When I was in seventh grade, I would wait patiently in line behind the upperclassmen (most of the time letting them go in front…Read More
When I learned of Marlborough’s recent recommendation regarding the enrollment of transgender students at Marlborough, I didn’t know how to feel.
While technological advances do encourage a more dynamic education, they aid in the loss of our ability to engage with and understand information in the way students in previous generations did.
I’ve always loved stories. I’ve loved them at home—in TV shows and movies and novels; I’ve loved them at Marlborough, in essays and textbooks and…
As a water polo player, and a student-athlete, I can definitively say that I would not be the person I am today without athletics.
My parents insisted I start using a rolling backpack in eighth grade in order to protect my back. Although at first hesitant to wheel through the halls, I quickly became enamored with my new bag.
Marlborough, where stress should be the fifth core value, needs to be reminded that perfecting the college trifecta—grades, scores and extracurriculars—is ultimately not what defines us.
Beginning in the fall of the 2016-2017 school year, the Marlborough History Department will no longer offer AP European History as an option for incoming juniors and seniors.
As Marlborough students, we direct our attention to environmental issues, like climate change, but do not discuss or acknowledge the water crisis in Flint.