On a brisk day on the morning of Friday, Jan. 20, American businessman Donald J. Trump officially accepted the Office of President of the United States.Read More
According to Director of Enrollment Management Jeanette Woo Chitjian, 7th Grade application numbers have risen from last year’s dip as Marlborough’s culture shifts towards an emphasis on innovation and authenticity in the 2016-17 school year.
History and social sciences instructor Dan Lynch presented his research on object analysis as a way to teach history to all skill levels to a panel at the American Historical Association Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado on Saturday, Jan. 7.
Emily ’18, Caelan ’18 and Charlotte ’19 will hold their first meeting for a new program called the Mental Awareness Program (MAP) in February in the Collins Room.
Dr. Beth Rosenblum will take over English instructor Elizabeth Donnell’s two AP art history classes on Wednesday, Feb. 8 while Donell is on maternity leave.
Marlborough’s new librarian Margaret Lopez, who started her job in December, said she plans to get more students interested in extracurricular reading by bringing trending books directly to students around campus at lunch time.
Marlborough’s Change Climate Change club (CCC) witnessed its first win in December. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti signed the Existing Building Energy and Water Efficiency ordinance (EBEWE) into law on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016.
Marlborough held its annual semi-formal dance, a ’20s themed extravaganza at the Mark for Events in Los Angeles near Century City.
The 20 board members of the Violets’ Giving Circle (VGC) took a new approach to the assembly and presented testimonials of their experience and the significance of their work before the Marlborough community on Monday, Jan. 30.