Upcoming Events

Hip-Hop vs Neoliberalism Workshop

Workshop with artists and activists Rebel Diaz, part of the Stand Up Fight Back! Education Conference sponsored by Marlboro College in collaboration with Educational Praxis, SPARK Teacher Training Institute, Brattleboro Solidarity, and Indigo Radio. 

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Books on Tape: Making radio out of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction

In this event leading up to Marlboro College Commencement 2019, This American Life producer Sean Cole will give a talk and lead a discussion based on his experiences in public radio.

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Rebel Diaz

Concert by the hip-hop duo, part of the Stand Up Fight Back! Education Conference.

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Stand Up Fight Back!

Join the Spark Teacher Education Institute for a day of workshops, speakers, panels, and community conversations to share, learn, think, and organize for a better world.

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Commencement 2019

Join us as we celebrate our graduating students and all they have accomplished.

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Home Days 2019

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

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News & Past Events

Sean Cole ’93 to Address Commencement 2019

Radio producer and Marlboro alumnus Sean Cole ’93 will give a commencement address, and renowned artists Emily Mason and Wolf Kahn will also receive honorary degrees.

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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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Contra Dance

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

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

CANCELLED: 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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