News Marlboro College Presents “The Vagina Monologues”
MARLBORO, VT – (February 13, 2013) – Members of the Marlboro College and town communities will present a reading of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues on Saturday, March 2, at 8:00pm in Ragle Hall, Marlboro College.
This performance will benefit the Women’s Freedom Center in Brattleboro, a nonprofit organization that works to end domestic and sexual violence toward women and their children.
Officially established in 1974, The Woman’s Freedom Center provides a safe and confidential emergency space for women and their children fleeing domestic violence, as well as safety planning and counseling, support groups, youth outreach throughout schools in Windham county, and community education.
Suggested donations: $5 for Marlboro College students and $10 for the general public. Contact Stefanie Ashlyn at email@example.com to reserve tickets.
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Marlboro College provides independent thinkers with exceptional opportunities to broaden their intellectual horizons in a small and close-knit learning community, create a strong framework for personal and career fulfillment and make a positive difference in the world. With two locations in southern Vermont’s Green Mountains, our undergraduate campus in the town of Marlboro and our graduate school in Brattleboro, students discover new avenues for using their skills to benefit themselves and others. Marlboro students engage in deep exploration of their interests in an atmosphere that emphasizes critical and creative thinking, independence, social justice, sustainability and community