Upcoming Events

Wetware

Screening of Jay Craven's near-future film noir, produced by participants in the Movies from Marlboro program.

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Beware the Slenderman

Join us for a screening of Beware the Slenderman, the story of two 12-year old girls incited to mortal violence, followed by a discussion with the producer about the impact of social media on the more impressionable.

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  • Undergraduate

Fall Open House

Come see what Marlboro College can offer you at our Fall Open House on October 6.

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  • Visits

Break the Silence

Screening of film by Willow O'Feral '07 documenting the personal, sexual, and reproductive health histories of Vermont women.

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  • Alumni
  • Graduate

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Jake Charkey and Naren Budhakar

Acclaimed performers Jake Charkey (cello) and Naren Budhakar (tablas) present a concert of Western and Indian classical musics.

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Danté Brown

Guest artist will facilitate workshop on auto-ethnographic perspective.

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Syria's Disappeared: The Case Against Assad

Join us for this screening  and discussion of film about Syria's human rights crisis, including a skype discussion with director Sara Afshar.

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News & Past Events

The Death Café

Hosted by Brattleboro Area Hospice, The Death Café is part of an international movement to take death out of the closet.

Discuss death
  • Undergraduate

Marlboro Continues to Rise in U.S. News Ranking

The college ranked #117 among national liberal arts colleges and universities, and will be included in the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges 2018 guidebook.

Rank up
  • Undergraduate

New Faculty Members Enliven the Arts

Marlboro welcomes new faculty members Amy Beecher (painting and drawing) and Bronwen Tate (writing).

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Marlboro launches 2017 Beautiful Minds Challenge

High school students invited to explore innovative communication, win one of 12 scholarships.

Communicate innovatively
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Consortium Wins NEH Grant for Local Literary History

Collaboration with Brattleboro Literary Festival, the Brattleboro Historical Society, Write Action, and other supporting organizations will bring place-based learning to local community.

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  • Graduate

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