Upcoming Events

Shake the Earth

Writer/actor Lousine Shamamian presents her one-woman show about the injustice inflicted on her Armenian ancestors. 

Kufta and string cheese
  • Undergraduate

Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble

A Latin jazz big band concert featuring the 20-piece Barbary Coast jazz orchestra from Dartmouth College, with special guest star Gregorio Uribe and his percussion section.

Improvise more
  • Undergraduate

Frame by Frame

After decades of war and an oppressive Taliban regime, four Afghan photojournalists face the realities of building a free press in a country left to stand on its own—reframing Afghanistan for the world and for themselves—in this award-winning film.

Reframing Afghanistan
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Wendell-Judd Cup

Join other community members for this annual cross-country ski and snowshoe event.

Ski up a storm
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Bend

A solo performance piece by Kimi Maeda examines the lives of two men incarcerated in a Japanese American Relocation Camp during World War II.

Remember this
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You Thought You Knew Us

  • Thursday, March 3, 2016 - 7:00pmAppletree

Join us for readings of poetry and non-fiction by Marlboro faculty and staff members.

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Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Pianist and Marlboro favorite Renana Gutman returns to Ragle Hall for a solo concert.

Vigor and aplomb
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CCS Spring Convening: Public Education

Rethink our the equity, excellence, and value of public education in this interactive workshop with the Center for Creative Solutions.

Equity, excellence, and value
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  • Graduate

Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Brooklyn-based David Bindman Sextet brings their big sound to Ragle Hall.

Multiculturally funky
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Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Violinist Andrew Eng and pianist Tae Kim play the music of Scnittke, Shubert, Schumann, and Debussy.

Listen to this
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Grooving with the Gnawa

Join us for this lecture by Jason Robinson, assistant professor of music at Amherst College, on jazz, improvisation, and transdiasporic collaboration.

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Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Allos Musica Ensemble of clarinetist and composer James Falzone explores the intersection of jazz, classical, and world music traditions.

You oud to hear this
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Getting Your Words To Count

In the Management Ideas Exchange (MIX) workshop for April, Meg Mott will share the art of the op/ed.

Clarity and courage
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  • Graduate
  • MBA
  • Nonprofit

The Fear of Large and Small Nations

Writer Nancy Agabian will read from her new novel, The Fear of Large and Small Nations, a story of love and loss in post-Soviet Armenia.

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  • Undergraduate

News & Past Events

Lives Worth Living

Join us for a documentary on the disability rights movement, in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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  • Graduate

Lives Worth Living

Join us for a documentary on the disability rights movement, in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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  • Graduate

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

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

Potash Hill Hot Off the Press

The Fall 2015 issue of Potash Hill features sublime writing by Maya Rohr '15 on the language and landscape of transformation, explores religious diversity in Nepal with Catherine O'Callaghan, assistant dean of academic advising, and welcomes Kevin Quigley as Marlboro's ninth president.

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  • Graduate

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