Through monthly screenings of film adaptations of William Shakespeare’s plays, Milton’s Global Shakespeare Film Series showcases and examines selected films that make use of Shakespeare’s work to speak to questions of gender, race, religion, sexuality, and political power in the social and historical contexts they depict. This month’s screening features 10 Things I Hate About You!, an adaptation of Shakepeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. All are welcome to join the screening and discussion on Tuesday, December 12, at 7 p.m. in Greeley Auditorium.
Every year at this time, the best teams in independent school hockey descend upon the rinks of Milton and Nobles for a chance to claim the coveted championship titles of the Flood-Marr Tournament and the Harrington Invitational Tournament.
Harrington Tournament schedule and results
Flood-Marr Tournament schedule and results
This past weekend, members of Milton’s Robotics Team joined schools from across the United States and Canada to compete in the fifth annual WAVE tournament, a three-day Vex competition hosted by Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Massachusetts.
“With almost eighty teams, it is a truly competitive tournament, which sets it far apart from other events we have attended this year, so far,” says Hailey Coval (I). “It demands hard work, long hours, effort, commitment, creativity, practice, and talents.”
Let There Be Flight in the Nesto Gallery
The Nesto Gallery features an exhibition of work by artist Marlon Forrester. The show, Let There Be Flight, will run through December 14. Located on the lower level of the Art and Media Center, the Nesto Gallery is open to the public weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
View photos of the exhibit.
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