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Stories written by Alexander Chen

No, I Didn’t Sit In. And No, I’m Not a Racist

By Alexander Chen ’18 As an Asian-American, with basically all of my family living in the United States (parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, cousins), my whole life has revolved around American culture. With my parents immigrating from China to America in the 90s, I’ve never really felt trouble assimilating to American culture. Having parents who’ve [...]

Trump Unleashes Many Executive Orders in the First Two Weeks

#NotMyPresident, #DeleteUber, #BoycottStarbucks, #NoBanNoWall… Trump’s first week was definitely no normal week in Washington. Taking the oath of office on January 20th, President Trump quickly followed-up on key campaign promises by enacting numerous executive orders and presidential memoranda. Immediately addressing controversial issues like the Affordable Care Act, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the wall on the [...]

Donald Trump Wins Presidency After Grueling Election Night

10 p.m., 11 p.m., 12 a.m.… all too close to tell. At around 2 a.m. Eastern Time, on Thursday, November 8, 2016, America broke a barrier. This barrier was not Hillary Clinton’s glass ceiling of gender equality, but Donald Trump’s barrier of 270 electoral votes. Losing the popular vote but winning in electoral votes, Donald [...]

Final Face-off For Trump and Clinton

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This past week marked the season finale of an exhilarating three-part series between an email-seeking shark and a shimmying, balloon-loving “wife of Bill Clinton.” No, this series wasn’t some new twisted television series. It was this year’s presidential debates. October 19th closed the series between Donald J. Trump and Hillary Rodham Clinton. During this series, [...]

Latest Primaries Leave Trump and Clinton as Likely Nominees

On May 4th, 2016, after the dropouts of Ted Cruz and John Kasich, Donald Trump became the presumptive nominee for the Republican Party. Similarly, Hillary Clinton secured her lead for the Democratic nomination after winning the New York primary on April 29th. In a race that started out with 23 candidates, only three are left [...]

Senior Nick Mehlman Runs Marathon in 3 Hours 18 Minutes

While most Milton students were relaxing during Spring vacation, Nick Mehlman (I) was training in the cold for the Boston Marathon. Nick prepared everyday for months for the marathon and was more than ready to run 26.2 miles by April 18, 2016. Nick, who hoped to qualify for next year’s marathon, ran alongside over 27,000 [...]

Milton Students Go Global for Spring Break

Students are finally returning back to campus after the nearly two-and-a-half week spring break. Coming back from around the world, students must get back to their exhausting job of being a Milton student. Although break is over, many students are happy to relive their favorite moments of their vacations. A number of students are returning [...]

Clinton and Trump Score Big On Super Tuesday

The first big test for presidential hopefuls was on March 1, 2016, otherwise known as Super Tuesday. Democrats and Republicans, hoping to earn as many delegates as possible, fought in 12 states in primaries and caucuses. While less than 30% of both party’s delegates were allocated, according to POLITICO, this competition tested each candidate’s ability [...]

Faculty Spotlights Sabbaticals: Larry Fitzpatrick & Hugo Caraballo

With second semester underway, we welcome back Larry Fitzpatrick and Hugo Caraballo from their first semester sabbaticals. Mr. Hugo Caraballo is a member of the Modern Language Department. He currently teaches four sections of Spanish classes: two sections of Spanish 2, one of Spanish 2/3, and one of Spanish 4 honors. He has taught at [...]

Donald Trump Blows Iowa Caucus

The Iowa Caucus, on February 1, 2015, marked the beginning of the road to the White House. As the first caucus of the presidential race, the Iowa Caucus gave Americans a peek at what to expect throughout the rest of the race. According to a Feb. 2 Associated Press article, Ted Cruz won on the [...]

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