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September 30, 2010
 
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   Rev. Orozu >
MBC Brings Sudanese Peacemaker to Staunton
During his visit October 5–8, the Rev. Orozu Lokine Daky, regional coordinator of the Serving and Learning Together Development Agency and ordained pastor in the Presbyterian Church of Sudan, will tour both the campus and Staunton, speak with students, and visit local churches ... [full story]
        
   Apple Day T Shirt >
Apples are a Girl's — er — Squirrel's Best Friend
Traditions old and new highlight this year's Apple Day festivities. Members of the MBC community can start the morning by heading to Woodbine Farm Market in Strasburg to glean as many fallen apples as possible, enjoy a traditional apple-laden brunch in Hunt Dining Hall, and finally unwind ... [full story]
       
  Gormley >
2014 Legacy Blazes Trail of Her Own
Katherine Gormley '14 may be the 18th member of her family to attend Mary Baldwin College — including her mother and grandmother — but she wants to leave a unique mark at the college. An aspiring Army nurse, it was the Virginia Women's Institute for Leadership (VWIL), the people she met, and campus life that drew Gormley to MBC. Strong family connections are a definite benefit for this ambitious first-year student ... [full story]
        
 
MBC In the News
  News Leader >
Whodunit musical takes stage at Mary Baldwin
Mary Baldwin College's theatre department opens its 2010–2011 season with a genre-bending spoof, a musical, farcical murder-mystery inspired by Agatha Christie's popular play, "And Then There Were None."... [article]
       
  News Leader >
MBC student presents long-lost play at Blackfriars
It was a big night for budding dramaturg Rachel Kohler, who buzzed around backstage at Staunton's Blackfriars Playhouse on Monday, making sure the actors had their costumes, guitars and crowns ... [article]
       
  News Leader >
Mary Baldwin College serves up local flavor
This year, 40 percent of the meat served in the cafeteria will come from Sunshine Farm in Stuarts Draft, where the animals are raised in fields instead of confined feeding operations ... [article]
       
      
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