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After teaching internationally for almost nine years, social-sciences instructor Mary Fish joined the Marlborough faculty in February as a substitute teacher for Mike Rindge’s AP World and AP U.S. History classes.
Tim Draper, a capital investor who has created many venture capital funds around the world, wants to split California into six states in order to isolate Silicon Valley and create fair representation of the California population in Congress.
You could define my family by what we don’t do: We don’t designate chores, we haven’t documented anything since the decline of VHS tapes and, most of all, we don’t cook. None of us.
announcing the development of similar drone package delivery programs. Facebook has also begun looking into drone technology to spread the reach of the Internet.
Before coming to Marlborough in 7th grade, Victoria ’15 had a negative experience with her many tutors in elementary school.
In Turkey’s Mar. 30 local elections, current Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) won 45% of the people’s vote despite being accused of exhibiting authoritarian tendencies and having been at the center of a corruption scandal in December.
Shira ’15 says that she remembers the moment vividly.
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Kamilah ’15 attended an African-American Cultural Exchange (AACE) meeting on Friday Jan. 17 to discuss Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Day, which was to take place the following Monday.
Here I sit in a luxurious armchair, swirling my snifter of brandy and racking my brain for new applications of tweed.
Although Marlborough claims to be a close-knit and warm environment, and students are mostly friendly with one another, the student body still consists of cliques.
On Jan. 8, Clara ’14 anxiously waited to hear whether or not she made it to the semifinals of the Intel Science Talent Search (STS).