Potash Hill

Home Days Enliven Hill

In October, more than 150 alumni and family members attended Marlboro College Alumni Home Days 2018, from all over the country. It was a fabulous weekend of lively social events, educational programs, yummy meals, and all things Marlboro. Highlights include the college’s first ever “Kevin Quigley Unplugged” session; a celebration of life for beloved biology professor Bob Engel; a poetry workshop with Cate Marvin Dupont ’92; a stimulating alumni panel featuring Alexia Boggs ’13, Sean Pyles ’13, Gretchen Chapman ’14, and Morgan Ingalls ’10; a mug painting workshop led by ceramic artist Diane Echlin ’91 which resulted in a donating of many mugs to the Dining Hall; and, of course, the first ever “street broomball” challenge.

Photos on left page above, clockwise from top> Jennifer Ballute ’98 and American studies professor Kate Ratcliff put their heads together; Minno Zelkin ’22 and Dylan Muller, assistant director of residence life and community, press Marlbolicious cider; President Kevin discusses broomball strategy with Bruce Balmer ’72; Channing Bickford ’08, Hannah Kozik ’08, Braden Godwin ’08, and Adam Keller ’10 share the love.