JML is a formal behavioral interface specification language for Java to document Java program modules such as classes and interfaces. When composing JML specifications, one frequently writes assertions involving a collection of values. In this paper we propose to use Java 8 streams for writing more concise and cleaner assertions on a collection. The use of streams in JML can be minimal and non-invasive in the conventional style of writing assertions. It can also be holistic to write all assertions in the abstract state defined by streams. We perform a small case study to illustrate our approach and show its effectiveness as well. We then summarize our findings and the lessons that we learned from the case study.