Hello future classmates!!!! Congrats on getting in here. You seem like a super cool, smart, quirky bunch, and I’m so excited to meet you. Actually, to be honest, I hope that I’m excited to meet you. I mean, I hope that you’re the kind of people that I’d be excited to meet.Read More
“In light of recent events…” is a phrase with which the Marlborough community has become all too familiar over the past several months. In the wake of the summer’s eruption of inappropriate student-teacher relationship allegations, scandal—both the facts and the rumor—has fluttered out of mouths, into ears, and back out again, in a seemingly endless chain of information, and an even longer chain of things we didn’t know at all.
Art has long been interdisciplinary, using the realms of theater, music, dance, poetry and visual art.
In the midst of a discussion regarding the phallocentric order (just your typical day in Honors English Seminar), I glance around the room to see several of my peers’ eyes darting at phones in their laps, their fingers grazing the screens.
Forget measles: the real plague sweeping the nation’s youth these days is senioritis. Seniors across the country are finally done with college apps and are now enjoying a much-anticipated increase in leisure time.
Just a couple weeks ago, the Marlborough senior class was faced with a question I find immensely stressful: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” I, for one, had no idea what to say.
I’ve recently done a lot of thinking about “great books.” Some college applications require a list of favorite books and authors, and most high schools (Marlborough included) require students to read core texts.
If Van Gogh’s Starry Night or da Vinci’s Mona Lisa were never reproduced, would we know they existed? As the popularity of art increases, so does the demand for modes of mass producing of that art so that the world can revel in each new artistic movement.
The first time I can remember having poignant feelings about money was in third grade when my mom and I had to move into a family friend’s living room due to financial instability.