By TENZIN DORJEE and CANDELA DIAZ Introduction The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, which is sponsored by The Boston Globe, “recognizes and exhibits, in a central location that is open to the public, student work from all over the state,” and has been for several years. The event is run by the School of...Read more →
By ASHLEY LEUNG The Colby Sawyer Scholarship is a way to help students take care of the tuition for Colby Sawyer. Every year, the scholarship “allows 20 progressive scholars receive a full tuition scholarship to attend Colby Sawyer” (according to the Colby Sawyer scholarship informational site). Many have applied but only those who have...Read more →
There are a lot of things I am not good at. Math, basketball, washing dishes, judging how much water I can fit into a mug, spelling the word ‘neccesary’, cooking, wrapping presents and shuffling cards are among those things. But one thing I’d like to think that I’m good at, or at least mediocre...Read more →
Everyone claims that every subject has a ‘line’ that can crossed in inappropriate situations. Mostly directed towards jokes, there is a clear distinction between someone being blatantly offensive and plainly making fun of them. In shows like Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and The Daily Show, the comedians make jokes about current events in...Read more →
Spring is the time for renewal and redecorating, so start your spring with this easy cork board decoration for your wall! On these boards you can pin up pictures, tickets, and other memorable items. For this project you will need these supplies: Cork board squares Alcohol clothespins (mini or regular sized) hemp cord scotch double...Read more →
For years China has dealt with high levels of pollution in some of their cities such as Beijing, Linfen, and Urumqi. The pollution has reached an all-time high when the smog over China went 20 times over the safe level. People are wearing masks daily because they’re becoming more and more concerned with the...Read more →
PJ Montezuma Head of Sports The final innings have ended and the Malden High School Varsity Baseball team played with dedication all the way down to the last pitch. Standing in at a record of 5-13, the team fell short of making the State tournament by just three games. Being led by head coach...Read more →
By KARINA MATOS Twenty years ago, if someone suggested the idea of people living on Mars, they would have been called crazy. It’s not like that anymore. Now, people are already paying for their spot on the unnamed ship going to Mars. For people who love adventure, it seems like a no-brainer. Who wouldn’t...Read more →
On Thursday of last week, we, the staff of The Blue and Gold, launched a campaign to raise money for the commemorative magazine celebrating 100 years of student journalism at Malden High School, as well as the oral history event, which will happen on Friday June 12th, from 6-9 pm.
We hope that you will take a moment to join in helping the “Malden Blue and Gold 100th Year Magazine and Event” campaign reach its funding goal. Thank you!
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