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Author: Roberto De Oliveira
As another year slips on by, another year of new recruits for the Blue and Gold’s dedicated team is added to the roster. One such recruit, senior Roberto De Oliveira, is excited to bring what he can to the Blue and Gold team and thus make his senior year at Malden High School that much more meaningful. According to De Oliveira, his experience at MHS so far has been “great” and has shown him “a lot of opportunities.” One of De Oliveira’s favorite activities within the school was his participation in the Interact Club. “[He loves] helping out,” and running in races. This is, however, more of a recreational activity for De Oliveira, as he likes running “for [himself]” as opposed to competitive running. Joining the team at the Blue and Gold was something he wanted to do since freshman year, but he did not always have the time to pursue. As for the future, De Oliveira is not sure at all where it will take him, as he wants to venture out into the world and experience things first, as De Oliveira “[likes] not being able to envision what [he is] going to be doing in 10 years.”