Rashmi Avudaiappan I spent most of my time analyzing articles about law cases in Canada. I went to the Cineplex in Milton and watched How to Train Your Dragon 3 in 3D, and it was disappointing. Finally, I spent time catching up on TV shows such as Riverdale, Dynasty, The Perfect Match, and Once Upon A Time. [Image Source] Shreekrithi Gowrishankar I spent most of … Continue reading What Did You Do Over March Break?
See full story here. MILTON CANADIAN CHAMPION Milton Fire Department awards Julia Tatem Fire Chief’s Commendation Award The extent of damage inside the rear of the home is evident, as Milton firefighters pull down ceiling drywall as they check for hot spots after a fire caused an estimated $1 million in damage to this Cusick Circle home. – Graham Paine/Metroland A Grade 9 Milton girl’s … Continue reading Milton Fire Department awards Fire Chief’s Commendation Award to Grade 9 student
By Iman Kamran Confidence, Not just a word but brings life, it brings life to me, Without me, even thinking twice. When there is no confidence, there is no me, I am not there, I won’t exist to be. To you, you can’t see the emotion in me, on the outside you see life, on the inside there is no we, not a single battle … Continue reading NaNoWriMo: Image Poem
BURST photo by H. Myles While attending the Milton Cruise (weekly Sunday evenings in which Miltonians display their classic cars) at the Go Station during the summer, amateur photographer, Harry Myles, snapped a pic of the incredible cloudscape. Over the hoods of the many vehicles, he spotted the beautiful sun burst and decided to capture the moment. Although Harry has never studied photography, he enjoys the … Continue reading BURST
BY SPENCER TURCOTTE In the first semester, students in Mr. Busse’s Grade 12 Art class (AVI 4M1) worked to recreate an image or photograph to the best of their ability by using a combination of precise brushwork, texture, and colour scheme. Spencer got the inspiration for this painting from a photograph he took through the bedroom window of his old house during the Fall season. … Continue reading Fall
BY SPENCER TURCOTTE Make sure to listen for Zach Boswell! He is a grade 12 student at Milton District High School who has always had a burning passion for music and is a star in the making. For someone who only took guitar lessons for two years and has never taken any vocal classes, it is clear that music just comes naturally to him. At … Continue reading Are You in Tune… with Zach Boswell?