As a water polo player, and a student-athlete, I can definitively say that I would not be the person I am today without athletics.Read More
Articles by Paige 17
Do we operate out of moral goodness? Or do we act out of fear of consequence: the desire to avoid the resulting guilt or shame due to a particular action?
Members of Marlborough’s Gay Straight Alliance Club spoke about transgenderism on Monday, Nov. 9 at an All-School Meeting to educate the school community about violence against transpeople and to clear up misconceptions about transpeople, especially after celebrity coming-outs, such as Caitlyn Jenner.
Natasha ’16 and her mother Nazie Saffari traveled to Iran this summer to visit the all-girls Saffari School.
From Wednesday, Sept. 9, to Friday, Sept. 11, all Marlborough School tennis and cross-country practices, including the tennis match against Beverly Hills on Friday, were canceled due to extremely high temperatures.
One day, Olivia Bornstein ’17 was sitting in the ARC, perusing through the Internet in search of a new turquoise bikini.
I am fifteen. I do not know what I want to do yet. I love the arts and writing, so maybe I’ll pursue a career in that field. But does that mean that other career paths are closed to me because 16personalities.com told me that I should not be anything else?
On January 15, 2015, Tina Hayes ’17 checked her Snapchat story feed. As she watched more and more of her friends’ stories, she noticed something familiar repeatedly appear: the Marlborough School geofilter