Jacob Appel reads from his collection of essays Phoning Home and his novel The Biology of Luck
Talk by Peter Gottschallk, Wesleyan University religion professor, who co-authored book by the same title.
Join us for the screening of a new, award-winning documentary about the undeniable momentum behind river restoration that has begun to take hold in the U.S.
Join Michael Wimberly & Oluyemi Thomas for an afternoon of compositions and improvisations titled "Spirit Music," the first in the Music for a Sunday Afternoon series.
Join us for a look at three of Marlboro's popular graduate programs, and tour our graduate center in the heart of Brattleboro.
Find out where your own intellectual interests might lead during Marlboro's Fall Open House.
Join us for this lunchtime workshop with Ariel Brooks, part of the graduate school's Management Ideas Exchange (MIX) series of workshops.
Readings by Sybil Lamb, Casey Plett, and Imogene Binnie, three transgender authors who are part of a six-week tour sponsored by Topside Press.
POSTPONED: Date TBD
Matan Rubinstein, Wes Brown, and Bob Weiner will perform Sada, a body of compositions for improvisors in a small group setting.
This workshop with EdTech faculty member Jane Wilde, part of the Hands On Tech series, will familiarize you with free digital tools that support learning.
The Guthrie Theater and The Acting Company present Shakespeare's enduring tragedy
Concert by Jason Robinson’s Janus Ensemble
Talk by Carmelita Tropicana
Potash Phil reflects on the winter break service-learning trip to Cambodia
Midnight Breakfast was celebrated this year, as it has been since the tradition began in 2001.
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