As students wrapped up the school year, three Marlborough faculty members were preparing to finish their dissertations and master’s degrees.read more
I believe in gender equality but still think women should be free to love pink or follow certain stereotypes of femininity. Being one doesn’t mean I hate men.read more
While feminist groups have existed for centuries, the latest coverage of the feminist movement has caused many women to publicly identify themselves as feminists. However, the trend has also sparked a group of anti-feminist women to create their own movement, known as “Women Against Feminism.”read more
On Feb. 25, 2014 science instructor Minna Leigh became the first recipient of the newly established Anne-Marie Jenks Excellence in Teaching Award.read more
This year Marlborough Administration decided to implement the Global Initiative Task Force in an effort to strengthen Marlborough’s efforts in “engaging locally and leading globally,“ which were ideas put forth in the Strategic Plan during the 2013-2014 school year.
The heat waves are coming to an end in Los Angeles, and people are waiting in anticipation to pull out those boots and comfy oversized sweaters from the back of their closets. As soon as it becomes socially acceptable to wear their favorite jeans, boots, and sweater combos, teenage girls will be seeking out […]
When thinking about health and what people should consume, society is now looking to the past.
In the heyday of silent film, the theaters were never quiet. Live music was almost always a part of the viewer’s experience.
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.
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.
During a recent English class, we watched a documentary about the famous philosopher Jacques Derrida.
It often feels as though Marlborough students are sheltered in our own “Marlborough bubble.”
Recent cases of sexual harassment in schools have led many people to wonder who is to blame and have raised questions about the effectiveness of school policies in preventing and dealing with cases of sexual harassment.
On June 30, XoJane.com published Mikaela Gilbert-Lurie ’13’s article accusing a Marlborough teacher of making inappropriate sexual comments and advances toward her during the 2011-2012 school year.
In celebration of Marlborough’s 125th anniversary, Judy Campbell ’65 will release a book about the School’s history on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014.
Despite the flooding of the Lower Dance Studio over the summer, Dance Dimensions, the School’s audition-only dance company, has faced minimal setbacks during class and after-school rehearsals.