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.Read More
Articles by Christina '16
After the entire dance company graced the stage in blue and tan dresses and flamboyantly completed the opening number, a spotlight directed the audience’s attention…
Hundreds of thousands of migrants entered the European Union over the summer, fleeing largely due to Middle Eastern and African civil wars.
After analyzing the different father-daughter and mother-daughter traditions at Marlborough, it becomes apparent that there are some forms of gender bias in terms of the times and days these events take place.
On Friday, Mar. 6, Annie ’16 and I, the co-presidents of Girls Go Global, Marlborough’s girls’ rights and human rights club on campus, left for New York with history and social sciences instructor Catherine Atwell to serve as student delegates at the 59th Annual Conference on the Status of Women (CSW) at the United Nations.
As part of the Strategic Plan initiative to “invest in teachers and students,” this year Stuart Posin, Director of Academic and Administrative Technology, and Jennifer Garrison Ross, Head of the Science Department, co-chair a committee of staff and faculty formed to reevaluate Marlborough’s advisory system.
Every day after school, no matter what the conditions, Bianca ’16 runs. In just a few years, she has won many titles such as the…
In preparation for college, many Marlborough students choose to enroll in summer programs that mimic the college experience.
On Jan. 8, Clara ’14 anxiously waited to hear whether or not she made it to the semifinals of the Intel Science Talent Search (STS).