Cupola Now January 20, 2011
   Islam Awareness Week Shows Student Leadership > Islam Awareness Week Shows Student Leadership
Part of a college education is learning more about the world around you — and sometimes that starts with just getting to know the people around you. In an effort to bring about more understanding on the Mary Baldwin campus, students have organized Islam Awareness Week, January 24–28.
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Take a two-minute break today to complete an important Cupola readership survey. Your responses will help shape Mary Baldwin's vital campus publication. Deadline is Feb. 8.
  Business Student, Campus Society Shine > Business Student, Campus Society Shine
It has been a little more than a year since Mary Baldwin established a chapter of business honor society Sigma Beta Delta, but the campus group is already making a name for itself at the national level.
  Student Awarded for Research on Japanese Youth > Student Awarded for Research on Japanese Youth
A paper by Katy Lea Todd '11 "Hikikomania: Existential Horror or National Malaise," was recognized as the best undergraduate Asian studies paper in the southeastern United States.
  Poster People Put a Face on Wellness > 'Poster People' Put a Face on Wellness
Dining Services at Mary Baldwin has taken its commitment to helping students establish and maintain healthy, balanced lifestyles a step further by creating the 2010–11 "Poster People" contest, designed to recognize the Boldly Baldwin students who exemplify wellness in all areas of everyday life.
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  WHSV > Staunton Honors King With Walk, Service
The vigil capped a full day of events at Mary Baldwin, celebrating King.
  News Leader > Students serve others through art
Tara Ingrahm was one of about 20 Mary Baldwin College students who helped paint a mural in the cafeteria at the Valley Mission in Staunton Monday. The project was part of MBC's third annual Martin Luther King Day of Service, said Robyn Stegman of the college's Spencer Center for Civic and Global Engagement.
  Featured Events
  Sunday Recital Series > January 30
Sunday Recital Series

MBC's first Sunday Recital of 2011 features pianist Emily Yap Chua, who will perform selected works by contemporary women composers. Tickets are $5 for adults and $4 for non-MBC students and senior citizens. For more information, call 540-887-7294.
3 p.m., Francis Auditorium
  24 Hour Paradise: Work by Andy Kozlowski > Through February 4
Art Exhibit: 24 Hour Paradise: Work by Andy Kozlowski

Original prints by Richmond-based artist on display in Hunt Gallery. Free and open to the public. For more information, call 540-887-7196.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, Hunt Gallery

Visit the college calendar for a full listing of MBC events.

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