Alumni Artstravaganza

Call for art submissions to May 9 alumni art salon.

Alumni Trip to Japan: The Enigmatic Beauty of Japanese Craft

Spring 2020 Japan alumni tour postponed due to concerns over COVID-19.
Plans of Concentration in the Rice-Aron Library.

Marlboro Archives Find a Home at UVM

Valuable collection includes all print Plans of Concentration and other records of the college’s legacy.
Marlboro students present posters at the ESS conference.

Marlboro Students Present at ESS Meeting

Four students join Jennifer Girouard, sociology professor, at the annual conference of the Eastern Sociological Society in Philadelphia.

Community Update on COVID-19

President Kevin briefs the community on where things stand at the end of Spring Break.
COVID-19

Marlboro Responds to Coronavirus Outbreak

The college is monitoring guidance from CDC and other agencies on response to COVID-19.
Wolf Kahn

Marlboro College Remembers Wolf Kahn

Longtime trustee and supporter of Marlboro College inspired artists and art-lovers with his vibrant Vermont landscapes.

Alumni Association Resuscitation - Join us!

After a long hiatus, the Marlboro College Alumni Association is finally getting a reboot thanks to renewed passion from our alumni community and a core of committed, amazing alums who have taken on the hard work of grassroots organizing. But they need you.
Photo by Jon Gitelson

26 Alumni Contribute to Photo Slide Show Celebrating John Willis

By Erik Olson ’94
Raghavendra Rathore ’91 interacts with students at Gurukul School of Design.

Raghavendra Rathore ’91 Launches Gurukul School of Design

New institute provides aspiring design professionals with a world class education.
Geoffry Brown plays Beatty Balestier in “The Trouble with Kipling.”

Geoffry Brown Puts Monologue Series Online

“Quintessential Americans” available free of charge for download and use by history and drama students.
Allison Turner

Allison Turner Receives Roots Award

Lab and field tech teacher and alumna recognized for outstanding service and commitment to the college.

Community Update on COVID-19

Latest college response to the coronavirus pandemic, March 16
President Kevin discusses the college response to COVID-19 outbreak.

Letter to Students Regarding Updated COVID-19 Plans

President Kevin Quigley announces that classes will move to remote instruction after Spring Break.

Letter to Families Regarding COVID-19

Patrick Connelly, dean of students, outlines the college’s plans and procedures for the weeks ahead.
Sally Pinkas and Paul Cohen perform in Ragle Hall.

LED Bulbs on Campus Stand to Save Electricity and Money

Preliminary data from project in Ragle Hall suggests significant results.

Asst. Dean of Career Education Responds to Offers of Alumni Help

By Kate Trzaskos, Assistant Dean of Career Education
A basket by alumna Judy Dow MAT’19.

Community Members Acknowledge Abenaki Homeland

The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force calls on the college community to observe Vermont’s first official Indigenous People’s Day.

A 360-degree image of Dalrymple is part of Mark Roessler’s panoramble of campus.

Panoramble Offers Virtual Tour of Campus

Mark Roessler ’90 gives virtual visitors a 360-degree perspective.
Rice-Aron Library

The balcony is now open!

Students line up for their procession into Commencement 2109.

Marlboro Graduates Class of 2019

On a rainy, even snowy, May 12, the Marlboro College community was pleased to celebrate the college’s latest graduates.
Evan Lorenzen ’13 tattoo artist entrepreneur.

Alumni Profile: Evan Lorenzen, Creation Continued

When Evan Lorenzen ’13 graduated from Marlboro with a Plan in visual arts, the sky seemed to be the limit for his creative endeavors.

The dining hall at Marlboro College is a popular place for students and faculty to meet and discuss topics of mutual interest.

Marlboro College Recommended for Value by Princeton Review

Marlboro gets high marks for academic freedom and community values in The Best Value Colleges: 200 Schools with Exceptional ROI for Your Tuition Investment.
Writing and literature professor Rituparna Mitra discusses a book with a class.

Marlboro Cuts Tuition by a Third

Reduced sticker price will remove barriers, provide clarity for students who would thrive at Marlboro.

Felix Jarrar ’16 Talks to Broadway World

Composer and pianist Felix Jarrar ’16 gives an exclusive interview to BWW about his recent works.

Marlboro.edu Email & Google Drive Accounts

A summary of important information regarding what’s going to happen with Marlboro College email and Google accounts after the merger with Emerson College.

COVID-19 Update: Resources for Students

A list of helpful resources for students negatively affected by the pandemic.

Letter to the Community Regarding COVID-19

Communication from President Kevin Quigley details college procedures and planning in response to the global pandemic.

The balcony is closed for the season.

It’s cold!
Emmanuel Miller

Student Profile: Emmanuel Miller

If you’re interested, that will grow
Alumni gather for dinner on Home Days weekend 2019.

Alumni Revel in Home Days

Attendees came from as far away as Texas and California, and spanned over 50 graduation years from 1968 to 2019
Cover of a new admissions brochure.

Endeavor Foundation Grant Boosts Website, Admissions Materials

New materials communicate Marlboro’s relevance and value to core audiences.
Biology professor Jenny Ramstetter charges up at the new EV charging station on campus.

EV Charging Station Boosts College’s Sustainability Profile

Station is part of a statewide network of publicly-available charging stations that drivers can locate through an app.
Charlie Hickman speaks at Town Meeting.

Student Profile: Charlie Hickman

Caring about community

Marlboro College and the University of Bridgeport end merger discussions

Marlboro College announces it will pursue partnership options with other colleges.

Artifacts from Our Fluxus Divorce, an performance piece by Nye Ffarrabas and then husband Geoffrey Hendricks.

Vermont Arts Endowment Fund To Support Ffarrabas Exhibit

Experimental artist Nye Ffarrabas, formerly Bici Hendricks, to exhibit work in Drury Gallery in Fall 2020.

Marlboro Ranked #12 for Social Mobility by U.S. News & World Report

College recognized for successfully enrolling and graduating large proportions of Pell Grant students.
Paul Nelsen

Marlboro Remembers Paul Nelsen

The professor emeritus sustained an ambitious theater program for 35 years.
A detail of the ceramics work of Henry Robinson ’19 as presented in his Plan show titled “Post Cute.”

2017 Graduates Added to Virtual Plan Room

Fifteen members of the class of 2019 recently had excerpts of their Plan of Concentration added to the online resource for prospective students to explore Plans.