Upcoming Events

Folklore Dominicano Ensemble

  • Monday, March 25, 2019 - 6:45pm • Dining Hall

Performance followed by a workshop with the NY-based dance company in the dining hall.

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  • Undergraduate

Contra Dance

Come out to Marlboro College for a gender-neutral, beginner-friendly contra dance.

Get your dancin' shoes on
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Sugar Rush

Join us for our first annual Sugar Rush—a celebration of Marlboro philanthropy during the sugaring season in Vermont. Find out more.

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  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Changing Course in the US Response to the HIV/AIDs Pandemic

A talk by Sharon Stash of Georgetown University, part of the Engaging the World series cosponsored with the Windham World Affairs Council.

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  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Ming Holden

  • Friday, April 5, 2019 - 7:00pmAppletree

Join actor, writer, activist, translator, educator, humanitarian aid and development worker, and photographer Ming Holden for a reading from her new memoir, Refuge.

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  • Undergraduate

Panoramic Tour of the Northampton State Hospital

Reading and discussion of the recent book, from Levellers Press, with author Mark Roessler '90

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  • Undergraduate

Ethics for a Connected World

In the third installment of the Engaging the World series, cosponsored by the Windham World Affairs Council, Joel Rosenthal of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs will speak about the role of ethics in international engagement.

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  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Capstone Presentations

Join the grad school for Capstone presentations from our Teaching with Technology and Management programs

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  • Graduate

The Space Between Us

An evening of one-act plays directed by students and performed by community members.

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  • Undergraduate

Molly Booth

  • Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 6:30pmAppletree

Molly Booth '14 will read from her new work of YA fiction, Nothing Happened, and will be joined by Daniel Medeiros ’19 and Kristen Thompson ’19 who will read original fiction from their Plan work.

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  • Undergraduate

Dances in the Rough

Join us for a fun evening of new choreography by students.

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  • Undergraduate

Home Days 2019

Save the date for this year's Home Days, September 27-29. 

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  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

News & Past Events

Phys Ed

A workshop and performance by visiting dancer and performance artist Jerron Herman.

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  • Undergraduate

Prison Story Project

Marlboro students, faculty, and staff will perform a staged reading of scripts based on writing by incarcerated people.

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  • Undergraduate

Understanding Religion(s) in International Affairs

Join us for a talk Michael Gilligan, Henry Luce Foundation, the first in a series called Engaging the World: Issues and Strategies, cosponsored by the Windham World Affairs Council.

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  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Transparency and Corruption

Join us for a talk by Kirk Talbott, an expert advisor at The World Bank, the second in the series on Engaging the World: Issues and Strategies, cosponsored by the Windham World Affairs Council.

Be Clear
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Ned Rothenberg and friends

Acclaimed jazz saxophonist Ned Rothenberg leads a quartet of friends playing slide guitar, double bass, and piano.

Learn from jazz
  • Undergraduate

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