Cupola Now January 13, 2011
 
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   Service Projects, Memorial Reflect MLK spirit > Service Projects, Memorial Reflect MLK Spirit
For Mary Baldwin College and ambitious community members, January 17 will be "a day on, not a day off" in memory of American civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
 
  Professor's Views on 'Virgin Queen' to Air this Month > Professor's Views on 'Virgin Queen' to Air this Month
Mary Baldwin's own Mary Hill Cole will be among the historians examining and discussing the personal life of Queen Elizabeth I at 9 p.m. on January 25 when the National Geographic Channel broadcasts "Secrets of the Virgin Queen."
 
  College to Test Emergency Communication System > College to Test Emergency Communication System
Mary Baldwin College will conduct a regularly scheduled test of the college's emergency communication system at 1:15 p.m. January 20, which will include activating a siren on campus.
 
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  News Leader > Mentally ill rarely get guns in Va.
"We're probably more of risk to them than they are to us," said Andreas Anastasiou, a psychology professor at Mary Baldwin College who teaches abnormal psychology.
 
  News Leader > Can women lead? Ma'am, yes MA'AM!
When Brig. Gen. Michael Bissell left the Virginia Military Institute for Mary Baldwin College's brand-new all-female cadet corps in 1995 as the commandant, he was often asked: "Can women lead?" It's a question he still gets asked. His answer: "Yes. And they lead damn well."
 
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  Kwanzaa > January 22
Kwanzaa

Members of the MBC community and the public are invited to the annual celebration of African-American heritage and culture at 7 p.m. January 22 in Hunt Dining Hall.
     

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