Now, more than ever, it is important to have discussions about mental health. The show doesn’t skirt around the topic of suicide or play at suggestions of suicide.Read More
Articles by Sarah '17
Girls Go Global hosts a speaker series featuring Allison Rapson and Kassidy Brown, founders of the media company We Are the XX, and Julie Ann Crommett, Google’s Entertainment Industry Educator in Chief.
Education Council created the Work Life Balance Committee, a new group that aims to analyze and reduce Marlborough students’ stress and increase the quality of students’ sleep.
The annual Honor All-School Meeting (ASM) on Monday, Sept. 26 addressed the gray areas in group work, collaboration and teaming, brought to the attention of…
On Tuesday, Mar. 1, 2016, “Odd Girl Out” and “The Curse of the Good Girl” author Rachel Simmons spoke to Marlborough students of each grade about the constant pressure to be successful for modern-day girls both socially and academically.
Rosie ’17 researches Indian influences on classic British rock. Alanna ’16 researches an allele that gives mice resistance to leukemia.
Marlborough’s endowment, 50 percent of which is invested in the stock market, was affected by the recent volatility in the stock market.
Students speak out against racial discrimination in school policy and the classroom.
The Arden Project remains on track despite the forecasted El Niño storms because construction is being accelerated, according to Facilities Manager Matt Riddle.