Upcoming Events

13th

A chronicle of racial inequality in the criminal justice system, this screening of 13th is a part of the film and speaker series for Speech Matters.

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  • Undergraduate

Criminal Justice Reform

Criminal justice leader Glenn Martin will be speaking on his work for JustLeadershipUSA, part of the Speech Matters film and speaker series.

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  • Undergraduate

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Walk on the Wild Side

Renowned pianist Tae Kim presents a program in memory of Lou Reed (1942-2016), including selections from Schumann and Greif.

Two legs, I tell you
  • Undergraduate

Everett Company Freedom Café

Everett Company presents one of its Freedom Cafés, a dance theater performance and dialogue examining mass incarceration in America, part of the Speech Matters film and speaker series in collaboration with Vermont Performance Lab.

Positive change
  • Undergraduate

Incarcerating US

Richard Van Wickler, superintendent of Cheshire County Correctional Facility (NH) and president of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), will speak to the issue of mass incarceration after a screening of the 2016 documentary Incarcerating US, part of the Speech Matters film and speaker series.

Imprison less
  • Undergraduate

News & Past Events

Graduate program moves to Marlboro

Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies will share facilities with the undergraduate program on Potash Hill, strengthening both programs.

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  • Undergraduate

Medicated

Plan exhibit by Kelsey Gately,

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  • Undergraduate

The Snatchless Necklace

Plan show of ceramics by Sarah Palacios, December 6 through 12, with a reception December 10, 4 to 6 pm.

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  • Undergraduate

Scott Williams awarded Carnegie Medal

Marlboro alumnus recognized for heroism in response to fatal shooting of social worker Lara Sobel.

Protecting community
  • Undergraduate

Roberto Lugo receives USA fellowship

Marlboro's ceramics professor is recognized by United States Artists for his unique artistic voice, and awarded an unrestricted fellowship for $50,000.

Celebrate creativity
  • Undergraduate

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