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Student-created clubs provide a place where students can unite around a common cause or interest, ranging from arts and culture to sports, STEM, and gaming.
Student-created clubs provide a place where students can unite around a common cause or interest, both on and off-campus. Each year, the fall Club Fair offers a chance for all club leaders to present themselves to the community so that each student can explore the possibilities and sign up for groups that interest them.
"The clubs are student-run and demonstrate how our students excel outside of the classroom," says Community Partnership Program Head Javier Espinoza. "Through Club Fair, you see first hand the seemingly infinite range of interests and skills among Marlborough students."
Clubs cover a wide breadth of interests, from arts and culture to sports, STEM, and gaming. Many clubs have social justice-based missions, including clubs like School on Wheels, Model United Nations, Girls 4 Change, and Heal the Bay.
Affinity groups and cultural appreciation groups were also well represented at Club Fair and this year introduced the newest group, MIX (Multiracial Identity Exchange).
"Our club strives to create a safe space for everyone to have the opportunity to better understand their own identities and the identities of others through discussions, stories and experiences," says Lucy R. '21, co-president of MIX.