Shannon ’13, April ’13 and Kiki ’13 were recognized for their talents in the visual and performing arts as semifinalists in the Los Angeles Music Center Spot- light Awards.Read More
Articles by Erika '12
Student actresses performed Howard Richardson and William Berney’s 1945 play “Dark of the Moon,” a theatrical interpretation of a folk ballad that takes place in rural Appalachia, on Mar. 8-9 and Mar. 15-17 on an outdoor set constructed by cast and crew next to Caldwell Pool.
Olivia ’13 was awarded second place and an honorable mention in the Volunteers of America Los Angeles’ Skid Row Mural contest last November.
Linsanity. All I do is Lin. To Lin-finity and beyond. Over the last few weeks, New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin has taken the NBA by storm.
Sophomore Liz Amato walks uphill to her class at the University of California at Berkeley, huffing and puffing.
The Amnesty International club used the proceeds from an Oct. 3 bake sale to support the non-profit organization Invisible Children during the week of Nov. 28 by visiting 8th Grade Global Studies classes to discuss the plight of child soldiers, by holding a lunchtime screening of Invisible Children documentary “Tony,” and by selling raffle tickets for prize baskets.
The Seedling Project, a student-led initiative that promotes environmental stewardship, re-planted the Marlborough School Sustainable Garden on Booth Field in October.
I willingly admit that I am obsessed with Disneyland.
This year, the Science Department changed the 9th Grade science curriculum to include Biology and Honors Biology courses designed specifically for ninth graders.