Football Game: Tilton v.s Kingswood Oxford

Simon Wang

On October. 12., the Tilton Varsity football team had a game against Kingswood Oxford football team. The final score was 0 to 41, and Kingswood Oxford won the game. Kingswood overwhelmed Tilton in this game, despite Tilton players tried hard to win points. “Our aggressions were good but our tackles […]

I See Dead People

Simon Wang 1

This Wednesday, an iconography lecture was held in the library by Kim Sowles who was an expert in the area of burial marker iconography. She detailedly discussed the history and characteristics of the gravestones in the New England region. “Gravestones are time machines. They help you to transport to the […]

WCP Apple Picking Adventure

Simon Wang 1

On September 29, this past Sunday, Tilton School had a group of volunteers gathered together to go on an apple picking field trip. Lead by Mrs. Saliba, this field trip was preparation for apple pies served on the upcoming formal dinner. The destination was Windy Ridge Orchard, a delicate farm […]

Why does Tilton School have so few clubs?

Howard Yin 1

A ping-pong club, a dance club, a robotics club or a gaming club. These are clubs that once existed in the history of Tilton. Over my past two years at Tilton, I’ve seen many people attempt to start a club, many of which I had an interest in participating, but […]

Join Us! 2019-2020

Come meet us at Skinner Tower on 8/29 and 9/2. We will be at the registration days to answer any of the questions. Reach out to our editors and faculty advisor for more specific information! Faculty advisor: Megan Killigrew mkilligrew@tiltonschool.org Chair Eva Pei ’20 yiting.pei@tiltonschool.org Opinion Editor:  Howard Yin ’21 […]

Mammoth in the Moon

Jason Harrington

This Spring, the Tilton Theater took on a new challenge of trying to workshop a script. When I was a student at Eckerd College, we did a thing called WordBridge. WordBridge was a playwright lab. New playwrights would bring their scripts to the school and we would stage them, work […]

Why do few students choose to run?

Anonymous

The landscape for this year’s all school election is very different, candidates for two out of three positions were running unopposed, which inevitably opens up the question: why do few students choose to run? As someone not able to run but has done a series of projects on the student […]

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