Outbreaks Stir Pointed Vaccination Debate Outbreaks Stir Pointed Vaccination Debate

Outbreaks Stir Pointed Vaccination Debate

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?

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My Trip to the United Nations My Trip to the United Nations

My Trip to the United Nations

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.

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Mission Possible: Reducing the Stigma Against Working Women Mission Possible: Reducing the Stigma Against Working Women

Mission Possible: Reducing the Stigma Against Working Women

As evident in the gender-based stigmas we have surrounding careers, we still have a long way to go in the deconstruction of our patriarchal culture and the creation of truly equal opportunity.

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Don’t Bring Me Down: Allow Me to Dream Big Don’t Bring Me Down: Allow Me to Dream Big

Don’t Bring Me Down: Allow Me to Dream Big

As someone who had decided upon a set career path at the young age of eight, I assumed everyone else knew exactly what they wanted to do, too. However, as I soon found out, I was gravely mistaken.

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Spirit Week Recap

Spirit Week Recap

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.

Feb 25, 2015 9:22

Free Period 101

L.A.’s Best Beaches

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, […]

Mar 16, 2015 21:39

The Dish

Jenna’s “Secret Buys”

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!

Dec 9, 2014 16:54

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

Eggs-treme Home Makeover

Eggs-treme Home Makeover

For the past year, a two-story home in Euclid, Ohio has been bombarded with raw eggs multiple times each week, but Euclid police have not cracked the case.

Fake Rejection Letter Goes Viral

Fake Rejection Letter Goes Viral

Chicago Senior Molly McGaan wrote a fake Harvard rejection letter as a submission for her high school’s humor publication, the “Citizen Poke.” The letter went viral during the first week of March on websites such as Reddit, Tumblr, and Facebook.

Prom Raises Red Flags

Prom Raises Red Flags

Seniors at Cottonwood Classical Preparatory School in Albuquerque, New Mexico originally decided to hold a Communist themed Prom — “Prom-munism.”

Seniors Try New Sports for First Time

This year, several athletic teams at Marlborough have found new players in old students, as seniors who have never played a sport in middle or high school have decided to join an athletics team for the first time.

On Point: Is Tenth Grade the Best Year for College Tour?

On Point: Is Tenth Grade the Best Year for College Tour?

Morgan: College Tour should be moved to a different year.
Pilar: College Tour allows Sophomores to familiarize themselves with different kinds of colleges.

Tensions Rise in Russia After Assassination

Tensions Rise in Russia After Assassination

On Friday, Feb. 27, Boris Y. Nemtsov, a Russian opposition leader and a well-known critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was fatally shot in Moscow. Two men, Anzor Gubashev and Zaur Dadayev, were arrested and charged for suspected involvement in Nemtsov’s murder, and three other suspected accomplices have also been jailed.

Iranian Nuclear Deal Nears End of Talks

Iranian Nuclear Deal Nears End of Talks

Through the Iran Nuclear Deal, an understood contract between Iran and other nations concerning its nuclear energy dealings, Iran, after two years of struggle, has agreed to several limitations regarding nuclear production. Recently, Israel and Saudi Arabia as well as Republican legislators in the United States Congress, have been attempting to make the deal more beneficial for them, slowing down the entire process.

Marlborough Should Offer More Language Courses

Marlborough Should Offer More Language Courses

All Marlborough girls must take a foreign language. Currently this requirement can be fulfilled through taking classes in any of the four foreign language classes Marlborough offers.

Students and Faculty Reflect on Changes in Boundries

Students and Faculty Reflect on Changes in Boundries

In a community that prides itself on the strength of its student-teacher relationships, to what extent have relationships changed?