• A Look Into the Badminton Club

    by  • January 12, 2017 • 0 Comments

    The badminton club meets every Friday from 7-10 pm at the Salemwood School. It has been around since the Salemwood School was first established in the year 2000. Before they actually formed the badminton club, one of the founding members Larry Lo explained that they were a part of the Asian Spectrum Organization, and...

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    A Look into The Lounge Youth Group

    by  • January 12, 2017 • 0 Comments

    All teenagers wish to be able to find a place like home where they can feel like they belong and are appreciated. The Lounge welcomes all teenagers between the age of 12 to 19 and offers them a safe haven. The group offers a diversity of people with a judgement-free zone where everyone “walks...

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    Poetry Out Loud 2017

    by  • January 11, 2017 • 0 Comments

    BY TOBY PITAN & SARA ZAKARIA  Starting right after the holiday break, the semi-finals of Poetry Out Loud took place on Thursday, January 5, and Friday, January 6.  Poetry Out Loud is a tradition at MHS, taking place every year. Students are required to memorize a poem of their choice off the Poetry Out...

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    Wrestling: Mid Season Update

    by  • January 11, 2017 • 0 Comments

    BY SABRINA MONTEIRO & JOSANY JEUNE This season, although the Malden High School wrestling team starts off small, they have all continued to improve individually and gradually so far, establishing themselves as a hardworking team. The coach, as well as the captains, believe that this year could have a positive outcome. Team captain, junior...

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    The Electoral College: Death of Democracy?

    by  • January 11, 2017 • 0 Comments

    In November 2016, Donald Trump, to some of the nation’s dismay, and to some of the nation’s happiness, got elected to become the 45th President of the United States, and thus, Barack Obama’s successor. This caused many mixed feelings because there were supporters who wanted him to win, but there were also a large...

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    Hockey: Mid Season Update

    by  • January 10, 2017 • 0 Comments

    BY ABHISHEK RANA & RYAN HAMES  Revere High School’s boys hockey team includes eight players from Malden High School, three of whom are first line players. Juniors Michael Giordano and Michael Goroshko are both first line offensive players while Sophomore Marc Giordano is a first line defenseman. Despite being from a rival school, Michael...

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    Boys Basketball: Midseason Update

    by  • January 9, 2017 • 0 Comments

    BY ABHISHEK RANA & SUBIN BASTOLA Malden High’s Boys Basketball Team have started the season with an overall record of 5-3. The team has demonstrated their skill and have had some great performances. On December 13th, The Tornadoes started their season with a dominating 64-47 victory over the Tewksbury Memorial High School Redmen. The...

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    Football: 2016 All-Scholastic Team Selections

    by  • January 9, 2017 • 0 Comments

    The six students who were selected for the 2016 All-Scholastic Football team from Malden High School are seniors Josh Simon, Matthew Geer, and Joshua Andrews, juniors Jared Martino and Marlon Cook, and sophomore Tyler Martineau. In fact, Jared Martino was selected as the Player of the Year due to the records-shattering performance he had...

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    Swimming: Mid Season Update

    by  • January 6, 2017 • 0 Comments

    BY KAYLA SOUSA & REBECA PEREIRA  The new year has begun and as resolutions are being set, Malden High School swimmers are meeting previous goals and setting new ones as well. The middle of the season has arrived and swimmers are preparing for important swim meets that will define this season. With few meets...

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    Famous Men Who Challenged Masculinity

    by  • January 6, 2017 • 0 Comments

    In society, the image of men has always been that of an aggressive, straight, masculine, and publicly unemotional person. However, as time has progressed, many famous celebrities have dared to challenge this toxic concept of manhood. In the seventies, there was a rise in glam rock bands and artists, like New York Dolls, Iggy...

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    Netflix Series Review: The OA

    by  • January 6, 2017 • 0 Comments

    (Spoiler Alert!) Out of almost nowhere, Netflix released one of their newest shows, The OA, in mid-December. At first glance, you could mistake the science fiction show for Stranger Things, one of the more popular Netflix shows. The OA begins with an unknown blonde woman, later to be known as Prairie Johnson, jumping off...

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