Give Me Insta or Give Me Death

Milton’s social media accounts consistently project us as a school of warmth and acceptance. We’ve seen Mr. Bland standing seemingly enraptured in front of the bleachers, lauding us with almost teary affection for our talent and kindness. And yet, out of fear that competitiveness will spiral into some form of cyberbullying, the SGA and the [...]

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Editorial

Give Me Insta or Give Me Death

Milton’s social media accounts consistently project us as a school of warmth and acceptance. We’ve seen Mr. Bland standing seemingly enraptured in front of the bleachers, lauding us with almost teary affection for our talent and kindness. And yet, out of fear that competitiveness will spiral into some form of cyberbullying, the SGA and the [...]

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News

Senior Projects Preview by Jimmy DeLano

As the college admission frenzy subsides, seniors can finally catch their breath by embarking on one of the most anticipated events during a Milton student’s career: Senior Projects. Senior projects, according to Ms. Bonenfant, are, “a great opportunity to do something on your own and of your choosing rather than something that your teachers have [...]

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Opinion

The Charter School Debate

Weeks ago, a survey was sent out to the Milton community regarding education, both national and international. Students and faculty were asked about international education rankings, issues with the national and international education systems. Although we, as students of Milton Academy, may often fail to recognize the flaws of America’s public education system, the results [...]

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Sports

The Masters: A tradition unlike any other

If you’ve ever flipped your television to CBS nowadays, it’s impossible to avoid the hype surrounding The Masters Tournament. The ads for what is arguably Golf’s most famous event show a dew-filled green, flowery trees and majestic fairways. Tied together by Jim Nantz’s sweet whisper, the Masters just beg for you to crash in front [...]

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Arts & Entertainment

C2R

Last weekend, the class of 2017 was prepped and ready to go on the annually anticipated Class II Retreat, or C2R, to Camp Bournedale. With bags packed and hearts set for an unpredictable adventure, we suddenly received several notifications a mere hour before the bus was scheduled to ship us off to Plymouth for 24 [...]

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Humor

Rejected ODP Trips

Backpacking to Goodwin Commute to Upton and back The librarian conference Punta A re-creation of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Searching for the Fountain of Youth in Duxbury, MA The unveiling convention for a new legendary pokemon in southern Osaka, Japan A re-creation of Ernest Hemingway’s “Indian Camp” Bouldering @ CU Boulder Spirit Quest [...]

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