Upcoming Events

Criminal Justice Reform

Join us for this panel discussion by students in the Speech Matters semester intensive on criminal justice.

Be Just
  • Undergraduate

Race, Art, and Representation

Join Dr. Aneeka Henderson of Amherst College for a discussion of Dana Schutz's painting of Emmitt Till and the representation of race in the visual arts.

Censor less
  • Undergraduate

Thailand as a Key for Trump Administration's Agenda in Asia

CANCELLED
Part of the lecture series in collaboration with Windham World Affairs Council, Pisan Manawapat will discuss international diplomacy from the point of view of an ambassador from Thailand.

Think globally
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Dances in the Rough

Enjoy dances conceived, choreographed, and performed by Marlboro's dance students.

Dance more
  • Undergraduate

The Final Reading

Beloved writing and literature teacher T. Hunter Wilson will share some of his poetry and prose before retiring from Marlboro College.

Read more
  • Undergraduate

News & Past Events

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Walk on the Wild Side

CONCERT CANCELLED ON ACCOUNT OF STORM

Renowned pianist Tae Kim presents a program in memory of Lou Reed (1942-2016), including selections from Schumann and Greif.

Two legs, I tell you
  • Undergraduate

Everett Company Freedom Café

Everett Company presents one of its Freedom Cafés, a dance theater performance and dialogue examining mass incarceration in America, part of the Speech Matters film and speaker series in collaboration with Vermont Performance Lab.

Positive change
  • Undergraduate

Renaissance Scholars deadline

  • Sunday, January 15, 2017 - 11:45pm

The last day for submissions for the Renaissance Scholars program is January 15, 2017.

Unquenchably curious?
  • Visits

Marlboro Speaks – Responses to the Elections

The result of a project in the Film Editing class, come share in the reactions of community members to the recent national election.

Act more
  • Undergraduate

Marlboro's Renaissance Grows

Diverse students attracted by the Renaissance Scholars program boost community engagement, with plans for more scholars next year.

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  • Undergraduate

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