Journalist, author and cultural critic Touré ’89 returned to campus as the Sally Bowles ’56 Keynote Speaker for Seminar Day 2018. “As journalists, our integrity is under assault,” said Touré, who hosts The Touré Show podcast....Read More
Category: On Centre
Numerous Milton students were recognized for their short stories and poetry this year. Senior Jessica Wang’s short story, “Child from the Stars,” will be published in Hyphen magazine. Founded in 2002, Hyphen is a nonprofit news...Read More
Qualifying among the country’s most competitive math students, Lawrence Kim ’21 represented Milton in the highly selective United States of America Junior Mathematics Olympiad (USAJMO). Lawrence qualified for the USAJMO with...Read More
Milton welcomed Jennifer Anderson as the School’s chief communication officer this spring. In her role, Jennifer will develop and implement a comprehensive communication strategy for the institution, including oversight of...Read More
Adrian Anantawan has toured the world as a violin soloist and performed on some of its most...Read More
When George Luo ’18 wrote his first screenplay at the end of his freshman year at Milton, he rounded up about 20 people who said they’d be interested in helping him make the film. Over that summer, interest fizzled, and George...Read More
Milton students mentored middle- and elementary-school students at HUBweek’s Girl Hackathon, a Boston event that encourages young girls to develop a love of computer programming and coding. Jessica Wang ’18, Charlotte Moremen...Read More
This spring, four students represented Milton for the first time in the National Economics...Read More
How does fun figure in your life? Finding joy in the pursuit of an activity, or a craft or a skill, is valuable beyond its short-term pleasure. Play, even when it’s actually hard work, profoundly affects emotional balance, self-esteem, competency and drive. Play is a vital resource for successful people. In this issue, Milton Magazine brings stories about alumni ventures that have been labors of love. An observer might think their work looks like fun. Driven by a particular passion, these alumni end up pursuing creative work that is as challenging as it is rewarding.
We ask Milton students, as well, to describe how they find fun in their busy, committed lives.