• Posts Tagged ‘history’

    A Brief, Recent History of Boys Lax at MHS

    by  • March 17, 2017 • Sports • 0 Comments

    Lacrosse has been a popular sport in American culture for a lengthy amount of time, and is regularly played in high schools, like ours. Malden High School is home to two lacrosse teams, one for the girls and one for the boys. With a brand new season approaching for the Boys Lacrosse team, it’s...

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    Malden Historical Society Hosts Antique Show

    by  • March 16, 2017 • Local • 0 Comments

    The Malden Historical Antique Society’s 2017 Antique Show provided citizens, antique collectors, and auctioneers with “an opportunity to share knowledge of good, interesting items of yesteryear.” Held at Anthony’s in Malden on Saturday, March 11th, various dealers, collectors, and everyday individuals from in and around the city of Malden met to display items, and...

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    A History of Baseball at MHS

    by  • March 10, 2017 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    The Malden High School’s baseball team has been successful over the years. The team progresses year by year hoping to get closer and closer to more success as the seasons go by.   In 2012, MHS’s baseball team had an uneasy season, but with the hard work accomplished throughout the season, the team had...

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    A History of Outdoor Track

    by  • March 10, 2017 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    Outdoor track is a sport that holds contests between athletes that establish who can run the fastest, throw the longest, and jump the highest. It originated around 776 BC. from the Olympic Games. Koroibos, a cook, won the stadium race and a foot race 600 feet long. According to literary traditions, this was the...

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    A History of Gymnastics

    by  • December 16, 2016 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    BY JOSANDY JEUNE & SABRINA MONTEIRO  Gymnastics is a sport that was named after the ancient greek word for disciplinary exercises. The sport is combined with a multitude of exercises which include running, jumping, wrestling, and weightlifting. It illustrates physical skills which can help balance the mind. Meaning it teaches combinations of body control,...

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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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    Golf: Behind the Strokes

    by  • October 21, 2016 • Homepage, Sports, World • 0 Comments

    Originating in Scotland, tracing back to the 15th centuries, modern golf is played all over the world: it spreads all over the 5 continents- America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and even Asia! Many thought of golf as a basic game with a simple goal- to hit the ball into the designated place nothing more, nothing...

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    Generation Citizen at Malden High School

    by  • April 1, 2016 • Homepage • 0 Comments

    Generation citizen is an organization that encourages and empowers the youth to become engaged citizens. From campaigns of lowering the legal voting age to hosting civics day, generation citizen gives young people a platform to have their voices be heard and help make their communities a better place. It’s a program that has grown...

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    Forgotten Pharaoh?

    by  • February 28, 2014 • Homepage, World, World & History • 0 Comments

    BY ANDREW COGLIANO A newly discovered Egyptian tomb has Egyptologists worldwide questioning the current written history of the pharaohs. The tomb of Woseribre Senebkay, described on his sarcophagus as the “king of upper and lower Egypt,” was unearthed by a team of archaeologists in January of this year. Senebkay is unique in the fact...

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    Feminism: A Love Story

    by  • March 11, 2014 • Homepage • 0 Comments

    By JULIA PARKER Sexism: one word, two syllables, but an idea that has been used a billion times, and an idea that has worked against women in modern day. While sexism was a lot worse in previous times, where women were not allowed to vote, or own property, or even speak out of turn,...

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