Psychologist, performer and poet, Dr. Michael (Mykee) Fowlin stirred strong reactions among the Marlborough student body.Read More
Photos of dancers doin’ their thang!
On Saturday, Feb. 25, around 20 Marlborough students and their fathers channeled their green thumbs as they built raised garden beds, among other community-related activities, at El Sereno Middle School.
On Wednesday Jan. 25, Ava ’22 won first place in the Youth America Grand Prix, the largest student ballet competition in the world, at Huntington Beach High School.
Avery ’17 was chosen to represent Marlborough at the Shakespeare Competition after she performed her Ophelia monologue at the Shakespeare ASM on Monday, Feb. 13.
Hauser Wirth & Schimmel’s latest exhibition, “Jason Rhoades Installations, 1994-2006,” opened Saturday, Feb. 18 in Downtown Los Angeles, and will be on display until Sunday, May 21.
My friends like to tell me that I’m not fun. Their reasons include things like this: I go to bed at 8:30, I like waking up early, I love Sylvia Plath, I listen to the classical music radio station, I’m obsessed with Jane Eyre etc.
With the completion of the new Caldwell Pool, physical education instructor Flavio Ribeiro has taken up the role as pool manager and hopes to instill a sense of community use the pool.
Chloe Kipnis and Camille Brown joined the Marlborough athletic program in mid-December. Kipnis is the assistant athletic trainer, and Brown is the assistant strength and conditioning coach.