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Stacy’s Updated Perspective on Milton’s Sports Requirements

Whether you entered Milton as a kindegartener or a junior in high school, you have undoubtedly heard of the famed Project Adventure and Fit-con. Part of the long-standing sports requirements at Milton, these mandatory classes for freshmen and sophomores have elicited feelings of both joy and annoyance among the student body. Over the years, however, […]

New Beginnings and Complacency in Milton’s Second Semester

Starting a new semester can be a little daunting. Many of us feel relieved to have survived our first semester and eagerly anticipate the arrival of the second as a clean slate. However, a new semester also provides a new set of obstacles to overcome. I want to both warn and reassure students who may […]

The Resurrection of Jesus, Gabriel Jesus: Manchester City Reborn

While most Americans were preparing for Paul Pierce’s final return to the TD Garden and the little thing called the Super Bowl — Go Pats — our fellow English speakers across the pond were delighting in their weekly helping of Premier League football, gameweek 24. The weekend started off with Chelsea versus Arsenal. Since Arsenal’s […]

Mr. Skinner Addresses the Milton Community on Veterans Day

Last week, the Milton Academy community came together to honor American veterans who serve, have served, or have given their lives for our country. Veterans Day was on Friday, November 11th, and Milton commemorated the holiday in two parts. First, on Wednesday, Mr. Skinner, the Director of College Counseling, gave a speech about his uncle […]

Hacksaw Ridge Debuts for Veterans Day

On November 4, 2016, Lionsgate released their new film, Hacksaw Ridge, to the public.  The film follows the true story of Medal of Honor recipient Desmond T. Doss, portrayed by Andrew Garfield, through his remarkable journey as a World War II soldier who refused to kill. According to The New York Times, Doss was drafted into […]

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, […]

Jonathan Mooney Redefines “Normal”

What is normal? That was the question posed to students on Wednesday, October 5th by Talbot Speaker Jonathan Mooney. Jonathan Mooney, a member of Brown University’s Class of 2000, is an accomplished writer of three books about neurodiversity: The Short Bus: A Journey Beyond Normal, Learning Outside the Lines, and A Traveler’s Guide to Initiation. […]

A Day in the Life: Underclassmen vs. Upperclassmen


Special Olympics 2016

Hana Widerman ‘19 Special Olympics Massachusetts is an organization that provides year-round sports training, as well as athletic competition, to athletes with intellectual disabilities. The Special Olympics is attempting to decrease the isolation of students with intellectual disabilities, especially at schools where they are the most prone to bullying. The opportunity to engage and compete […]

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