Gabi Kamran - Monday, October 29, 2012
By Gabi Kamran Staff Writer What are you doing on October 31? In several countries around the world, millions of people will be celebrating Halloween with festivals, parties, and creative costumes. Here at Milken, October 31 will be another ordinary Wednesday. At a Jewish school like ours, Halloween can be a controversial topic. Some feel [...]
stu64353 - Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Noa Kattler Kupetz Life Editor We sat cross-legged on the floor, grades ten and eleven expecting nothing more than another Oneg experience of quick prayer and free challah. No student was fully prepared for the teachings of Rabbi Chaim Mentz of the Chabad of Bel Air, who would be sharing his views on the topic [...]
cmcadamis - Monday, June 11, 2012
Jacob Pollack Staff Writer I’m sure you know by now there is a presidential election upon us. You can’t help but notice the advertisements, the debates, the analysis, the pundits, and even the editorials. And I bet you already have a favorite candidate. But I’m wondering if you know why you may have gravitated toward [...]
Sophie Golub - Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Every few weeks, a handful of seniors receive an email inviting them to a mandatory lunch meeting with the Head of School to share those students’ experiences at Milken. I have nothing against the administration wanting to get to know the students. However, I must admit, isn’t it a little late?
Rachel Chistyakov - Thursday, February 16, 2012
Words hurt. Gossip hurts. I know this personally, along with the majority of students in high school. Therefore, I believe that at Milken, as well as in the greater community, we need to start decreasing the amount of Lashon Harah that occurs.
roarstaff - Monday, February 13, 2012
We may be advancing technologically, but our engagement and education are in retreat. We need to begin thinking beyond the laptop’s use as a tool, and realize its quickly solidifying potential as a weapon of distraction and numbness.