It’s all about MBC, our students, and our alumnae/i on Baldwin Blogs. Here are just a few blogs that the college likes to follow. Share yours with MBC with a link and brief description.
All About MBC
Grafton Library: http://msglibrary.blogspot.com/
News, updates, and info from the Martha S. Grafton Library
Spencer Center Study Abroad blog: http://studyabroadmbc.posterous.com/
Written by MBC students studying around the world.
Mary Baldwin College Softball: marybaldwinsoftball.blogspot.com
Written by MBC Head Softball Coach Christy Shelton, this blog is a way fans can learn more about the team, see what they're doing, and get a "behind the scenes" look.
Mary Baldwin College Tennis: marybaldwintennis.blogspot.com
Written by MBC Head Tennis Coach Paul Yee, this blog lets the fans know what's going on with our tennis playing Fighting Squirrels.
Operation Hunger Reversal: mbcservice.wordpress.com
Students from Mary Baldwin College address food security in our community.
Squirrel Fitness: marybaldwinsquirrelfitness.blogspot.com
MBC Athletic Trainer Charlie Angersbach gives students tips about how to stay healthy, what different activities they can do, and ways they can prevent injury.
Square Pegs Round Hole: http://squarepegsroundhole.wordpress.com/
Dr. Stephanie Ferguson, executive director of early college, talks about finding fit… in education…in career…in family…in life!
Nora Manca, Shakespeare graduate student: http://www.storefrontshakespeare.org/noras-blog.html
Sara Ryan ’12: http://stardreamer90.blogspot.com/
Carleigh Young ’16: http://carlsisonline.blogspot.com/
Casey Brent ’02 and Lindsey Lieberman ’04: Ham Hocks and Latke Drops
Follow a friendly foodie rivalry between these two creative alums.
Colleen Carrigan '89: Comps and Croissants
About her split life of being a both a chocolatier and a journal editor, and the trials and tribulations of both.
Aviva Dove-Viebahn ’01: Fourth Wave Feminism
Fourth Wave Feminism is a collaborative blog exploring feminism in the 21st century and grappling with the continued gender inequity in America and the world.
Martha Gates-Mawson ’78: Ailleas Designs
The musings of a jewelry designer.
Ruth Graham ’00: http://ruthgraham.wordpress.com/
Travel with Ruth through her life as a spiritual mother, grandmother, woman.
Genie Gratto ’94: The Inadvertent Gardener
“Let’s just say this: apparently, it’s amazing what I’ll do for a good tomato.”
Hannah Guarendi ’09: http://www.armystrongstories.com/blogger/hannah-guarendi/
A blog about Hannah’s life in the Army
Tamara Zaccaria Hickey ’01: Watching Grass
“We are big people in a tiny family living in a big house in a tiny town. We have big ideas but a tiny income which we make up for with big hearts and tiny things that make us happy. This is my tiny blog, and I will tell you about the tiny (and big) things that happen to us on a daily basis.”
Kathy Lien ’98: http://www.kathylien.com/site/
Foreign exchange currency expert
Anita Rose ’10: Sick Malls
A blog about the history of retail
Emmy Smith ’10: High-Maintenance Hippie
Weight loss and becoming a vegetarian
Ash White ’05: Portable Pensieve
Little writing exercises about living in Staunton, being a teacher, thoughts on faith, etc.