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The English-Speaking Union’s National Shakespeare Competition saw a bevy of monologues from Marlborough’s upper and middle school thespians alike: for the first time in the competition’s recent history, ninth graders were allowed to participate.
The varsity basketball team placed fourth at the Inglewood Classic Basketball tournament the week of Dec. 1, beating two tough Div. II-AA teams and fighting Long Beach Poly, which is ranked third in the country, down to the last minute before losing.
Wondering what to do this summer, I shuffled through brochure after brochure of programs. I skipped over the first couple, which boasted glossy pictures of abnormally happy teens riding camels and hiking up mountains. The next few sported headlines such as “Generation Leadership” and “Push your Boundaries.”
This year’s college tour will start with William and Mary in Virginia, replacing last year’s initial stop at Chicago, and then continue up the coast from Washington D.C. to Boston.
After visiting the Painted Turtle, a camp for kids with long-term illnesses, Carter ’10 decided to organize an arts-inspired fundraiser for the camp on March 3.
“Uncommon Women” play wins applause & Dance Ensemble to host Black Box show
The economy has deeply affected the daily lives of Americans, and citizens from businessman to firemen are altering their lifestyles for a new job, a new bike, or a new homemade dinner recipe to cook in the household. Small businesses and big corporations are both overwrought with debt and struggling to create new gimmicks to increase the flow of money.
Students got a closer look at construction than usual in February, when someone cut away a nine foot section of the leaf-print tarp covering the chain link fence around the construction site near the Rossmore Avenue entrance of school.