• About Leila Greige

    Leila Greige is a senior at Malden High. Greige is Editor in Chief of Print and has been a part of the Blue and Gold Newspaper throughout all four years of high school. She is looking forward to working in depth on the paper and coming up with new strategies to incorporate time management. Her role model is her best friend Anna Powers who is also Editor in Chief of Print. Greige loves to read and write on her spare time and her favorite book is “The Lovely Bones” by Alice Sebold. Greige also goes to the gym and plays sports like soccer and lacrosse in her free time after school. After high school, Greige is interested and plans on going to a four year college in New York and still isn’t sure what she wants to do yet, but wishes to take part in working with children with disabilities.


    Top Ten Profile: Felicia Lombardi

    by  • June 5, 2017 • Homepage, Top 10 • 0 Comments

    After a successful four years at Malden High, Felicia Lombardi has become a very accomplished athlete and student. Lombardi, who is third in her class, will be leaving Malden High with great experiences and memories as a four year athlete in both soccer and swim, member of the National Honors Society, Chemistry and History...

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    Overcoming A Challenge

    by  • June 6, 2016 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    With a final record of 3-15, the Malden High School’s boys lacrosse team has demonstrated nothing but stability, courage, and perseverance throughout this season. Being one of the most challenging sports that MHS offers, and one of the few sports without a youth team, they have grown dramatically since the beginning of the year,...

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    Boys Lacrosse: Cradling the Season

    by  • April 13, 2016 • Sports • 0 Comments

    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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    Genetic Engineering: Modifying the Human Genome One Allele at a Time

    by  • March 18, 2016 • Opinion • 0 Comments

    At the heart of the technological society that characterizes the United States lies an unacknowledged paradox. Although the nation increasingly depends on technology and is adopting new technologies at a breathtaking pace, we are not equipped to make well-considered decisions or to think critically about technology. Technology is a product of engineering and science....

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    Boys Basketball Mid-Season Update

    by  • January 15, 2016 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    With a current record of 3-5, Malden High School’s boys basketball team has  demonstrated great skill and athleticism. The boys have been working tirelessly on and off the court to improve themselves both individually and as a team. Senior captain Simson Liberis explained that “the season so far has been decent for the team.”...

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    Malden V. Medford Thanksgiving Game

    by  • December 23, 2015 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    The Malden High School Golden Tornado and the Medford Mustangs add another chapter to one of the most historic high school football games on Thanksgiving, with a victory score of 59-36. The Malden boys soak up the triumph and take home the trophy. Senior Mack Brunot expressed that “bringing back the trophy to the...

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    Boys Basketball First Shots Fired

    by  • December 22, 2015 • Sports • 0 Comments

    Malden High School’s boys basketball team is starting the season fresh off the court. The boys are expected to go far this season, and are looking to advance in the playoffs. Senior captain Simson Liberis reveals that he is “looking most forward to having a good season and retiring into the playoffs.....

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    Football Profile: Robert Collins

    by  • November 25, 2015 • Athlete Profiles, Sports • 0 Comments

    With football being a passion, and “more than just a sport,” senior Robert Collins has been playing football since his freshman year. His love for the sport carries out through his family, a builds connections among others. “Football is more than a sport it is a lifestyle. I grew up playing football like my...

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