• 2014 Special Olympics

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    By  EMMA CEPLINSKAS and MANALE ZOUHIR MacDonald Stadium was filled with Malden High School students and faculty along with Special Olympic athletes from surrounding towns on May 8th, 2014 for the annual Malden Special Olympics. The stadium was decorated with flags and banners and a vividly energetic atmosphere. MHS student volunteers and staff arrived bright and...

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    Final Farewells: Diane Klibansky

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    By TENZIN DORJEE Diane Klibansky, house principal of Jenkins House, says her final farewell to Malden High School as the 2013-2014 school year comes to a close. With her retirement, Klibansky will be sincerely missed by her fellow staff and the student body of MHS. Klibansky has dedicated 17 long and strong years here...

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    David Londino: Coach of The Year

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    By CANDELA DIAZ English teacher and head coach of the track team David Londino not only lead the girls indoor track team to their Greater Boston League (GBL) victory, but was awarded the Division 1 “Coach Of The Year”. An honor to receive the title, Londino believes it would have never “been possible without...

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    MHS Robotics Club Wins Fourth Place

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    By JULIE LAM Among many clubs and opportunities for Malden High School students to be involved with their community, there lies a small and tightly knit club that share their passion for programming: the Robotics Club of MHS. The Robotics Club originated around 2012 and slowly grew throughout the years. The MHS Robotics Club...

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    How to Build A Great City Hall

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    By TATYANNA CABRAL and CANDELA DIAZ   On Monday May 12th, the Malden Public Library held the annual event  “Quiet, Please” hosted by Greg Crook, reporter for WBUR.org and the Providence Phoenix newspaper. The topic discussed was designing the “perfect” civic space, since city hall is being moved and rebuilt. Multiple residents of Malden...

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    MHS Ranked in Top 50

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    By FELICIA FALLANO Among many others, Malden High School has recently been named one of the top high schools in Massachusetts, as we are the 51st in the state and 1,205th nationally. MHS has been in a similar spot in the past, but the school is especially proud of this year’s ranking, which is...

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