Marlboro College to sponsor films during Gallery Walk
MARLBORO >> Marlboro College is sponsoring a screening of the film "Walk With Me: The Trials of Damon J. Keith" on Friday at 8 p.m. at the Brattleboro Museum and Arts Center. The film, by Marlboro alumnus Jesse Nesser '13, tells the story of a federal judge whose rulings profoundly influenced the advancement of civil rights in this country. The screening is free and open to the public.
Marlboro College will also be holding its annual fall open house on Saturday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Prospective students and their families are encouraged to visit the campus and see Marlboro up close and personal. Registration is free, and pre-registration is encouraged at marlboro.edu.
Marlboro College's Open House will include mini classes, an informational session moderated by the dean of admissions, lunch in the dining hall, tours of the campus, and a young alumni panel discussion. There will also be an activities tent featuring caramel apples, cider pressing, cheese tasting, and other seasonal activities to celebrate the Columbus Day weekend.
Open House, which is being held in conjunction with Family Day and Alumni Weekend, is sponsored by Michael DeLaurentis, Esq, in addition to Metz Culinary Management, Ingram Construction Corporation, the Richards Group, and Howard Printing.
With locations in the foothills of Vermont's Green Mountains and downtown Brattleboro, Marlboro College provides independent thinkers with exceptional opportunities to broaden their intellectual horizons, benefit from a small and close-knit learning community, create a strong framework for personal and career fulfillment, and make a positive difference in the world. At our undergraduate campus in the town of Marlboro and our Center for Graduate and Professional Studies in Brattleboro, students engage in deep exploration of their interests—and discover new avenues for using their skills to benefit themselves and others—in an atmosphere that emphasizes critical and creative thinking, independence, social justice, sustainability, and community.
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