This past spring, Marlborough alumna Ariella Carmell ’15 wrote her second play, “Lovely Madness” which was chosen for the second year in a row as one of 12 plays out of 200 submissions to the Blank Theatre Young Playwright Competition.Read More
August 18, 2016
While technological advances do encourage a more dynamic education, they aid in the loss of our ability to engage with and understand information in the way students in previous generations did.
I’ve always loved stories. I’ve loved them at home—in TV shows and movies and novels; I’ve loved them at Marlborough, in essays and textbooks and…
As a water polo player, and a student-athlete, I can definitively say that I would not be the person I am today without athletics.
This past April, Marlborough’s Performing Arts Department held a series of three after-school workshops offered to students in all grades and with interests in all arts disciplines.
The Model United Nations team, advised by history and social studies instructor Max Duncan, competed in three novice tournaments this year, preparing the team to move up to advanced tournaments next year.
Marlborough girls know this scene well: the student body rushes out of an All-School Meeting amid the sounds of seniors worrying about college, juniors worrying about APs, sophomores worrying about becoming juniors, and so on down to seventh graders worrying about their math test.
My parents insisted I start using a rolling backpack in eighth grade in order to protect my back. Although at first hesitant to wheel through the halls, I quickly became enamored with my new bag.
As I sit writing this, my leg won’t stop shaking because I’ve had so much coffee, and it can only mean one thing: AP season…