As new generations enter into an era of constant need for information and technology, people are finding new media through which they can express their ideals and publicly stand up for their beliefs, creating online identities that influence and are influenced by their real-life identities in the process.Read More
May 5, 2016
Despite my view that it is my duty to stand up for what I believe in, I sometimes feel pressure to remain silent in order to avoid speaking out of place about groups of which I am not directly a part.
Although the topic of feminism arises more often in pop-culture, as celebrities, such as Beyoncé and Emma Watson, have begun to commonly use and identify with the term, “feminist” continues to be misconstrued and wrongfully associated with “man-hating,” despite the word’s actual definition centered on the idea of promoting gender equality.
Starting in the 2016-2017 school year, the History and Social Sciences department will offer juniors a new honors level course called History Seminar: 20th Century Dictators and Democracies.
I’m taking a stand against Leo Tolstoy, but I’m not sure it’s the right thing to do. A long-deceased, widely-revered author is a formidable opponent.
The Marlborough School Lincoln-Douglas debate team finished a successful year, advancing far into several tournaments and breaking several school records.
On Tuesday, Mar. 1, 2016, “Odd Girl Out” and “The Curse of the Good Girl” author Rachel Simmons spoke to Marlborough students of each grade about the constant pressure to be successful for modern-day girls both socially and academically.
Marlborough, where stress should be the fifth core value, needs to be reminded that perfecting the college trifecta—grades, scores and extracurriculars—is ultimately not what defines us.
Selected from three senior and five junior finalists, this year’s Guerin Prize winners Natalie ’16 and Car ’16 will have the opportunity to meet their heroes for their respective essays on renowned actress and writer Tina Fey and United States Navy four-star admiral Michelle Howard.