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RETIRING FACULTY AND STAFF

HEAD OF SCHOOL

Live Your Truth. Shout Your Kindness.

In a profile for the New Yorker last fall, writer Jeffrey Toobin described a 2014 confrontation in the checkout line at Home Depot between former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick ’74 and a man, angered by a policy decision,...

MESSAGES

Robert P. Moses

Dr. Robert P. Moses visited Milton as the Martin Luther King Jr. Day speaker. A contemporary of...

POST SCRIPT

There’s No “I” in “Reporter”

By Molly Falconer de Ramel ’88 Reporting is in my blood, for better or for worse. (It has to be, because mostly you get paid nothing and work all the time.) As a toddler, I used to leap around the house with an actual stopwatch...

WHY WE NEED JOURNALISTS

Publishing stories: researching, interviewing, analyzing, reporting and responding—is challenging and in some cases, dangerous. Has the profession been affected by the wave of invectives, the efforts to sow mistrust, the drive to discredit journalists’ work? What seems difficult and what is rewarding about reporting on the world? Journalists are critical agents in helping us develop the awareness and the acuity to understand our world and to inform our choices.