Campus Life

Breaking the Code: Considering Code as a Foreign Language

In January of 2015, the Kentucky and New Mexico state legislatures introduced a bill that would allow high school students to take coding classes under the Foreign Language Department, provoking discussion across the country about what constitutes foreign language. The states of Texas and Oklahoma have already passed similar bills.



ARTribe Raises Funds for Artists Abroad

For the past nine years, Los Angelenos of all ages gather to gaze at and bid on artwork, listen to live performances, enjoy food from local food trucks and assist a humanitarian effort at the student-run gallery show, ARTribe.




Violets Strut the Runway for Charity

In 2007, just one year after Marlborough students established what is now known as the Violets’ Giving Circle (VGC), the members of the Circle put on the group’s first fashion show to raise money to grant to Los Angeles-based organizations. The event has expanded considerably since then, Violets’ Giving Circle advisor Nadia Hopper said.