“The Ultimate Story of You,” the first in the series, expounded upon the business of being an artist and was headed by writer and producer…Read More
Articles by Alex '16
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.
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.
As Marlborough girls, we all know that food is our #1 priority in life.
The School has recommended current juniors not to take the new SAT, which debuts this March.
Science instructor Lisa Ellis was awarded this school year’s Jenks Award to pursue an enriching trip to the Galápagos this summer.
Pope Francis spoke to a joint congress at the House Chamber, becoming the first pontiff to speak to both the Senate and the House of Representatives.
All-School Council hosted the School’s annual Pumpkin Day celebration.