• When Being ‘Genuine’ is Disingenuous

    by  • December 15, 2015 • 0 Comments

    It’s easy to become that guy.  The one who is known for doing X or being Y or something Z. It doesn’t matter where it comes from or how valid the assessment is, it is a mark that sticks to you, and it is a difficult one to remove. For many people, these characterizations...

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    How to Be More Motivated

    by  • December 15, 2015 • 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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    The Presidential Debates: Making or Breaking Candidates

    by  • December 14, 2015 • 0 Comments

    If you ask any AP Gov student how many Presidential debates they’ve watched, they’d most likely reply with “too many”. However, these 45 students are part of the few who actually know about all the candidates who are running for president and their positions on different issues. These are the students who will be...

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    Posse Scholarship: Emma Ceplinskas

    by  • December 14, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Emma Ceplinskas posing for a photo. Photo by Meghan Yip.

    Emma Ceplinskas, a senior at Malden High School, has been awarded with the Posse scholarship. The Posse Scholarship is given to people who work well in leadership positions and are academically talented. Emma expressed that “ still hasn’t really processed” that she got the scholarship. The process consists of three interviews where the students...

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    Malden High School’s Latest Obsession: Primark

    by  • December 14, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Photo taken by Melanie Moulaison.

    Primark, a clothing store originating in Dublin, Ireland, has immigrated to America, settling in Downtown Boston. Young adults in the Boston area have probably visited or heard of the store, consisting of four floors of affordable apparel, accessories, and homegoods. Many students at Malden High School frequent the store, often leaving with large shopping...

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    Girls Basketball Profile: Caitlyn Leonard

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    Junior Caitlyn Leonard has been playing basketball ever since she was a little girl. She started off playing in the Malden Girls Youth Basketball League and then advanced to Malden Travel basketball before coming to the high school. Leonard was excited to begin her high school basketball career as a freshman because she loves...

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    Monday Updates 12/14/15

    by  • December 14, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Here are updates for the week of December 14 on current events in Malden. Some information may have been pulled from the morning announcements and/or the Tornado Times. Events and dates are always subject to change. Sports Girls Basketball       12/14/15: @Georgetown — 12/17/15: Lowell Boys Basketball       12/14/15: Boston English — 12/19/15: Lynn Classical           @Salem...

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    Swimming Profile: Pete Jinapin

    by  • December 11, 2015 • 0 Comments

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    With it being Sophomore Pete Jinapin’s second year part of Malden High School swim team, he is ready and in gear for the competitive season ahead of him. Jinapin was practically raised in the water, it is like his second home. As young as the age of four, Jinapin has had an instant connection...

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    Poetry Out Loud Preview 2016

    by  • December 11, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Poetry Out Loud is a nation-wide recitation contest in which people all around the country compete in. The competition is based off of recitation, performance, presence, volume, and understanding of the poem chosen by a student off of poetryoutloud.org POL has become a huge part of Malden High School’s English department. It first started...

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    Humans of Malden 12/11

    by  • December 11, 2015 • 0 Comments

      “The best advice that I’ve ever been given is from my dad and it’s that knowledge is power. He came from a third world country, Malawi, a country in Africa, and through hard work, he was able to get a full scholarship and come to America. Now he’s living his dream; he works...

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