• U.S. Soccer: One Nation, But Two Divided Teams?

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    For years professional sports have been male dominated with females athletes receiving not nearly as much mainstream attention as men’s sports. While that may still be true to a certain extent, the continuous growth in popularity of women’s sports cannot be denied. Female athletes such as Ronda Rousey, Serena Williams, and of course the...

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    Serving The Competition

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    The boys volleyball team during their game. Photo by Ana Kerr.

    Already in gear, Malden High School’s boys volleyball team is ready to succeed and make this a memorable season. With it being only the second year for MHS’ volleyball team, it consists of different goals and different team members. This year’s boys volleyball team is led by captains junior Germano Fidelis and senior Lin...

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    Clearing Their Way Into The New Season

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    With the Malden High School’s Girls Lacrosse team’s season just kicking off, the team is eager to welcome the new season. Already the team is putting in their best efforts on and off the field. With new talent on the team, the team expects great things for this season. As far as things go...

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    Girls Lacrosse Profile: Isabelle Maraschi

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    With the girls lacrosse season just kicking off, stars are rising on the varsity team. One of them is sophomore Isabelle Maraschi. Maraschi started lacrosse freshman year and has been playing ever since. She started playing because “lacrosse seemed like a challenging, yet rewarding sport and decided wanted to try it out.”...

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    Karaoke Night at MHS

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    Principal Dana Brown singing at Karaoke Night. All photos by Abhishek Rana.

    On Friday April 8, 2016, the National Honors Society held a Karaoke Night inside of Malden High School’s gallery. The event was coordinated by senior NHS members Jessica Munroe, Pema Kunsal and Michelle Huang. Tickets were sold for five dollars each as spectators got to come and watch their teachers and fellow classmates perform...

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    Girls Tennis: “Hey, What’s All That Racket?”

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    Along with spring and the prospect of warm weather, comes the new sports season. Tennis, one of MHS’ most beloved sports begins again for the spring season, tryouts being last week. This year, MHS’ girls varsity tennis team is led by senior captains Blue and Gold member Emma Ceplinskas and senior Sushan Chen. The...

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    Boys Lacrosse: Cradling the Season

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    With a fresh season on field, the Malden High School’s boys varsity lacrosse team throws it back with commitment and raw talent. Although the season has only just started, these boys have been working hard since the beginning, as their ambition sets them up for the successful season. Junior captain Andy Tham describes how...

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    MHS Band Takes Bronze at MICCA

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    Music is a way people can convey their feelings and it’s everywhere. The oldest instrument, the flute, dates all the way back to 40,000 years. Made from bird bones, the flute was the best way modern humans could have spent their time. Nowadays, music has been separated into many different categories, from rock to...

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    Every Statistic I Am Not

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    Let’s take a look at the demographics of my life and what that means, or meant, for me. I was born to a teen mother; I lost my dad, which left me to be raised by a single mother; I’m Dominican and Puerto Rican; and I’m a female. If we take these four general...

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    Girls vs. Boys Lacrosse: Almost Two Different Sports

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    Although technically the same sport, boys’ and girls’ lacrosse has many obvious differences, begging for the attention of the possible sexist rules and regulations. Pockets-in-sticks, gear, and contact are some of the major differences that require the attention of everyone who has anything to do with lacrosse. In 2014, uslacrosse.org published an updated equiptment...

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