After 25 years as Head of School, Barbara Wagner will leave Marlborough having led the School through significant transformations.read more
Throughout my four years at Marlborough, I’ve pretended that I don’t notice the competition for grades, that I’ve never competed with another student for a teacher’s attention, that I’ve never pushed past people in Café M to get my lunch first, but there’s one kind of competition that I’ve never been able to ignore.read more
How do vaccinations affect public health? What led to the rise of opposition against vaccines? What are the arguments for and against states and doctors mandating vaccines?read more
On Friday, Mar. 6, Annie ’16 and I, the co-presidents of Girls Go Global, Marlborough’s girls’ rights and human rights club on campus, left for New York with history and social sciences instructor Catherine Atwell to serve as student delegates at the 59th Annual Conference on the Status of Women (CSW) at the United Nations.read more
This year’s Spirit Week will go down in Marlborough history as one of the most creative, pep-filled and motivational weeks that the school has seen in its 126 years of existence.
On Groundhog Day, which took place on Feb. 2, Phil the groundhog did not see his shadow, which means that there will supposedly be six more weeks of winter. This prediction appears to be coming true for many people on the East Coast, where the polar vortex has left many cold and snowed in. However, […]
We all know that going to the supermarket is one of the most boring, dreaded tasks. However, recently I have found that there are so many more fun things to buy than expected. Don’t worry, there is hope!
The chances are good that you absorb most of your knowledge of current events from different sources than your grandparents, parents, and even older siblings do.
Saying “I’m sorry” always seems like the hardest thing to do, whether what you are apologizing for was your fault or not.
Think back to the last time you said, “I’m sorry” to someone.
In today’s world, with the power of advanced technology and social media, when a politician or public figure makes a mistake, it spreads quickly.
“I’m sorry to bring this up again, but I have another question about my pay.”
In an encyclopedia, the definition for a Type A personality would likely be accompanied by a picture of me. I am your typical Type A persona: rigidly organized, stressed and often irritated.
I remember trying to learn Spanish vocabulary and grammatical rules in 6th grade.
I’m not a competitive person, but what does that really mean?
When Cynthia Hunter Lang graduated from Marlborough in 1979, she never expected that she would be returning years later as the Woman of the Year. Hunter Lang, the award’s youngest recipient, has been successful in several fields, such as fundraising, sustainable hotel management, and social entrepreneurship.