At Varsity Track’s League Finals meet at Occidental College on May 4, Stephanie ’12 prevailed in the discus event, breaking the school record, setting her own personal record and winning first place.Read More
Articles by Erika '12
Many people hear “opera” and visualize an older woman wearing bizarre viking horns and belting out shrill, glass-shattering notes in Italian. However, according to the growing number of Marlborough girls who sing and appreciate opera, this portrayal is a common misconception.
Double-shot coffee roasting on an open fire, the sweet aroma of freshly-sharpened No. 2 pencils, and a Princeton Review book festively decorated with a rainbow of highlighter colors– ‘tis the Season for AP exams!
Imagine your teacher. Now imagine gloriously throwing a softball at full speed straight into a target, causing this teacher to plummet straight into a cold pool of water– and all for a good cause!
India ’12 was recently selected as the 2011 Guerin Prize winner and will meet Salman Khan, the American she most admires, this spring. Khan is the founder of a not-for-profit online educational platform called Khan Academy.
A new schedule system for the 2011-2012 school year has been proposed by a committee of faculty members and department heads to address student and parent concerns about the pace of the school day among other things.
Modern fencing is a combat sport using bladed weapons centered around footwork and precision.
Tired of opening your lunch box every day and seeing the same bland ham and American cheese on mediocre white bread?
Are you that person who makes a mad dash for the snack table on surprise treat days at school, dying to get your hands on your favorite chocolate hazlenut spread?