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Students celebrate La Chandleur by making crepes.
French instructors host crepe-making event to celebrate French holiday
Dalton '24 February 23, 2024

For the first time on Feb. 6, the French instructors hosted a crepe-making event in the CEI to celebrate the French holiday La Chandeleur, or Candlemas in English. Students learned about Candlemas and then got the chance to make a crepe of their own with...

Dolores 25 prepares to dance. Staff Photographer Dinah 25.
All-School Dance Concert takes an immersive approach
Francesca '25 January 5, 2024

The All-School Dance Concert, which took place on Nov. 30 at 3:30 p.m. and Dec. 1 at 7 p.m., began in Intimate Theatre, a newly added venue, for an immersive exhibition entitled “A World Unraveled,” followed by the remaining acts held in Caswell...

Lily ’25 signs the helmet of Aubrey ’26 before practice.
Dinah 25 Staff Photographer
Varsity lacrosse sticks to tradition
Claire '24 February 14, 2024

As the season begins for Marlborough’s Varsity lacrosse team, the players are continuing their many traditions to bond the team and foster...

Assistant Athletic Director Jessica Romero passes a basketball around with Caroline ’28.
Addison 26 Staff Photographer
Jessica Romero’s all-star impact on athletics
Addison '26 February 14, 2024

Assistant Athletic Director Jessica Romero has worked at Marlborough for two years, helping manage the Middle School Athletics Department. Her...

To kill a mocking-book
To kill a mocking-book
Abby '25 and Stella '25 February 21, 2024

What defines a classic novel? In order to discuss the removal of classics from certain school curricula, it is important to clarify the term’s...

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Making a case for the 7th grade world languages class
Making a case for the 7th grade world languages class
Olivia '29 February 14, 2024

During Violets 101, when all incoming 7th graders received their schedules, there was one thing that confused me: the Intro to World Languages...

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