• Winter Color Guard Takes Gold

    by  • April 14, 2015 • 0 Comments

    On Mar. 29, 2015 and Apr. 4, 2015, Malden High School’s winter color guard team won consecutive competitions and brought back the gold for the school. The winter guard team pushed their way through many competitions, making their way to the finals. Color guard is defined as a uniformed group who parade “with the...

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    Conquering the Summer of 2014

    by  • April 13, 2015 • 0 Comments

    “This was during the two day, one night backpacking trip. Seven of the kids, including me, and two instructors, backpacked six miles to this location in Glacier National Park. It’s called Cracker Lake. Right after we arrived and set up our tents, the mountain goat descended upon us and just kept walking around our tents and he wouldn’t leave. He was still in the vicinity the next morning.” -Meitong Huang

    Leaving Malden, Massachusetts for a summer adventure in Browning, Montana shows signs of courage and open-mindedness. Senior Meitong (Mei) Huang of Malden High School branched out during the summer of 2014 on her trip to the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana and brought back valuable lessons about perspective and culture with her. Through the...

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    Loss of Living Legends

    by  • April 13, 2015 • 0 Comments

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    Within a week, the world said farewell to two very lived supercentenarians. Japanese woman Misao Okawa passed away unfortunately on April 1, 2015. Following her is African-American Gertrude Weaver, who passed on April 6, 2015. From June 12, 2013, when the oldest living man Jiroemon Kimura passed, till her death, Okawa held the title...

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    Making a MARC on Malden

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    On Jan. 30, 2015, members of the Eastern Middlesex ARC (EMARC) gathered at WS Parker Middle School in Reading, Massachusetts for the annual Snow Ball Dance. EMARC is a nonprofit organization that works with people with developmental disabilities and helps to involve them in their communities. EMARC serves over 1,000 families from Everett, Lynn,...

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    Opening Day for MHS

    by  • April 13, 2015 • 0 Comments

    After the never ending winter, the Malden High School varsity baseball team is more than ready to bring out their baseball gloves and dust off their cleats. Head coach Kevin Carpenito takes a new approach having no captains this season, this young team with a bunch of returning players plan to make it to...

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