Cupola Now November 17, 2011
  News

  Sophia Stone > Cross Country Star Heads to NCAA Championship after Regional Victory
Sophomore Sophia Stone will compete this Saturday against 280 elite runners from all over the country in the NCAA National Championship in Winneconne, Wisconsin.

 

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Jr Dads

Throwback Thursday on MBC’s Facebook page paid homage to one of the college’s most beloved traditions, Junior Dads & Family Weekend, with a picture from the 1981 Bluestocking. On Saturday and Sunday, students will once again celebrate the annual rite of passage with a class ring presentation and formal dance.

facebook Kelley Rexroad: Loved Jr Dad’s Day. … It was a busy time of year for my dad but he still came. Meant so much to me.
facebook Dana Campbell Kingrey: Even after 25 years, I wear my ring EVERY DAY!! It is such a part of who I am.
facebook Kelly Garcia Confer: This was a highlight of [my] time at MBC. Brings a great memory of my father just being a dad. -- Class of 1984.
   Liz Shupe > Energetic Alumna Serves MBC in New Role
"The foundation in the liberal arts that I found at MBC prepared me to be flexible and to adapt. This is my latest version of adaptation," said Elizabeth "Liz" Jennings Shupe ’70, who has been appointed Director of Alumnae/i and Parent Relations.

 
  Ken Keller > New Library Fund to Honor Professor Emeritus
Former students and colleagues hope to celebrate Ken Keller’s 30 years of dedicated service to the college by creating a book fund for Grafton Library in his name.

 
  Save student aid > Preserving Student Financial Aid: An Open Letter to the MBC Community
As Congress considers possible cuts to higher education and Virginia’s governor drafts a budget for the next two years, Mary Baldwin’s Vice President for Public Relations Crista Cabe explains how the college community can help preserve financial aid for students.

 
  Cupola > Scholarly Achievements
The latest faculty accomplishments in the School of Education, Health, and Social Work.
 
 
MBC in the News

  News Leader > MBC professor, student attend conference about Harry Potter
While making a connection with students is invaluable, Louise Freeman, a psychology professor at Mary Baldwin College, has also recently found another academic reason to discuss her love of Harry Potter: a symposium for all things Potter.
   
  Featured Event

  VWIL in the Lexington Christmas Parade > November 28
Staunton Christmas Parade

After Thanksgiving Break, jump right into the Christmas season and support the Virginia Women's Institute for Leadership as the cadets march in the annual Staunton Christmas Parade at 7 p.m. in downtown Staunton.

     

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

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