Upcoming Events

The Hungry Heart

Screening and discussion of film about prescription drug addiction in Vermont, with award-winning filmmaker Bess O'Brien

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Born of the Sea

New Work by Mari Hannah Jones, Miriam Mallalieu, Liam McLaughlin, and Caitlin Harder in Drury Gallery

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International and Community Service

Panel discussion by leaders in service, part of the special weekend of inauguration events in honor of President Kevin Quigley.

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Senegalese Drumming and Dancing

Performance by Senegalese dancer and drumer Elhadji Mamadou "Pape" Ba and company, part of the special inauguration weekend of events.

Dance up a storm
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Inauguration of President Kevin Quigley

Please join us for this three-day celebration of Marlboro's ninth president, including a day of connection and service, community events, and a formal ceremony in Persons Auditorium.

Meet Kevin
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Not Just The Experts Know

Susan Walker discusses how peers in recovery create a community of hope at the Turning Point of Windham County.

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Brattleboro Literary Festival Workshops

Celebrated authors Howard Axelrod, Suzanne Kingsbury, and Tim Weed to lead inspiring workshops as part of the Brattleboro Literary Festival.

Write something amazing
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Fall Open House

Join the Marlboro College community for a day, meet our new president, take a tour, press fresh apple cider, learn about the Marlboro experience from faculty and students.

Fresh Apple Cider
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News & Past Events

Current Work

Performance choreographed by Alexis Zaccarello, performed by Matthew Walker, K. Louise Layman, and Julia Radomyski.

Dress comfortably
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Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Concert by Renana Gutman and Ieva Jokubaviciute, featuring piano works by Schubert, Chopin, Debussy, Brahms, and Faure.

Once more, with feeling
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Education and Inequality in Chile

Talk by Seth Zimmerman, research associate at Princeton University.

Learn more equally
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Difference as Encounter with the World: Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition

Talk by visiting professor Casey Ford regarding Deleuze's argument that "difference" is the ultimate ground of reality.

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Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Concert by violinist Andrew Eng and pianist Tae Kim, including works by Biber, Shubert, and Enesco.

Duo Sonata
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