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The Class of 2017: A Reflection By Todd Bland

Todd Bland shares his thoughts for departing and rising seniors (Alex Paul '18)

Q: How would you describe this year’s senior class? A: The Class of 2017 is made up of so many accomplished, diverse, wonderful individuals who have contributed greatly to our school. Particularly striking to me is how well the members of this class have gotten along with one another. They clearly like each other, and [...]

Conversations about Race

Sophia Wilson Pelton '17

This is a collection of articles and letters from the students and faculty of the Milton community, sharing their opinions in a joint issue between The Milton Measure and The Milton Paper.   [Editorial] Let’s Listen   A Message from the Head of School by Todd Bland Q&A with the Academic Dean: Jackie Bonenfant Lessons from [...]

Upperclassmen Serve on May 1st Community Engagement Day

Students participate in 2017 CEPP Day (Joy Lee '17)

  Every other year in May, Milton students take a break from their routine schedules and participate in Community Engagement Day. This year, some of the sites and programs involved in the day included the Boston Food Bank, the Epiphany School, the Taylor Elementary School, various elder homes, the Higashi School, Wesley Childcare Center, and [...]

Investigating Perceived Gap Between Milton Boys’ and Girls’ Sports

Perceived Gap between Milton Boys' and Girls' Sports by Brie Lawson '17 and Mollie Ames '17

Many athletes at Milton have pointed to perceived inconsistencies between the treatment of girls’ and boys’ athletics at Milton, whether surrounding funding, recruitment, or fan support. In a poll sent out to Milton’s student body, 70% of respondents answered “yes” to the question “Do you think there is a disparity in Milton’s attention to and [...]

Class II Retreat Doesn’t Get Cancelled This Year, Juniors Bond

Juniors Gather Around Campfire at C2R

Two weekends ago, the junior class headed to Camp Bournedale in Plymouth, MA for the annual Class II retreat, better known as C2R. The purpose of this trip is to strengthen the class’s sense of identity, develop its leadership skills, and ultimately help juniors become successful senior models for the school. A committee consisting of [...]

Class of 2017 Nonfiction English Feature Articles


This is a full collection of the feature articles written by students of Ms. Baker’s, Ms. Polk’s, and Ms. Goldenberg’s Nonfiction English classes. The War on Bias: Black Lives Matter in MA Communities by Te Palandjian ’17 Modern Sounds of Modern Massachusetts: The Politics of a Stagnating Scene by Henry Claudy ’17 The Complex Effects [...]

SGA Debates Newest Gender Amendment to Its Constitution

SGA representatives debate the merits of the current and proposed Head Monitor systems (Henry Claudy '17)

In the Roman Republic, leadership and power were split between two consuls. In the millennia that have since followed, this structure of two leaders has become ever present in our society. At Milton, we find these pairs in every facet of day-to-day life whether it be co-heads of clubs, peer group leaders, or co-captains of [...]

Let it Snow! The Administration’s Recipe for Calling Snow Days


Even with the winter season almost over and temperatures beginning to rise, “snow day roulette” appears to be just as popular now as it was when the snow first began to fall. It’s not hard to see the appeal in forgetting about your homework for the night if a snow day seems imminent the next [...]

Brady is GOAT, Wins 5th Super Bowl


It was a Super Bowl for the ages, as the New England Patriots battled back from a 25-point deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons 34 to 28 in overtime at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Regarded by many as the most exciting Super Bowl ever played, the game was truly a story of two halves. [...]

Gender Equality Advocates Plan a Women’s March on Washington

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On August 28th, 1963, over two hundred thousand people converged in Washington D.C. for what is perhaps the most famous political rally in American history. According to The History Channel, this rally, formally known as “The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom,” aimed to spread awareness of civil inequality. It aimed to persuade Washington [...]

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