Samantha Suman - Monday, October 29, 2012
Samantha Suman Staff Writer This year, the Tiferet program will accept up to 65 applicants as well as offer 15 community service hours and two P.E. credits. Originally, with only 50 spots available, students like Nicole Nourian ‘15 described the application process as “stressful.” With an increase in private donations made to the program, Rabbi [...]
Jodi Marcus - Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Jodi Marcus Staff Writer Despite the loss of last year’s strongest members, the Milken Model United Nations team has high expectations for its four competitions this year. The team will attend conferences at University of California Berkeley, University of Pennsylvania, University of California Santa Barbara, and Stanford. “Every year we have gone to Berkeley in [...]
Eden Jablon - Thursday, March 22, 2012
On Sunday, March 18, almost 100 Milken students and parents gathered in the Beit Midrash for an Israel Advocacy Seminar. The speaker, Richard Greene, is a world expert on Israel advocacy and the author of Words that Shook the World.
Michael Kessler - Thursday, March 8, 2012
In a shocking turn of events, The Roar’s Nofim Education Team has found that Milken’s flagship Tiferet Israel Fellowship program, often referred to as the crown jewel of the Milken experience, does not actually send students to Israel.
Eden Jablon - Thursday, March 1, 2012
With its goal of education and advocacy, the Jewish World Watch (JWW) Yozma group introduced the exhibit “From Darkness to Light.” The exhibit, housed in the Beit Midrash, is open to all Milken students on Wednesday, February 29 and Thursday, March 1.
stu23562 - Thursday, January 26, 2012
This year, 68 sophomores embarked upon the sixth Tiferet Israel Fellowship. On January 24, 45 percent of the class of 2014 flew to Israel to spend four months in the city of Hod Hasharon.
stu23562 - Wednesday, January 25, 2012
On Thursday, January 26, Milken Community High School will be participating in a special ceremony to commemorate the Italian Jews who perished in the Holocaust.
Sophie Golub - Monday, October 17, 2011
After over five years in captivity, it was announced on Tuesday, October 11 that abducted Israel Defense Forces soldier Gilad Shalit will be released in a prisoner exchange deal between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Hamas.