“I think as triggering as the movement can be for assault survivors, it’s also incredibly comforting because you have to understand this is the first time in my entire life that I’ve not felt alone about this. That’s incredible and it makes all the difference,” Max said.Read More
By Rachel ’19 and Olivia Klubeck ’18 As part of an effort to clarify guidelines for teachers about the timeline for returning graded work to…
Teachers, administrators, faculty and students spoke out about the Time’s Up and #MeToo movements, sparking discussion across the Marlborough community.
The 2018 Oscar nominations included the most diverse list of nominees than in previous years.
Physical Education Department Head Julie Napoleon will be leaving after 39 years teaching at Marlborough.
Secrets have an enormous cost on people and so does shame, so anything that creates a culture that is less stigmatizing towards survivors potentially creates a context and an environment for healing.
It should have been something that I instantly spoke up about and I didn’t… When you’re first starting a job and you’re surrounded by [sexual harassment], silence seems like the only way to keep your job, and what we’re finding out now is that it just puts more people in harm’s way
For the last four years, the Chinese program has only had one teacher to teach five years of curriculum.
Opposing opinions on this fact of life.