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Articles by Madeline
The controversy over who owns ancient art taken to museums in the Western world in previous centuries continues to rage
I don’t want to sound like a character out of Mean Girls, but at a small school like Marlborough, rumors can spread fast.
After rehearsing in one of the practice rooms one day, Deu and Butler stumbled upon Régine Chassagne, a music student at McGill, doing homework.
I knew what was going to happen on Oct. 26 because my family received a letter from our neighbors, but I was still surprised to see my street blocked off by ten parked police cars as I walked home.
It’s no secret that Marlborough girls wear boxers under their skirts.
When word got out that the faculty and teachers were dressing as the districts from our popular all-school book, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, everyone was excited.
Technologically speaking, we’ve had a lot thrown at us in the past few years here at Marlborough.
We have had similar chair and desk setups at school for some time now.