• About Rebecca Oliveira

    Finishing up her last year at MHS, Senior Rebecca Olivera wants to be make it an unforgettable one. Having a deep passion for writing, Rebecca loves to write and is interested in journalism, which is why she joined the class. She’s looking forward to learning how to do photography and being a reporter. Since this is her last year, she hopes to excel in the class and make it the best time here. Olivera mentioned that MHS has helped her get out of her shell more has been involved in afterschool activities such as the visual arts club. In her free time, Rebecca likes to read, write, and draw. Her favorite genre of books ranges from classical to fantasy. The Flash, CSI, and Once Upon A Time are just some of the shows she like to watch. She’s a big fan of Marvel and Michael Bay’s movies (Transformer). Her dream vacation is to go to Hawaii because one of her favorite shows was filmed there (Hawaii Five-0). Genres of music she’s into, are contemporary, upbeat, and gospel music. Still indecisive on where she wants to go college, she wants to major involving around writing or communication. Her parents work at a coffee shop, in which she gained new experiences like making coffee, smoothies and breaking ice. Her favorite food is pasta and she is the oldest out of three siblings, (1 sister and 1 brother). Grant Gustin, Dylan O’brien, and Tyler Posey are just the few celebrities she likes. Rebecca is very excited to start her senior year.

    What is Love?

    by  • May 10, 2017 • Opinion • 0 Comments

    What is love? Love is one of the strangest and most powerful forces of nature in the universe, and it is timeless. It takes on many forms, surrounding us with its presence and we long for it in its absence. For some people it’s just an intense feeling of emotion, euphoria, and hormones. Others...

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    Intergenerational Ping Pong Tournament

    by  • May 3, 2017 • Sports • 0 Comments

    On April 27th, the Ping Pong Club had an intergenerational tournament in the Malden High School cafeteria from 6pm to 8pm, brought to you by the combined efforts of the Malden Reads and Chinese Culture Connection. It’s part of the Community N Unity Celebration at Malden High School. People of all ages, young and...

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    A Look Into the Ping Pong Club

    by  • April 5, 2017 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    Originally established by former Malden High School student, Tri Pham, the ping pong club was founded about two years ago. Now, it is lead by Malden High senior Brandon Li. The club is made up of between ten to fifteen members that are all Malden High School students, who are extremely passionate about ping...

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    Boys Lacrosse: Start of the Season

    by  • March 29, 2017 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    BY SARA ZAKARIA & REBECCA OLIVEIRA  Tryouts for boys lacrosse started on March 20th, and will formally end this week, with their roster finalized. There are about forty to forty-five students between the the varsity and JV teams, due to the sport becoming increasingly more popular each year, but there are still a few other...

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    Malden Field of Dreams Project

    by  • March 16, 2017 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    BY NEDEN BERNADIN & REBECCA OLIVEIRA The Malden Field of Dreams is an ongoing project to revitalize the empty field by the MBTA station that is currently owned by National Grid. The project was originally proposed to establish an Independent League team, but it was decided to establish an affiliated team with the Minor...

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    Figure Skating: Winterfest Competition

    by  • February 1, 2017 • Game Recap, Sports • 0 Comments

    On January 16, 2017, Malden High School’s Figure Skating team competed in an annual competition against the eight other figure skating teams from different cities in Massachusetts. The competition was held in Gloucester at 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., hosted by the Shoreline Skating Club. Overall, the figure skating team placed fourth, placing second...

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    Church League Softball

    by  • January 13, 2017 • Homepage, Sports • 1 Comment

    Established in the 1940, the Protestant Church Athletic Association (PCAA) was created by Al Locke and Ken MacCuish, a basketball program alongside the softball program to, “espouse the virtues of character, courage, and loyalty,” explains Commissioner/Treasurer Steve Butland from the Church Softball League. Butland elaborates on the Church Softball League’s humble beginnings, saying that...

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    A Look Into the Badminton Club

    by  • January 12, 2017 • Homepage, Sports • 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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