Rachel Kaye - Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Animal dissections for science classes at Milken have been occurring for many years now. Each year as part of the anatomy unit, the biology honors classes dissect rats and the Anatomy and Physiology class dissects fetal pigs. Occasionally, smaller organisms such as squid, flowers or insects are dismembered too.
JJ Friedman - Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Read our staff’s guide to surviving Facebook in the new social media age.
Leigh Jacobson - Tuesday, November 8, 2011
We at The Roar are continuing our college-themed series, this week focusing on the omnipotent Common Application. It’s come to our attention that many people are slightly imbecilic when filling out this critically important form, and so we’ve targeted the most common mistakes so as to stop potential perpetrators in their tracks.
Yasmine Novian - Saturday, February 5, 2011
After thirteen hours and thirty-five minutes of restless movie-watching, musical chairs, books, and other activities that would help pass the time on our flight, we finally arrived in Tel Aviv on Wednesday afternoon, January 26!
Jake Davidson - Monday, January 23, 2012
We’re back to address an incredibly serious issue that plagues Milken on a daily basis. The 310/818 divide erects a metaphorical wall that pits students from Studio City all the way to Woodland Hills on one side against kids from Westwood to Beverly Hills on the other.
Milken 0 | Vistamar 0 (2-3 PK) (L)
Milken 46 | Fairmont Prep 66 (L)
Milken 36 | Lutheran 83 (L)
Milken 12 | Pacific Hills 0 (W)
Milken 53 | Crossroads 47 (W)