Updates & News
Alumni are Marlboro’s largest constituency, and we want you to be in the know. Whether you are a recent grad or have been out in the world for decades, check here for the latest updates & news.
Call for art submissions to May 9 alumni art salon.
Panoramble Offers Virtual Tour of CampusMark Roessler ’90 gives virtual visitors a 360-degree perspective.
Alumni Trip to Japan: The Enigmatic Beauty of Japanese CraftSpring 2020 Japan alumni tour postponed due to concerns over COVID-19.
Raghavendra Rathore ’91 Launches Gurukul School of DesignNew institute provides aspiring design professionals with a world class education.
26 Alumni Contribute to Photo Slide Show Celebrating John WillisBy Erik Olson ’94
Alumni Association Resuscitation - Join us!After a long hiatus, the Marlboro College Alumni Association is finally getting a reboot thanks to renewed passion from our alumni community and a core of committed, amazing alums who have taken on the hard work of grassroots organizing. But they need you.
Allen Magaña ’13 Makes Mariachi More InclusiveAllen is a featured singer and violinist in Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles, the world’s first and only LGBTQ Mariachi.
Marlboro.edu Email & Google Drive AccountsA summary of important information regarding what’s going to happen with Marlboro College email and Google accounts after the merger with Emerson College.
Brad Heck ’04 Awarded Thriving Communities Project GrantA faculty member in film/video studies, Brad will create a virtual tour of Vermont landscapes affected by climate change.
Singing and Cycling Together in EcuadorClayton Clemetson ’19 and Marcea MacInnis ’05 collaborate on a cycling and singing camp in Ecuador for high school students.
Allison Turner Receives Roots AwardLab and field tech teacher and alumna recognized for outstanding service and commitment to the college.
Geoffry Brown Puts Monologue Series Online“Quintessential Americans” available free of charge for download and use by history and drama students.
Alumni Revel in Home DaysAttendees came from as far away as Texas and California, and spanned over 50 graduation years from 1968 to 2019
Asst. Dean of Career Education Responds to Offers of Alumni HelpBy Kate Trzaskos, Assistant Dean of Career Education
Tristan Toleno MBA ’11 on Racism in VermontGrad school alumnus and state rep relates experiences and seeks social change.
2019 Postgraduate Fellowships AnnouncedThe next academic year will include new positions in arts administration, experiential learning, and global engagement, as well as additional funding for professional development coursework or graduate classes.
Marlboro Music and Marlboro College Build on PartnershipBoth boards approve new facilities project and 99-year lease, speaking to the value of community collaborations.
Marlboro Women Head to MontpelierSara Coffey ’90 and Emilie Kornheiser ’00 take Vermont are sworn in on January 9 as newly elected state representatives.
Chris Lamb ’18 Awarded Philosophy Essay PrizeThe recent graduate presented a paper based on his Plan work at International Association of Environmental Philosophy meeting in October, and was awarded the best graduate student essay prize.
Get Your Marlboro OnThe campus store is open, for purchases of Marlboro-emblazoned items, in person and online.
Branch Out to Receive UpgradeMarlboro’s online community will have more functionality and fun after a significant upgrade in early 2019.
Roots Award Presented to Jessica Taylor Taraski ‘91The legacy alumna and organizer of JALF reunions is recognized for her tireless support.
Supporting Community on Marlboro College Branch OutOnline platform provides opportunity to share, to the benefit of students, alumni, and other Marlboro College community members.
Heatherjean MacNeil ’02 Joins TrusteesHeatherjean knows from first-hand experience that Marlboro builds independent thinkers.
Alumni Profile: Evan Lorenzen, Creation Continued
When Evan Lorenzen ’13 graduated from Marlboro with a Plan in visual arts, the sky seemed to be the limit for his creative endeavors.
Conserving Vermont’s Historic LegacyAlumni Tracy Martin ’85 and Alex Tolstoi ’12 recently found themselves working together on the Senator Justin Morrill State Historic Site in Strafford, Vermont.
Sean Cole ’93 to Address Commencement 2019Radio producer and Marlboro alumnus Sean Cole ’93 will give a commencement address, and renowned artists Emily Mason and Wolf Kahn will also receive honorary degrees.
Marlboro Remembers Grant LiThe beloved professor of Chinese language and linguistics dies after a long illness.
The balcony is now open!
Marlboro Graduates Class of 2019On a rainy, even snowy, May 12, the Marlboro College community was pleased to celebrate the college’s latest graduates.
Marlboro College Recommended for Value by Princeton ReviewMarlboro gets high marks for academic freedom and community values in The Best Value Colleges: 200 Schools with Exceptional ROI for Your Tuition Investment.
Marlboro Cuts Tuition by a ThirdReduced sticker price will remove barriers, provide clarity for students who would thrive at Marlboro.
Mara Eagle ’12 Asks for Diversity in Artificial IntelligenceAn artist fellow at Berggruen Institute, Mara speaks up at an event titled “Speed Dating for the Mind.”
2017 Graduates Added to Virtual Plan RoomFifteen members of the class of 2019 recently had excerpts of their Plan of Concentration added to the online resource for prospective students to explore Plans.
Felix Jarrar ’16 Talks to Broadway WorldComposer and pianist Felix Jarrar ’16 gives an exclusive interview to BWW about his recent works.
Community Members Acknowledge Abenaki Homeland
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force calls on the college community to observe Vermont’s first official Indigenous People’s Day.