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The Milton Measure
Stories written by Sophie Cloherty

Class of 2016 Plans and Executes Unapproved Senior Skip Day

Seniors lying on the ground

“Anyone want to do skip day tomorrow? Like if you want to skip.” Posted by Nat Deacon (I) to the Milton Academy Class of 2016 Facebook group this past Sunday, April 23rd at 8:06pm, these words garnered over 90 likes, and sparked the beginning of the Class of 2016’s unique attempt to plan their own [...]

NEAISL Conference Returns to Milton Academy after 42 Years

Two Fridays ago I was walking behind two peppy seniors headed to Cox Library. One had a neon blue backpack and the other had a pair of white vans that matched his sport crewneck. However, upon nearing the entrance, both the Class I students and myself were confused by a bold paper sign on the [...]

Honoring Harper Lee: Public Boo Radley, Private Beloved Friend

On February 19th in her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama, Harper Lee passed away in her sleep at the age of 89. When I was twelve years old I read To Kill a Mockingbird and met my first literary hero: Atticus Finch. The brave heart of Harper Lee’s renowned novel has settled godlike into the hearts [...]

New Faculty Spotlights

Mr. Blanton, new History Teacher and Boys Varsity Soccer Assistant Coach Matthew Blanton played soccer and earned his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Dartmouth College on a pre-med track. After college, Mr. Blanton taught math at the Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut, and consequently developed a love for teaching. He returned to school and earned [...]

Todd Bland Reflects: An Interview with the Head of School

How has Milton changed since your first year here in 2009-2010? How do you think you personally have contributed to this change? Milton, when I first arrived in 2009, was going through a lot, institutionally, and a lot of it was very contentious. If you were to group the challenges into one area, it would [...]

An Opinion on Opinions

Some Milton students are aware of what is happening in the world. Unfortunately, many are not. These students see the world through social media and campus trends, moving from one topic to another without completely internalizing either. In light of this past year’s events—on and off campus—all students have become more aware of the duty [...]

Abroad from the Quad: A Look at Exchange Programs

Milton offers two exchange opportunities through the language department. About twenty students in level three and above of each language can choose to travel to Aix, France or Madrid, Spain. The exchanges vary in length, and their purposes, according to the Milton website, are to “build upon the language [students] have acquired at Milton but [...]

The Pros and Cons of Hosting the Olympics

The Olympic Games bring together people from all over the world in ways no other competition can. To be chosen as the host country of the games has always been, and continues to be, a prestigious honor for which national representatives compete up to seven years in advance. But do the Olympics benefit the country [...]

Education on Depression Will Create Safer Environment

On January 17th, 2014, Madison Holleran, a 19-year old track star at the University of Pennsylvania, jumped off a parking garage to her death. Her father told the New York Post that she had spoken about her depression to her family, who, in turn, encouraged her to seek a therapist. The news of this tragedy [...]

Reading DC Statements in Assemblies

It’s Tuesday morning assembly. SGA class representatives are talking about an upcoming event, and class deans are standing off to the side ensuring the accuracy of their attendance lists. This assembly seems to be just like any other. However, today is different; today, Mr. Heard is waiting in the back, giving a nod to a [...]

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