Although the Senior Class reached 100% participation for the annual Senior Class Fund and generally had positive experiences with their Growing Violets representatives, there were isolated issues and incidents that made girls uncomfortable giving money back to the School.Read More
One student summed up the general attitude towards the Wednesday Morning Meetings at Marlborough at the beginning of the last school year when she bluntly asked at an upper school meeting, “Is this a permanent thing or…?”
Language classes without immersion don’t prepare students effectively for real-life situations.
After analyzing the different father-daughter and mother-daughter traditions at Marlborough, it becomes apparent that there are some forms of gender bias in terms of the times and days these events take place.
When people say, “Wow, I bet it’s hard having a new head of school for your senior year,” I feel compelled to indulge and respond: “Yes, I am traumatized and may never leave my room.” In reality, I am obsessed with this woman.
Reply to Senior Editorial: Marlborough should consider applications from transgender girls
With the growing national awareness of the transgender community, Marlborough should write an enrollment policy that reflects an understanding of the gender spectrum.
Marlborough students often laugh about their isolation from and social awkwardness around boys, but all jokes aside, it is true that our all-girls setting can lead to some issues with the opposite sex.
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