For the past nine years, Los Angelenos of all ages gather to gaze at and bid on artwork, listen to live performances, enjoy food from local food trucks and assist a humanitarian effort at the student-run gallery show, ARTribe.Read More
Every spring, Marlborough girls embark on the task of enrolling in classes for the next school year, a distant idea beyond the more present monuments of final exams and summer break.
From the hints of activism in their Oscar acceptance speeches to the impact of their provocative masterpieces, artists have long advocated social change.
Anyone who has been a junior or heard one listing her grievances in the hall knows that 11th grade is not a walk in the park.
Hello future classmates!!!! Congrats on getting in here. You seem like a super cool, smart, quirky bunch, and I’m so excited to meet you. Actually, to be honest, I hope that I’m excited to meet you. I mean, I hope that you’re the kind of people that I’d be excited to meet.
“In light of recent events…” is a phrase with which the Marlborough community has become all too familiar over the past several months. In the wake of the summer’s eruption of inappropriate student-teacher relationship allegations, scandal—both the facts and the rumor—has fluttered out of mouths, into ears, and back out again, in a seemingly endless chain of information, and an even longer chain of things we didn’t know at all.