“I think as triggering as the movement can be for assault survivors, it’s also incredibly comforting because you have to understand this is the first time in my entire life that I’ve not felt alone about this. That’s incredible and it makes all the difference,” Max said.Read More
Articles by Jenna '19
Teachers, administrators, faculty and students spoke out about the Time’s Up and #MeToo movements, sparking discussion across the Marlborough community.
The Astronomy class gathered for a sleepover in the Senior Lounge on Friday, Nov. 10.
With the Course of Study released last week for the 2017-2018 school year, you may have noticed there are several new classes in the new category of STEM+. These electives are the result of work the STEM+ committee, began last year.
Emily ’18, Caelan ’18 and Charlotte ’19 will hold their first meeting for a new program called the Mental Awareness Program (MAP) in February in the Collins Room.
Marlborough’s Varsity Water Polo team opened their pre-season with a win on Thursday, Dec 1. at home against Beverly Hills High School.
With the United States Presidential election coming up this November, Marlborough students Clara ’18, Kate ’18, Olivia ’17, Maddie ’18, Clara ’18 and others have…
This election year has shown that a large number of United States citizens do not want a traditional political candidate.