Why I Started Reading Again and Why You Should Too Why I Started Reading Again and Why You Should Too

Why I Started Reading Again and Why You Should Too

I was always a “big reader.” You know the kind of girl, the one who would stay up reading with a flashlight and never go anywhere without a book in hand? Yeah, well, I was that girl. I specifically remember buying bags in middle school of the perfect size so that I would be able […]

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The World Series The World Series

The World Series

  For years, the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants have had a bitter rivalry that exaggerates much of the light-hearted animosity that has historically existed between the two cities. When the teams play each other, the respective stadiums quake with the traditional “Beat L-A” or the newer, admittedly prosaic, “Gi-ants Suck, Gi-ants […]

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New York City Noodles New York City Noodles

New York City Noodles

When walking into Momofuku Noodle Bar in New York City, smells of ramen fill your nose. The atmosphere is fresh, bustling and inviting.

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Twin Peaks: Your New Obsession Twin Peaks: Your New Obsession

Twin Peaks: Your New Obsession

I am here to make your life infinitely better: The next time you sift through all of Netflix’s abundant offerings, watch Twin Peaks. I, too, was once like you—cold, lost, aloft in this cruel world—until I found the perfect TV show. Now, I bequeath it, like an heirloom, to you. On air for only two […]

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Make Mine Marlborough

School Cancels Choir Visit over Ebola Concerns

School Cancels Choir Visit over Ebola Concerns

Less than a week in advance of the Oct. 21 performance, the School canceled the lunchtime concert by the International Children’s Network (ICN) Matsiko Orphans Choir because of concerns that the visit of Liberian children would evoke Ebola fears in the Marlborough community.

Nov 6, 2014 10:30

Free Period 101

Why I Started Reading Again and Why You Should Too

Why I Started Reading Again and Why You Should Too

I was always a “big reader.” You know the kind of girl, the one who would stay up reading with a flashlight and never go anywhere without a book in hand? Yeah, well, I was that girl. I specifically remember buying bags in middle school of the perfect size so that I would be able […]

Nov 20, 2014 14:04

The Dish

New York City Noodles

New York City Noodles

When walking into Momofuku Noodle Bar in New York City, smells of ramen fill your nose. The atmosphere is fresh, bustling and inviting.

Nov 17, 2014 21:18

The M

Anytime TV Takes All of Students’ Time

Anytime TV Takes All of Students’ Time

In 2007, when Peter Chernin of News Corp. and Jeff Zucker at NBC created Hulu, a site that allows you to watch television shows that are airing on TV currently without a fee, the website seemed like a terrific idea to viewers.

Jun 18, 2013 10:34

Recent Articles

Did Kim Kardashian Break the Internet?

Did Kim Kardashian Break the Internet?

Kim Kardashian, socialite, entrepreneur, wife and mother, graced the cover of the Winter 2014 issue of Paper Magazine released on Nov. 11, baring her backside to the camera.

The New iPhones: Are They Worth Your Upgrade?

On Friday, Sep. 19, Apple released the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus phones in stores nationwide. With a newly improved camera, a longer battery life, higher resolution, and significantly larger screen sizes for both models, it’s no surprise that together both versions of the phones topped ten million sales in just the opening […]

Best Friend Test: Drobnick and Mendoza

Friendships will be put to the test among Marlborough faculty.

Drama Department Invites New Participants

This year, the Performing Arts faculty is making efforts to attract more students to its department in order to create a more inclusive environment and better reflect the talent and diversity of the student body.

Orchestrate Your Evening

Orchestrate Your Evening

In the heyday of silent film, the theaters were never quiet. Live music was almost always a part of the viewer’s experience.

To Be Honest: Kids Are Not Therapists

To Be Honest: Kids Are Not Therapists

Childhood is the formative period in life that shapes one’s character and defines the challenges that she will face down the road. We spend the entirety of this period with our parents or guardians, and the choices they make, therefore, greatly impact our lives.

#Break Free

#Break Free

Every Saturday morning, I wake up, slam the snooze button on my alarm clock and drag myself to my phone to check my email, texts, Snapchat and Buzzfeed and maybe even ’gram an artfully arranged coffee pic.

Lost in Thought: Appreciating the Mundane

Lost in Thought: Appreciating the Mundane

During a recent English class, we watched a documentary about the famous philosopher Jacques Derrida.

Marlborough Students Lack Awareness of Current Events

It often feels as though Marlborough students are sheltered in our own “Marlborough bubble.”