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A New Year’s Celebration Unlike the Others: Dariya’s (III) Story

Workout at least 3 times a week. Limit carbs and sugars. Stop ignoring texts. Here are just a few of the completely BS new year’s resolutions that I take on every year. And along with these three lies come twenty more — this year I even organized my list by “mind, body, and soul.” What [...]

Trump Should Have Chosen Romney

  On Tuesday, December 13th, 2016, President-Elect Donald Trump nominated Rex Tillerson, the Chief Executive Officer of transnational ExxonMobil, to act as his Secretary of State. Other than Tillerson, Trump had also considered the 2012 Republican candidate Mitt Romney, former mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani, former House Speaker and Congressman Newt Gingrich, and [...]

[Editorial] False Confidence: Our Apology

We would like to issue an apology. Like many other publications, The Milton Measure became blind to what we thought was an impossibility: a Trump Presidency. We closed our last editorial by saying, “as a board, we are proud to endorse [Hillary Clinton], and we are confident that with this crucial endorsement, she will win [...]

Unpopular Electoral College, Not a Historical Relic, Has Merit

Since its constitutional implementation in 1787, the electoral college has in theory given more fair representation to voters. This system consists of 538 electors, and the number of electors for each state aligns with the members in its congressional delegation. The electoral college itself has the task of electing the President and Vice President of [...]

Real World Education, Cooking Class?

By the time we graduate from Milton, we’ll be experts in everything from weeding out Megablunders to conducting our own labs, from finding the derivative of any point in a function to learning how to scale a rope net in Project Adventure. However, one thing Milton fails to teach us is a mundane, day-to-day skillset. [...]

The Bright Side of the 2016 Election: Thinking Optimistically

Statistically speaking, it is likely that those of you reading this article are distraught about the latest election cycle. And so am I. It is a disappointing result, and it is concerning to see such a manifestly unprepared candidate win. But we need a little hope right now, so here are some good things that [...]

Essay of Ideas: Transforming from “EC” to “Eshani” Chakrabarti

“E-S-H-A-N-I” I begrudgingly explain as we go around the table in my seventh grade english class. “It’s half my mum’s name and half my dad’s name.” Seeing the confusion adorning my classmates faces, I further explain. “It’s a made up name. Kind of strange. You can just call me EC.” When you meet someone new, [...]

[Editorial] Ain’t No Rest for the Impressionable Youth

Miltonian culture has adopted a new spelling of the word “success”: “Ivy League.” Sure, Stanford and MIT are considered successful college destinations anywhere, but the point stands: your college’s U.S. News and World Report Ranking becomes your legacy once you leave Milton. This narrow-minded definition of success, as our Talbot speaker Jonathan Mooney would say, [...]

Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson Tries His Best

In our dark and depraved election cycle of 2016, the field, after several months of Ted Cruz’s serial killer face and the semi-coherent Reddit conspiracy theories of Bernie Sanders backers, was finally whittled down to two candidates.  One was a career politician, certainly qualified, inarguably intelligent and knowledgeable, but widely disliked.  The other was a [...]

Math Department Converts to eBooks in Place of Textbooks

At the start of the year, I walked into Wigg Hall where the makeshift bookstore was set up. I went to the corner of the room and found the box with my name written on it, which contained my textbooks for the year. Knowing that an order I had made on Amazon would also come [...]



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