Screening of the documentary about anti-colonialist Ives Mathieu, followed by a discussion with the director, Mathieu's daughter.
Screening and discussion with André Pérez, Marlboro alum, founder of the Trans Oral History Project, and director of the America in Transition documentary series.
Performance by 10 Hairy Legs, the New York City–based, all-male repertory dance company performing existing and newly commissioned works.
Hosted by Brattleboro Area Hospice, The Death Café is part of an international movement to take death out of the closet.
The college ranked #117 among national liberal arts colleges and universities, and will be included in the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges 2018 guidebook.
Marlboro welcomes new faculty members Amy Beecher (painting and drawing) and Bronwen Tate (writing).
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