mtash - Thursday, May 31, 2012
Ever wonder what it’s like to produce the live Wildcat Weekly broadcasts? Check out this 5 minute video that was shot by Mr. Tash, the Milken Video News Teacher, during the May 30th newscast. If you’d like information about joining the Milken Video News class, contact Mr. Tash (firstname.lastname@example.org). Now that you’ve watched what happens [...]
Gabriel Freeman - Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Jake Davidson and Gabe Freeman Co-Editor in Chiefs The Countdown: Number 10: Food Wars Topic: The Voice For the number 9 topic, we chose to focus on the voices that have resonated the most in our collective consciences. The Voice Behind Milken Sports While the average student would never confuse Milken with an athletic powerhouse, [...]
Gabriel Freeman - Friday, May 25, 2012
Jake Davidson and Gabe Freeman Editors-in-Chief When looking for an adjective to describe the 2011-2012 school year, we couldn’t find one to fully capture its epic scope. It was turbulent yet calm, oppressive yet liberating, sad yet happy, and serious yet funny. With this in mind we thought we would celebrate this crazy year with [...]
Justin Kroll - Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Passing the second floor of the fourth building just got a little more interesting. Ms. Elizabeth Kattler, Jewish Studies teacher, and the students of Yozma’s Green Team, Milken’s social action leadership club, spent two Sundays in October creating Milken’s Urban Farm.
Yasmine Novian - Monday, March 26, 2012
From March 15-17, Milken’s Robotics team, The Milken Knights, traveled to the Long Beach Arena in Long Beach, California to compete in the FIRST Los Angeles Regional Robotics Competition.
Eden Jablon - Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Milken’s Model United Nations (UN) team departed March 9 for the annual University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley) Model UN competition. The team, comprised of 23 students, is a combination of individuals in the Model UN class and Model UN club.
Justin Kroll - Monday, March 12, 2012
For the 2011-2012 school year, Ms. Nancy Sackett, science department chair, and the rest of the department made a decision to eliminate the previously mandatory Concepts of Chemistry and Physics (CPC) course at the high school level.
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.