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.
Leigh Jacobson - Monday, December 12, 2011
While those who were accepted early (congrats!) can now enjoy the secure assurance of a future in college, the rest of us still have until March or April to stress out. In the meantime, we’re left with the question of how to handle our rejections. This week, The Roar is answering that question.
Sara Tabibzadeh - Monday, December 5, 2011
Everyday from 10:30 AM through the end of lunch, Mexican styled fruit is sold in the amphitheatre for five dollars. Students can choose from a variety of watermelon, cantaloupe, pineapple, mango, cucumber or honeydew. Customers can then choose to add lemon juice, salt or pico de gallo to their selection of fruit.
Eliana Steinberg - Monday, December 5, 2011
Milken girls have been ditching their ponytails to donate their hair to foundations such as Pantene’s Beautiful Lengths. Both Danielle Kohanzadeh ’12 and Emma Peretz ’14 decided to take the plunge regardless of their parents’ and peers’ opinions.
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)