect way.” – Witt Lowry In a way, that is my own personal mantra. By remembering that simple line, I see that...

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    A New Beginning

    by  • October 27, 2016 • Editorial, From the Editor • 0 Comments

    Honestly, being the Editor-in-Chief of The Blue and Gold newspaper has been such a surreal experience so far. In 2012, I was fresh out of middle school and new to high school. I felt like a fish out of water.  I was just a freshman who did not know what he was really getting...

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