“During Summer School last year, I worked as a teacher’s aid, and one of my students loved to make fun of my outfits,” Millicent ’12 said. “On one particular day, he looked me up and down and said, ‘I have on a monogrammed ascot; what are you wearing?’”Read More
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“I always thought that senior year here meant that I took three classes and spent the rest of the day at home chilling,” Libby ’12 said. “But, nope. I was wrong.”
On Saturday, Feb. 4, seven Marlborough students, Community Outreach Coordinator Miranda Payne and English instructor Sarah Wolf attended the “It’s Our Turn” conference at Brentwood School, which featured female celebrities and leaders who led panels to help young women learn about how to become or grow as leaders in their communities.
When travelling in Scotland with Drama Ensemble last summer, Phoebe ’12 found the perfect opportunity to plank.
Author Aimee Bender will visit the Academic Resource Center (ARC) on Friday, Jan. 13 during lunch to discuss her writing process and read from her newest novel and fourth book, The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake.
Six members of faculty and staff filtered into the PC Lab in the ARC (Academic Resource Center) at the beginning of lunch.
Due to disagreements between the owners and the players, the 2011 NBA season came to a grinding halt as of Jul. 1.
The Los Angeles Unified School District implements changes in their cafeterias by eliminating unhealthy food options.
“I really liked the sheets in New York,” Miriam ’12 said, recalling her memories of College Tour, an optional, annual week-long trip for sophomores and…