Upcoming Events

May(be)Fest

Celebrate spring with the Marlboro College community at May(be)Fest, including live music in the Campus Center and community dinner in the dining hall.

Spring up
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Vox Pop

Join senior Rainbow Stakiwicz for her one-woman show resulting from a year of collecting oral histories.

Speak up
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Anamnensis

An evening of original songs, dance music, and movement by Liana Nuse, Alessandro Pane, and Griff Jurchak.

Listen to this
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Way of Council

Join this two-day workshop to learn how to integrate various forms of council into the communities where you work and live.

Circle Process
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The Return of Machiavellian Politics

A Marlboro On the Road event in Washington DC featuring politics professor Meg Mott, Alexia Boggs '13 and Avi Zollman '03.

Bluster is back
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VPL Open Lab

Vermont Performance Lab welcomes visitors into the rehearsal spaces for three interdisciplinary projects led by theater artist Ain Gordon, and choreographers Jennifer Monson, and Sara Smith. 

Creative process
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News & Past Events

College Welcomes New Ceramics Professor

Artist Roberto Lugo explores the way different cultures interact through ceramics.

Make more
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Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble

VENUE MOVED TO DINING HALL
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
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Rapid Reviews

See what your peers are reading, in these reviews of more than 50 books in less than one minute each.

Read fast
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Proving Genocide

A talk by Hon. Patricia Whalen, a judge who served on the War Crimes Chamber of Bosnia and Herzegovina for five years.

Stop war crimes
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Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Percussionist Ben Bennett will present a performance of noise, sound, and silence, and visiting professor and sound artist John Collins McCormick will perform electroacoustics.

Hear more
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