• Election Results for Student Government Day

    by  • January 14, 2016 • 0 Comments

    Senior Terrica Dang who will represent Malden High School on Student Government Day poses for a picture. Photo by Emma Ceplinskas.

    On Jan. 8, 2015, Student Government Day elections were held at Malden High School. The Student Government Day program was first introduced in 1947 and is run by the Massachusetts State Government. The election is held to determine who will sit in with our state government and meet with government officials to represent Malden...

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    GE is Welcomed to Boston

    by  • January 14, 2016 • 0 Comments

    Come 2018, General Electric Co. will be fully established at its new home in the Seaport District of Boston. Originally located in Fairfield, Connecticut since 1974, GE decided to make the move to Boston “after being offered a massive package of tax breaks and incentives.” The company had been looking to move locations for...

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    Girls Basketball: Hooping for Success

    by  • January 13, 2016 • 0 Comments

    Sophomore Mackenzie furlong shooting a free throw. Photo by Neden Bernadin.

    By Neden Bernadin and Alexis Brown The girls varsity basketball team currently stands with a record of 1-8, but between all the ups and downs so far this season, it is evident that the team’s dedication has helped to keep their hopes high for the remainder of the season. The girls are still trying...

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    Gymnastics: Balancing Out the Season

    by  • January 13, 2016 • 0 Comments

    Although the Gymnastics team has only had one meet so far this season, they have demonstrated great ability. Despite their limited season last year due to the poor weather conditions, coach Vanessa James expressed that “ the team’s spirit remains the same as last years; with great attitudes and dedication to accomplishing their goals...

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    Panini Grill Off

    by  • January 12, 2016 • 0 Comments

    Six Side with freshmen Queenie Dang, Davy Van, sophomores Huntar Riordan, Fern Berard, junior Bridget Murphy-Courteau, seniors Luckenberg Petit-de, and Kani Ashley Merrifield and special guest Mayor Gary Christenson handing out paninis. Photo by Ailin Toro.

    On Dec. 18, 2015 students in the Hospitality and Tourism class participated in a cook-off in the cafeteria. Each team had to design their own panini with a description of their sandwich, a poster, and campaign for themselves. Beth Horwitz, the Hospitality and Tourism teacher, ran the grill-off. The teams had to name themselves and...

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    City Hall: Renovations Making Waves In Malden

    by  • January 12, 2016 • 0 Comments

    Exciting changes are happening in Malden as city hall will be relocating to a number of locations throughout the city. The plans have been in action since 2014 when the city hall was sold for $9.8 million, but the changes have only recently started to become apparent. Mayor Gary Christenson expressed that he firmly...

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    Party Analysis: The Democratic Party

    by  • January 12, 2016 • 0 Comments

    *Disclaimer: The article below was written by taking the ideas of the Democratic Party Platform1 and do not necessarily reflect the ideas and opinions of the author or the Blue and Gold* Last week, we discussed the party platform of Republicans and their plans to run the government based on conservative views and ideology....

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    Customize Your Ride

    by  • January 12, 2016 • 0 Comments

    Have you ever seen a car with its wheels slanted outwards? Don’t worry, it’s not broken; the car was actually purposely built like that. People spend countless hours perfecting their stance builds. Stance is when car-owners “drop” or lower their cars, so low that almost the whole car is touching the ground. Along with...

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    Money Makes the World Go Round

    by  • January 12, 2016 • 0 Comments

    As college applications are being wrapped up, many students feel like they have finished the biggest task of senior year. But when acceptances come and decisions are being made, one final component becomes extremely significant: cost. Too many students are finding their dreams dashed by huge price-tags and less than ideal financial aid, and...

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