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HEAD OF SCHOOL

FACULTY PERSPECTIVES

Lessons in Grieving

Suzanne DeBuhr, a faculty member in Milton Academy’s history department and director of spiritual...

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AT MILTON

ACROSS THE QUAD

What We’re Reading

Fall is the perfect time to sink into a great book. We asked Milton faculty and staff members to share their favorite pleasure reads. Here are their recommendations. Ian Torney ’82 Upper School Visual Arts Chair Color: A Natural...

MESSAGES

Messages

“Much of the joy of fiction is that dimension of reaching out, of imagining, and creating...

A MINDFUL LIFE

“Forever, is composed of Nows,” wrote Emily Dickinson more than a century and a half ago—a message that resonates today more than ever. Modern life—with its overwhelming demands and distractions—makes it increasingly difficult to pause and reflect upon our lives. In this issue, Milton alumni share their stories about the power of living in the Now—of staying present to more fully assess our lives and relationships. We also feature a story about making student mental health a priority, and hear from our faculty about the importance of taking the time to listen and stay connected to ourselves.