Although community service remains a constant at Marlborough, projects that dominate one year do not always follow through to the next, leaving some students curious about what became of the communities we’ve helped and whether our efforts made any difference.Read More
Articles by Elyse '12
As a clip of Gossip Girl’s protagonist Serena Van der Woodsen seductively eating a strawberry flashed on the screen in Caswell Hall, a burst of laughter emanated from the crowd. Students murmured in disgust and subsiding horror when a shot of Toddlers in Tiaras appeared.
Pattie Fitzgerald, founder of Safely Ever After, Inc. and mother of Marissa’16, spoke to the Parents’ Association (PA) on Nov. 15, 2011 about Internet safety for teens.
Crew coach Nick Harding left CYC (California Yacht Club), a private clubhouse in Marina del Rey, to accept a coaching offer in Denver this past June, initiating a domino effect as five rowers, four of whom attend Marlborough, left the club to join its perennial rival, MAC (Marina Aquatic Center).
Seventh and eighth graders use hammers to pound nails with precision and strength while performing arts instructor Doug Lowry breaks slabs of wood in two with his knee.
Kimi ’13 tumbles into a back handspring, arching her back towards the looming mats below.
Angelenos can now discover Québec’s culture and creativity without having to cross the US-Canadian border.
Flutist Yael ’11 takes a deep breath before playing the first note, focusing on her technique and style in order to perfect her sound.
It’s a sunny spring day in March and girls have returned to school rejuvenated from spring break, only to stumble into what seems like a typical All-School Meeting but is actually the one where pride is crushed under embarrassment and dreams may or may not be shattered: the cum laude assembly.