Our school’s reputation is shaped by tuition, diversity, athletics, and other facts. But individual experiences with Malvern students may have the most impact.
Malvern will partake in special activities to celebrate National Women’s Day.
After a meaningful experience, I reflect on my experience at the Student Diversity Leadership Conference.
Many questions surround the diversity policy of Malvern, which aims to make Malvern a more diverse and inclusive community.
Students talk race, religion, gender, and class in one loaded courtroom drama – Defamation. Defamation, a courtroom drama that explores themes of race, religion, gender, and class, came to Malvern on Monday, November 2. In a coalition between the Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools (ADVIS) and the Multicultural Resource …
A new partnership may lead to a more global student body.
I attended the Strategic Planning Retreat on Monday, October 12 as a reporter, but soon found myself as an active participant. From its onset, I knew this meeting was a unique opportunity for student input. I was able to formulate my own thoughts of what Malvern should look like in …
Equal Opportunity Policy It has been and will continue to be the policy of Malvern Preparatory School to be fair and impartial in all of its relations with its employees and applicants for employment and to make all employment related decisions without discrimination based on race, religion, color, national origin, …
In the fall of 2013, the Board of Trustees unveiled a new plan to increase diversity, including a rarity - a quantitative goal. The school wishes to increase the diversity from 6.6% at the time it was rolled out to a schoolwide 20% by 2019.
This November, the Malvern Theatre Society will be performing The Laramie Project, the story of the circumstances surrounding Matthew Shepard's murder in Laramie, Wyoming.
How realistic is the Diversity Initiative when 90% of the student body reports hearing derogatory comments about racial backgrounds? An expert from the University of Pennsylvania weighs in. Malvern wishes to increase its diversity from 7.5 percent to 20 percent by 2019. I wonder how many of our readers knew …