In 2014, the United States witnessed a dramatic increase in unaccompanied immigrant children braving the journey north from Central America through Mexico to reach American soil.Read More
Members of the School community outside of the theater department remarked on the thought-provoking themes in the productions, but many regretted that the discussions often do not continue after leaving the theater.
Recent cases of sexual harassment in schools have led many people to wonder who is to blame and have raised questions about the effectiveness of school policies in preventing and dealing with cases of sexual harassment.
On June 30, XoJane.com published Mikaela Gilbert-Lurie ’13’s article accusing a Marlborough teacher of making inappropriate sexual comments and advances toward her during the 2011-2012 school year.
When Kamilah ’15 chose her courses for her senior year, she did not register for the courses she truly hoped to take. Kamilah wanted to take another language class, for example, but the School prompted her to take a second math course.
On Jan. 28, President Barack Obama indicated in his State of the Union Address that women earn 77 cents for every dollar that men earn for doing the same work.
As American high school students brace themselves for the SAT or the American College Test (ACT), their peers around the world prepare for varied international exams, such as the Japanese National Center Test for University Admissions or the German Arbitur.
Before coming to Marlborough in 7th grade, Victoria ’15 had a negative experience with her many tutors in elementary school.
In the last three years, violence in Syria has escalated, with more than 140,000 casualties and 2.5 million refugees