Articles by Theresa Kong

The price of free speech for Marlborough students and teachers

Freedom of speech was first outlined as a right to all US citizens in 1791 as part of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. The right to freedom of speech was further outlined in the UN Declaration of Human Rights as being guaranteed to all people. However, this right has caveats for private school students and teachers.

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Marlbots wins robotics Inspire Award

The two Marlborough robotics teams, the Marlbots and Curiosity, have had a successful season with the Marlbots winning the Inspire Award at Interleague on Sunday, Feb. 5, and the Alliance Captain award at Regionals on Sunday, Feb. 26.






Introducing Dr. Crandall

Director of Educational and Counseling Services Marisa Crandall is currently trying to make the competitive, all-girls environment at Marlborough happier and healthier by improving the…