stu23562 - Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Yael Glouberman ’12 has carried out a passionate art path at Milken since the beginning of her high school career. Starting in ninth grade, Glouberman took Drawing I and II, moved on to Fine Arts Studio in tenth grade and finally settled in AP Art in both eleventh and twelfth grade.
Sara Tabibzadeh - Thursday, March 1, 2012
After graduating from Milken in 2002, Keith Wasserman attended University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business, where he received his Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in entrepreneurship. He remembers using his skills in entrepreneurship even while at Milken.
Leigh Jacobson - Monday, February 13, 2012
When musically oriented students first arrive at Milken, they’re given a choice: Jazz Band or Chamber Ensemble. Most students choose and then commit to the group for the next four years; some students, however, can’t decide. One such student, Elan Dassa ’12, resolved this issue by contributing his cello-playing talents to both.