Alumni News


Milton alumni in WWI
Jonas Peter Akins ’97 is researching the role of Milton alumni/ae in the First World War.  He is particularly interested in those who died while serving with American, French, Canadian, and British units.  If you or your family have any information about the Milton graduates listed below, please email jpakins@gmail.com directly, or mayah_braun@milton.edu in Milton’s office of Development & Alumni Relations.

Sarah Lew '14 Wins Awards for Senior Project

Last year for her Senior Project, alumna Sarah Lew '14 made a short film, under the auspices of Brad Moriarty, entitled Dear Family. The film recently won the Hot Shot Award at the Sun Valley Film Festival as well as first place for Best Student Film at the L.A. New Wave International Film Fest. We look forward to seeing what the future holds for this talented Milton alumna! 

Ale Gianino '13 and the SoCal Vocals: A Cappella Champs

Alumna Ale Gianino '13 and her University of Southern California a capella team, the SoCal Vocals, won the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella in New York on Sunday April 26, 2015.

Remembering Violet P. Marshall, Former Milton Trustee, P '70 '73 G ‘09
A Last Survivor of the WWII G2 Division of Military Intelligence Japanese Code Breaking Operation

Jovanna Jones '11 Wins McMullan Award

Jovanna Jones '11 wins McMullan Award and $25,000 for community outreach from Emory University.

John P. Reardon ’56 Receives the Milton Medal

On January 23, the Milton Academy Board of Trustees awarded the Milton Medal to Jack Reardon, Class of 1956—a longtime trustee and a wise and loyal supporter of his School.

40 Under 40: John Serafini of Allied Minds

Boston Business Journal's 40 Under 40 article highlights Milton's John Serafini '94.

Boston Globe Film Review: The Search for General Tso

Boston Globe review of the newest film from Ian Cheney '98 - The Search for General Tso

Olympian, Femalympian, Paralympian? Power of Inclusion in Sport Eli A. Wolff | TEDxAmherstCollege

Watch Eli Wolff's '95 powerful TED talk as he "challenges us to consider the power of inclusion for people with and without disabilities in sport and beyond." 

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