• About Subin Bastola

    Having been in America for only 15 months, Subin Bastola is a senior at Malden High who took interest in The Blue and Gold considering his passion for writing, adapting new dexterity, and reading the news itself. Bastola’s interests include activities such as playing and watching soccer, reading books, listening to music, and watching movies, like his favorite: Groundhog Day. Bastola was born in and came from Nepal, where as his father lived in America for seven years. Back in Nepal “things are very different” Bastola says. Instead of students moving from class to class like they do at Malden High, they stay seating while the teachers transfer. “Exams are a lot harder,” announces Bastola. They also have no lockers, so carrying eight books around is a hustle. Bastola learned to speak English in Nepal, where he wrote poems and acclimated the ways and fundamentals of writing. With regulations such as restrictions to growing long hair and having a dress code, Bastola has gotten accustomed to the new school system. Although Bastola doesn’t know that many people in the Blue and Gold yet, he is looking forward to integrating and making new friends in his graduating year at Malden High.

    Boys Basketball: Tipping-off the Season

    by  • December 9, 2016 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    BY ABHISHEK RANA & SUBIN BASTOLA  This winter, the Malden High School boys basketball team will play their final season in the Greater Boston League (GBL).  After the winter season concludes, MHS will be moving conferences to the Northeastern Conference (NEC). With this season being their last in the GBL, the boys hope to...

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    A Brief History of Basketball

    by  • December 2, 2016 • Homepage, National, Sports, World, World & History • 0 Comments

    If you ask about favorite sports to people, undoubtedly most of the people have same answer; basketball. The reason behind the popularity of the basketball is its extremely fascinating history. Canadian-American James Naismith is known as the father of Basketball. He invented basketball while teaching at the International YMCA training school in Springfield, Massachusetts...

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    Boys Soccer: Every Play Everyday

    by  • November 7, 2016 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    As the fall sports come to close, the Malden High School boys soccer team has finally come to close with the record of 7-9-3. The team is lead by junior captain Patrick Pereira. The team has participated very actively in every game. The season was inaugurated with the game against East Boston. The team...

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    Boys Soccer: Shooting for Goals

    by  • October 4, 2016 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    As the season has begun for the Malden Golden Tornadoes boys soccer team, they take on the field with a current record of 2-3-2. Malden lost their first home conference game of the season on Wednesday, September 21st against Everett with a score of 5-2. Though, this year’s team is looking forward to getting...

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