• About Andrew Cogliano

    Andrew Cogliano is entering his senior year at Malden High School as one of the Editors in Chief of Onlinefor the Blue & Gold newspaper. Cogliano has been with the Blue & Gold since his freshman year and he is excited to move on from his two-year position as a reporter and one year position as a Head of World News. He says that he appreciates that the class lets him “put [his] talents to use,” and that the newspaper staff “covers important events.” Other than the Blue & Gold, Cogliano is an officer for the MHS Gay/Straight Alliance Club and is a part of Key Club. He is glad that he is able to “help kids feel accepted.” He enjoys writing and reading outside of school and also likes to play video games.


    White House Shifts Ebola Funding to Combat Zika Virus

    by  • April 12, 2016 • Homepage, National, North American News, South American News, World • 0 Comments

    In an attempt to combat the rapid spread of the Zika virus, federal officials have decided to shift approximately $500 million from Ebola prevention programs. The shift comes after Congress was bogged down in a two month debate over the approval of a $1.9 billion budget proposed by the Obama administration. On February 1...

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    From the Editor: Meet Singapore’s Siren Syrena

    by  • November 13, 2015 • From the Editor, Homepage • 0 Comments

    As of October, 2015, Singapore’s first Mermaid School is attempting to create the nation’s first pod. The founder of the school, Cara Nicole Neo, is a mermaid performer who also operates under the name Syrena. Singapore’s Mermaid School includes a curriculum centered around mermaid theory, which Syrena herself teaches, that has four levels: Bronze,...

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    Mr. Brown’s Last Year

    by  • November 2, 2015 • Local • 0 Comments

    A video commemorating Principal Dana Brown’s last year at Malden High School.  Interview conducted by Marly Loreus and Ziqi Zeng. Videographers: Stacey Wong and Ryan Huynh. Black and white photos courtesy of Paul Hammersley.

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    CVS v. MHS: Is Parking Really a Right?

    by  • June 11, 2015 • 2011/2012 Winter Profiles, 2016 Presidential Election, Carousel, Editorial, Entertainment, Local Opinions, Opinion • 1 Comment

    Much to the dismay of every driving Malden High School student, it has been decided that the empty building on the southwest side of the school (formerly a furniture store) is to become a CVS. This decision has caused a flurry of criticism, mainly from students who struggle to find a place to park...

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    “Not To Be Rude But…”

    by  • December 15, 2014 • Homepage, Opinion • 0 Comments

    The do’s and don’ts of how to navigate a diverse society (like Malden)… and why it’s important. A man in a store at the mall gives you exceptional service, never leaving your side, always getting you a different size when you ask, and telling you about different sales going on. At the register, the...

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