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Student Profile: The Oladipo Sisters Take Music World by Storm

On a lucky morning you might catch Oladunni Oladipo (I) leading her acapella group, EP!C, through a layered arrangement of a popular song. If you’re even luckier her sister, Olayeni Oladipo (III), might also be performing at your assembly with her acapella group, Octet. Though Olayenni and Oladipo sing with different groups at Milton, outside [...]

Deborah Davidson’s “Dissipate Series” Hits the Nesto Gallery

According to literary magazine AGNI Online, Deborah Davidson’s exhibits have been included at the Danforth Museum of Art, Kingston Gallery, William Scott Gallery, Plum Gallery, Tufts University Art Gallery, Art Complex Museum, Montserrat College of Art, and G.A.S.P. Deborah Davidson is not only an artist, but also an educator and curator. She has an MFA [...]

Students Stage The Crucible for Milton’s Winter Production

Many of us know about the infamous Salem Witch Trials that took place in Massachusetts. These trials exhibit not only unjustified executions but also internal conflicts, daunting odds, and valiant struggles that Playwright Arthur Miller conveys in the world of The Crucible. With the guidance of Darlene Anastas, The Crucible’s director, Milton Academy’s cast breathed [...]

Berklee College of Music Hosts Annual High School Jazz Festival

On February 11th, 2017, Berklee College of Music hosted its annual High School Jazz Festival at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. According to the Berklee College of Music website, the festival hosted 127 schools and a total of more than 5,000 people attended. In this festival, Milton Academy’s most advanced jazz group competed against [...]

The Sundance Film Festival: An Avenue for Aspiring Filmmakers

Cameras, flashes, and neon signs! You step out of the car in your sharp suit or long dress, and you take your first few steps on the red carpet. But you’re no famous actor, actress, or director, nor are you standing on the red carpet of Hollywood or Broadway. Smiling, you find yourself bombarded with [...]

Celebrities and Companies Alike Respond to Trump’s Policies

On January 27, 2017 — the 7th day of President Donald Trump’s presidency —  Trump signed an executive order banning refugees and all travelers from seven prominently Muslim countries from entering the US. The order, intending to keep out “radical Islamic terrorists,” has incited outrage and horror across the country, causing many celebrities and domestic [...]

Choreographers Gear Up for Next Month’s Winter Dance Concert

The Winter Dance Concert is always one of the most anticipated events of the year and for good reason. Milton students and teachers dedicate extraordinary amounts of time and energy to perfect a spectacular array of dance routines. Auditions for the show start as early as November, and rehearsals continue throughout the winter season until [...]

The Run-Down on This Year’s Golden Globe Awards: Who Won Big

Most people are familiar with the Oscars, which give film awards, and the Emmys, which give television awards. But for one night a year, film and television are united in a less hyped award show called the Golden Globes. This year, the Golden Globes took place on Sunday, January 8th and were hosted by The [...]

Remembering Beloved Celebrities

With the new year approaching, I began hearing more and more people announce their pent-up frustrations about the 2016 year. The recent passing away of both Carrie Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds, only contributed to these feelings. Reynolds was known for her roles in film, most famously Kathy Selden in Singin’ in the Rain, [...]

The Nesto Gallery’s Newest Installation Celebrates Black History

On November 18, 2016, the Black History Matters 365 exhibit opened in the Nesto Gallery. The exhibit features artwork from various renowned and up-and-coming black artists in the Boston area. Many of the pieces tackle issues regarding the systemic oppression of black people in America. In 1985, filmmaker Nick Zedd coined the term transgressive with [...]



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