Crystal 99 (Student Newspaper)
About the Paper
The Crystal 99 is Malden Catholic's student newspaper. Written and published by an all-student staff, it aims to shed light on the life of the Malden Catholic community through independent reporting, breaking news, and student opinion. The paper is not only a source of information to the school, but also a way for students to voice their opinion to the whole community.
The Crystal 99 is published four to five times a year.
Moderators: Mr. Chris Cleary firstname.lastname@example.org, Ms. Brianna Robbins email@example.com
Interested in becoming a reporter? Have skills as an photographer, artist, or designer? Want to improve your skills with professional-level programs such as Adobe Indesign© and Photoshop©? The Crystal 99 is open to any and all student volunteers looking to use or improve their writing, technical skills, or journalism.
To get started, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, speak to one of the editors, or our faculty advisers.
Students are also invited to attend meetings for the Crystal 99, every Monday after school in the Learning Commons Conference room.
Writer, reporters, photographers, and artists are asked to ensure that deadlines are met and article assignments are in on time. All articles and other media can be sent to the following address:
If you have any questions, please contact your editor or faculty advisers.
Editor-In-Chief: Brett Thomas '18
Managing Editor: Vincent Swierk '18
News: Will Riley '17 & Liam Shaughnessy 17
Op/Ed: Ryan Donnelly '18
Arts: Sean Arria '17
Sports: Patrick Donnelly '18 & Cam Kelly '17
Photo: Matt Oteri '17