Articles by Charlotte Gendler

Teachers share their #MeToo stories

It should have been something that I instantly spoke up about and I didn’t… When you’re first starting a job and you’re surrounded by [sexual harassment], silence seems like the only way to keep your job, and what we’re finding out now is that it just puts more people in harm’s way


Summer’s not just for fun and relaxation anymore

For many Marlborough students, entering Upper School means pressure to submit college applications filled with impressive activities and a clear focus on the future. Some students have found these pressures to be a catalyst for stress and anxiety in planning summer break activities.


Community service shouldn’t be awarded

I have volunteered every year since 7th grade, and as cliché as it may sound, the amazing part of volunteering is the feeling of having an impact on the greater community and making a difference—no award necessary.




Rosi revises JA program

  Assistant Division Director and Dean of Student Life Regina Rosi hopes to create a greater sense of community by revising the existing Junior Advisory…