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At Marlborough it’s easy for the students’ voices to get lost. Though Marlborough is a private school that embraces diversity, there are still issues within…
This school year was kicked off by the annual upper school Face-It diversity retreat. According to my friend and organizer Jasmin Harvey, the overnight seminar…
In an environment where hope is scarce, and fun even rarer, Aubrey ’11 offered both while teaching ballet in an orphanage for HIV infected children this summer.
AP World uses new technologies in Atwell’s “experiential” classroom, by using computer tablets, instead of paper, for note-taking during class.
Katherine ’12, who used to consider soccer her primary sport , is now helping the the track team win back the Sunshine League.
“Pride and Prejudice” demands that the cast of the all-school play deliver the subtleties of Jane Austen in British dialect.
Jaye Rogovin, a 1981 alum, is back to take classes and experience the life of a modern Marlborough student.
Recently this demanding schedule and the class of 2010 have run into some conflict. After the team was scheduled to play in the annual Gahr tournament a day before the grueling ACT, players had to make serious decisions about which was more important.