Upcoming Events

Dances in the Rough

See the latest from Marlboro student choreographers in this review of this semester's work.

Dance more
  • Undergraduate

Reframing the Debate on Addiction

Student presentations on the root causes and social solutions for addiction, the culmination of their work in the Speech Matters program.

Stigmatize less
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Radicals in these Hills

Find out what students learned from area residents who participated in radical movements in the 1970s.

Document Change
  • Undergraduate

Renaissance Scholars program

The Renaissance Scholars program offers free tuition to a student from each U.S. state who can most benefit from the Marlboro experience. Are you that student?

Open minds open doors
  • Undergraduate
  • Visits

CCS Spring Convening: Water

Rethink our relationship with water in this interactive workshop with the Center for Creative Solutions.

Think deeper
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

News & Past Events

Disability and Community Inclusion

Disability rights advocate Deborah Lisi-Baker will give a talk on inclusion, in recognition of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Include all
  • Undergraduate

The Language Archive

Play by Julia Cho, directed by theater faculty Jean O'Hara.

Translate more
  • Undergraduate

In Your Mirror I Know Myself: The Metaphysics of Language Learning

Presentation and discussion at the Grolier Club, New York City, with Amer Latif, professor of religion, and Beverley Burkett, chair, master’s in language teaching programs.

Mirror This
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Speech Matters Energizes Addiction Debate

News stories attract regional attention to Marlboro College's new semester-long intensive exploring addiction.

Roll Back Rhetoric
  • Undergraduate

Federico García Lorca in Vermont

Talk by independent scholar Patricia Billingsley about Lorca's visit to the Green Mountain State and his relationship with Vermont poet Philip Cummings.

Visit Lake Eden
  • Undergraduate