By: Kathan Kapoor Photo Credits On Tuesday, February 28, local musician Billianne visited Milton District to speak with the Music and Audio SHSM about her musical journey, the industry, and songwriting. She even performed a few songs for the students! Billianne Lowry is a twenty year old artist who grew up in Milton, Ontario and attended Milton District High School. Following her graduation, she began … Continue reading Billianne Visits MDHS!
By: Yahya Elbadawi, and Daniel Lal On March 6 in periods 3 and 4, there was a steel pan concert hosted in the cafeteria by Andy and Wendell from the amazing Starlite Band. Andy and Wendell are both very talented pannist (steel pan players) and have a deep history with the instrument. Andy first got introduced to the instrument as a kid when he saw … Continue reading STARLITE Steel Pan Band Performance
By: Kathan Kapoor Photo Credits On Tuesday, March 28, local musician Billianne visited Milton District to speak with the Music and Audio SHSM about her musical journey, the industry, and songwriting. She even performed a few songs for the students! Billianne Lowry is a twenty year old artist who grew up in Milton, Ontario and attended Milton District High School. Following her graduation, she began … Continue reading Billianne Visits MDHS!
By: Raghav Singh On February 28th and March 1st MDHS’ swim team competed in this year’s OFSAA competition in Windsor. On day one, our MD athletes had various highlights. The girls’ 200 metre medley placed 27th out of 48th schools. Addison Bown placed 37th in her 100 meter backstroke, having a best time of 1:15.89. Max Grochev placed 40th overall in his 100 meter backstroke, … Continue reading OFSAA Swimming
By: Abdul Hadi Kamran On March 7th, the Grade 11 NBE3U classes went on a trip to ROM to see Kent Monkman’s Being Legendary exhibit. Kent Monkman is a 57 year old Canadian First Nations artist of Cree ancestry. He is a visual as well as a performance artist who works in painting, video/film and installation. Some paintings which Kent Monkman has made are Resurgence … Continue reading Trip to ROM
By: Hannah Beckford On February 28, 2023 at 3:00pm the Mustang Messenger released the first episode of the long anticipated Stable Talks Podcast! This podcast is geared to forming thought provoking discussions catered towards high school students based on their experiences, and interests. In this Jr. Podcasts Team’s first episode, Yahya Elbadawi (grade 9) and Prithvi Sharma (grade 9) unpack Mr. Arseneau’s passion for video … Continue reading The Stables Talk Podcast is out Now!
By: Melissa Nwaogu Some contend that while words alone don’t mean much, deeds do. Although the concept iscommon, it is not founded in fact. Words are incredibly important. They are actions, and they count just asmuch as any other kind of action, if not more. People are influenced heavily by words and even whenyou’re not attempting to be significant, words still have an influence. Words … Continue reading Words are Acts
By: Hannah Beckford On December 8th and 9th, Milton District students tuned in to the HDSB Human Rights Symposium. This year’s speakers were Sheila Watt-Cloutier and Kehkashan Basu. Sheila Watt Cloutier is a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, TEDX speaker, and the former Canadian President of the Inuit Circumpolar Council—an organization dedicated to bringing Inuit people from Alaska, Greenland, Russia and Canada together to discuss internationally … Continue reading Human Rights Symposium
By: Meghan Slipak and Addison Hoogendoorn Remembrance day is a day to reflect on the lives lost during World Wars I & II, in addition to the countless military efforts Canada has participated in over the decades. November 11th marks the day WWI ended and on the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month, people all around Canada take a moment of … Continue reading Remembrance Day Recap 2022
By: Gabby Beckford As the days get colder and the leaves disappear, we inch closer and closer to midterms. Juggling assignments, a job, chores. Your mental health can often leave you with lingering negative emotions and stress, even if you can’t recognize them at the moment. That’s why it’s important to turn inward, and reflect. My favourite way to do this is with RAIN. RAIN … Continue reading It’s RAINing, It’s Pouring: A 4 Step Method to Manage Stress in Real-Time