The Eagle Edition

Hobbies during quarantine

Allison Atherton and Grace Chalhoub

May 2, 2020

Self-quarantine has taken many opportunities away from our daily lives. But given the excessive amount of free time is the chance to explore your new and favorite hobbies! We've compiled a list of some basic how-to's and reso...

Simple ways to live more eco-friendly

Grace Chalhoub, Staff writer; copy editor

February 11, 2020

Finding ways to help the environment can be daunting, but luckily sustainability initiatives are rapidly increasing in popularity. Here are just a few, simple and inexpensive ways to start living more eco-friendly.  Use Eco...

How does the Great Recession impact students ten years later?

Samantha Homcy, Editor-in-Chief

September 29, 2018

In 2008, the United States suffered their largest period of economic decline since the Great Depression. This crash, known as the Great Recession, devastated the banking and real estate industries and financial markets and caused millions...

“The Crucible” study help

Grace Chalhoub, Staff Writer

September 5, 2018

Background Arthur Miller largely wrote “The Crucible” in response to the paranoid politics of the 1950’s, namely the practices of Senator Joseph McCarthy and a debacle involving the House on Un-American Activities Co...

Inside AP Psychology’s scheduling problems

Samantha Homcy, Editior-in-Chief

September 5, 2018

Advanced placement (AP) classes are some of the most rigorous courses Milton offers, and they are extremely popular amongst students of all grade levels. At the end of the school year, all AP students take exams and, if they pass (e...

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