Peggy Orenstein, New York Times bestselling author of Girls and Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape, visited Marlborough on Tuesday, Jan. 17 to talk to upperclassmen and parents about the ways in which gender inequality impacts teenage girls’ attitudes towards sex.Read More
Articles by Rebecca '17
With her eye on the target, Molly Sulzer ’17 lets the arrow fly.
Over the summer, science instructor Nicole Collier traveled to Alaska for two weeks from 27 June to 5 July to develop a new experiential science…
Analysis of the responses to our Rio Summer Olympics viewing habits survey.
Members of the Marlborough community answer the question: “What are you most excited for this year?”
While technological advances do encourage a more dynamic education, they aid in the loss of our ability to engage with and understand information in the way students in previous generations did.
I am a huge advocate for goal-setting. No, not the “Personal Best” or “SMART Goal” goal-setting, but the private, personal kind.
Quinn Bogart ’21 stood before the crowd, strumming on her guitar and serenading the crowd. She was singing her own song, “Lightning Calls,” which she…
The Marlborough language department decided to change their title from “foreign languages” to “world languages” in order to reflect more diversity and inclusivity in the School community last month.