Words are Acts

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

It’s RAINing, It’s Pouring: A 4 Step Method to Manage Stress in Real-Time

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

Arts Café

By: Kathan Kapoor On October 27th, 2022, MD saw yet another successful Arts Café.  A night filled with music, theatrics and visual arts, Milton District High School held its annual Arts Café from 6:30pm to 8:30pm presented by the students and faculty of MDHS. Held in the cafeteria with free entry and refreshments, nearly every seat was filled with students, parents and staff.  Hosted by … Continue reading Arts Café

COLUMN: 8 Fresh Study Tips and Techniques from a Grade 9 and 10 Honour Roll Student

By: Hannah Beckford This time of year is one of the most stressful for high school students. Midterms might be around the corner, but before you freak out, here are 8 fresh study tips and techniques you implement into your next study session.  Techniques Pomodoro Method Named after the Italian word for tomato, the Pomodoro Method is a time management technique that consists of studying … Continue reading COLUMN: 8 Fresh Study Tips and Techniques from a Grade 9 and 10 Honour Roll Student

Interviewing the Prime Ministers

By: Yahya Elbadawi and Sang Ha This week, we sat down with our school Prime Ministers Sarala and Liam to ask them a couple of questions about how they became prime ministers, what they plan on doing, what challenges they overcame and more.  Sarala and Liam have planned a lot of new and returning activities spread throughout the years, this includes school spirit day, dances … Continue reading Interviewing the Prime Ministers

Jr. Girls Mustangs On Top of the Standings for Basketball!

By: Eleena SenOur Jr. Girls basketball team had a very successful first half of the season! With four wins and only one loss the girls snatched the top spot in the standings. On September 27, the season started off with a home-opener against Elsie MacGill. The Mustangs gained a 10-point lead, but in the second half Elsie made a huge comeback and stole their chance … Continue reading Jr. Girls Mustangs On Top of the Standings for Basketball!

MD Recognizes Black and Bi-Racial Students in New Club and Program! 

By: Gabby Beckford  Five thousand, two hundred and eighty. That’s the amount of Black individuals who live in Milton, out of one hundred and thirty-two thousand total. It’s no surprise that socializing is tough, especially when you’re one of two or three black kids in class or worst case scenario – the only black kid in your class. I know the feeling, and I’m over … Continue reading MD Recognizes Black and Bi-Racial Students in New Club and Program! 

Mustangs Struggle Defensively as CK Spartans Win 21-0 in Home Opener

By Yazmin Bon-Gosse and Raghav Singh           . A devastating loss to the Spartans last Wednesday afternoon, kicks off the beginning of the 2022 Sr. football season for the Mustangs. We showed our school spirit with lots of students in the crowd wearing face paint and school swag!  It was an intense game, the Mustangs struggling to get the ball to the … Continue reading Mustangs Struggle Defensively as CK Spartans Win 21-0 in Home Opener

MD’s Long Awaited Spring Concert

By: Kathan Kapoor Last Tuesday, May 31st, MD invited parents and families to come and watch the annual Spring Concert!  Our courtyard was filled with students who displayed their great musical talents. All of their hard work throughout semester 2 had finally paid off.  Notable acts included the MDHS jazz and concert band, rock bands including New Kids on Wednesdays, Allegedly Green Beans, Dionysus, and … Continue reading MD’s Long Awaited Spring Concert