Upcoming Events

The Death Café

Hosted by Brattleboro Area Hospice, The Death Café is part of an international movement to take death out of the closet.

Discuss death
  • Undergraduate

Celebrating the Artistry of the Male Dancer

Performance by 10 Hairy Legs, the New York City–based, all-male repertory dance company performing existing and newly commissioned works.

Dance more
  • Undergraduate

The Absolution of Spirit: Forgiveness in Hegel's Philosophy of Religion

A talk by alumna Ursula Roessiger, who received her PhD from Pennsylvania State University in August of this year after defending her dissertation on Hegel.

Learn forgiveness
  • Undergraduate

Fall Open House

Join us for the Fall Open House, and learn how Marlboro students set themselves apart—from academics to self-governance to study abroad.

 

Visit campus
  • Undergraduate
  • Visits

Democracy in the Deep Divide

Can Americans still work together? Join us for this panel discussion with faculty and alumni.

Work together
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

America in Transition

Screening and discussion with André Pérez, Marlboro alum, founder of the Trans Oral History Project, and director of the America in Transition documentary series.

Learn more
  • Undergraduate

News & Past Events

Flux

Deborra Stewart-Pettengill presents her work in Drury Gallery in September, with an artist's talk on September 19 and a reception on September 21.

Coalesce more
  • Undergraduate

Welcoming Asylum Seekers to Our Community

Through a combination of stories and song, local residents Steve Crofter and Laurel Green describe the newly-founded non-profit Community Asylum Seekers Project (CASP).

Seek peace
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Consortium Wins NEH Grant for Local Literary History

Collaboration with Brattleboro Literary Festival, the Brattleboro Historical Society, Write Action, and other supporting organizations will bring place-based learning to local community.

Learn locally
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

The Art of Making Dances (Not About Ferguson)

A dance response to the Black Lives Matter movement choreographed by Robin Brichard and performed by Kweku Bransah.

Respond to injustice
  • Undergraduate

Mira Ptacin Reading

Mira Ptacin will read from her book Poor Your Soul and other works.

Learn more
  • Undergraduate

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