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Class of 2017 Nonfiction English Feature Articles

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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 [...]

Leora Tec Visits Milton to Discuss Memory and the Holocaust

As the number of Holocaust survivors dwindles, the need to recall the unvoiced stories of victims only becomes greater. The silences and inaccuracies surrounding the Holocaust must be replaced by the multiplicity of stories from the victims. Leora Tec, the founder and director of  the Bridge to Poland, an organization that showcases non-Jews memorizing Jewish [...]

Student Run HS&R Classes Promote Honest Conversations

HS&R, an optional sexual education course at Milton, offers students a platform to discuss sexuality and relationships in a fun and relaxed environment; classes began meetings two weeks ago. According to the Milton website, the course started in 1978 when students requested a forum for discussions concerning relationship issues that weren’t being addressed elsewhere at [...]

Milton Wins Recognition at BOSMUN

On the weekend of February 10th, thirty students represented Milton Academy at the Boston University Model United Nations, more affectionately known as BOSMUN. Joining a pool of over 1,000 delegates, the Milton delegation performed extremely well. In particular the underclassmen’s performances highlighted the future strength of Milton Academy’s Model UN team. Model United Nations, or [...]

Trump’s Judicial Appeal

On February 9th, Judges Richard Clifton, William Canby, and Michelle T. Friedland from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously decided to continue the block against President Trump’s immigration ban on seven predominantly Muslim countries: Libya, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Yemen, and Somalia. This decision was made just six days after U.S. Federal District Judge [...]

Milton Drops to #6 in MA on Niche’s Private School Ranking

Niche.com, a website specializing in ranking and rating schools, recently listed Milton Academy as the sixth best private high school in Massachusetts in 2017. To rank schools, the website compares features such as SAT/ACT scores, college enrollment, culture and diversity, student to teacher ratios, and parent and student responses about overall experience. The website also [...]

Guide to Course Selection at Milton

As course planning deadlines draw closer, Milton students are on the lookout for interesting classes for next year. Students have a broad variety of courses to choose from, seeing as the course catalogue is 35 pages long and includes half-credit courses, full-credit courses, and two year programs. Many courses are familiar to all Milton students, [...]

Artists Use Their Music to Take a Stand Against President Trump

On November 15th, 2016, Portland rapper Aminé appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. The rapper performed his hit “Caroline” with the backing of a string ensemble, á la Kanye West’s Late Orchestration. Aminé’s performance of the track went as planned, with some added embellishments to make the most out of his string section. [...]

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 [...]

Semester Schools Give Juniors a Home Away From Milton

  Between The Mountain School in Vermont, Chewonki in Maine, or CityTerm in New York City, students from Class II have the opportunity to take a semester away from Milton. The junior class is missing several members who are at semester programs or School Year Abroad (SYA) and is excited to have some returners for [...]



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