A couple weeks ago a few students in the 7th grade picked up The Ultra Violet and happened to fall upon the article “R-E-S-P-E-C-T Find out what it means to me.”Read More
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Reply to Senior Editorial: Marlborough should consider applications from transgender girls
Morgan: College Tour should be moved to a different year.
Pilar: College Tour allows Sophomores to familiarize themselves with different kinds of colleges.
Morgan ’15: Think carefully about what you’re going to mark down as your race or ethnicity on a test or a college application.
Pilar ’15: Because I don’t fit the image of a stereotypical Hispanic person, I’m often asked why I identify as Hispanic.
Morgan ’15: While some may argue that being female is an important quality for our next Head of School, I most respectfully disagree.
Pilar ’15: I believe that the Board of Trustees and the Search Committee should look for a female Head of School.
Pilar ’15: Lately, trigger warnings have gone too far.
Morgan ’15: Trigger warnings, also known as “activation warnings” or “stress warnings,” have recently come under fire for being overused or inappropriately used.
Morgan ’15: The School should allow students and faculty to reflect on 9/11 independently and keep the day from becoming a holiday.
Pilar ’15: The School should publicly recognize 9/11 and what it means not only for our country as a whole, but also for the Marlborough community.
As the dismally depicted parents of Lilia ’15, we would like to set the record straight with regards to some factual inaccuracies in her piece, “The Harmful Effects of Parent-noia,” found in the April 16 issue of the UltraViolet.
Morgan: Schools should monitor students’ accounts to ensure that the students’ safety is not compromised.
Pilar: Schools expect students to monitor themselves when it comes to representing their respective schools in a positive light, and that expectation should extend to social media.