• About Sara Zakaria

    Sara Zakaria, a sophomore, has a strong interest in Journalism as a returning reporter for the Blue and Gold, but in her free time she also enjoys reading and baking. Her favorite book, is Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh while her favorite author is Bret Easton Ellis. Zakaria loves to watch a variety of films; her favorite movies include American Psycho, The Usual Suspects, La Haine, and works by Quentin Tarantino. Zakaria also enjoys listening to alternative and classic rock such as The Clash, Pearl Jam and The Smiths. She has also taken a liking to swimming and will continue with the sport for the remainder of her high school career. Due to Zakarias’s avowed passion for writing, she intends to become a journalist in the future.

    Gymnastics: Season Ender

    by  • February 15, 2018 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    This year’s Gymnastics season has come to an end, and all of its members are extremely proud of their efforts this season. The gymnastics team has a record of 4-5, with four wins, and five losses. Senior Max Weng thought that overall, the season went “much better” than the team has expected. This year...

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    Gymnastics Profile: Max Weng

    by  • January 12, 2018 • Athlete Profiles, Local, Sports • 0 Comments

    This gymnastics season will be the last season for senior Max Weng, after competing with the team since his sophomore year in high school. Weng joined Malden High’s Gymnastics team his sophomore year, with his friends Ricky Mei and Kevin Phan. The trio went to the same kung fu school together, where they had...

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    Gymnastics Profile: Thays Almeida

    by  • December 18, 2017 • Homepage • 0 Comments

    Almeida joined the Gymnastics team her freshman year, after contemplating whether or not to join Gymnastics or Swim. She recalled that she “actually ended up going to the captains practices for swimming” but “ended up trying out for gymnastics”. To her delight, she made the team, which “ was really excited about”. Almeida said...

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    Trump Makes Jerusalem the Capital of Israel

    by  • December 13, 2017 • Homepage • 0 Comments

    This week, Trump has announced his decision not only to make Jerusalem, a city known for its interfaith connections, the capital of Israel, but he will also move the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv. While the President of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, praised Trump for his decision, many world leaders have...

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    Gymnastics 2017-2018 Season Begins

    by  • December 5, 2017 • Sports • 0 Comments

    Malden High’s Gymnastics team has begun its 2017-2018 season. New members have already been practicing with the older members, and everyone is excited. Sophomore Kelly Zhou, who joined the team as a freshman, said that this year, the “team completely expanded, almost tripled the amount of people had last year” and “...

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    Field Hockey: Season Closer

    by  • November 1, 2017 • Homepage • 0 Comments

    By Sara Zakaria and Angelina Prum Malden High School’s Field Hockey season is coming to a close, and they are determined to maintain a positive outlook for the season. Unfortunately, the Varsity team did not pull in a victory this year. However, the scores were extremely close, which is a significant improvement from last year. One...

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