Cupola Now August 23, 2012

  Brenda Bryant > College Reflects on Bryant’s Legacy
The MBC community gathered on what would have been Brenda Bryant’s 67th birthday to celebrate the life of the longtime administrator. She had passed away the day before, after a courageous fight with breast cancer.


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All Atwitter
With a its just-launched Twitter account, the Office of First-Year Experience is finding new ways to connect with new students.

In Other News …

MBC News

MBC Mourns Loss of Professor Emerita, Historian, Civic Leader

Community Remembers Virginia Munce Louisell

Alumna's Gift Results in Major Campus Spruce-Up

MBC Expands Reach in Asia with Taiwanese University

Vice President of Health Sciences Named

Valley Native to Lead New PT Program

Daily Announcements

  VWIL summer break > Cadets Reach End of Summer ‘Break’
It’s not just the regular chorus of "yes ma’ams" and eye-catching uniforms that set Virginia Women’s Institute for Leadership cadets apart from their classmates. Summer plans often include activities that push physical and emotional boundaries.

  Heifetz > City Thanks Fox, Layman for Heifetz Contributions
Staunton’s mayor has issued a proclamation in honor of MBC President Pamela Fox and her husband, Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement Dan Layman, for their personal efforts to make the summer music program a success.

  Princeton Review > Best in the Southeast
The Princeton Review has again named Mary Baldwin College among its top colleges in the southeastern United States.

MBC in the News
  WHSV > Local Mascot Makes a National List
Director of Athletics Sharon Spalding said Gladys represents how to be a team player.

  WHSV > New Health Sciences College May Help Doctor Shortage
Mary Baldwin College hopes to help the problem in the Valley by opening its new college for health sciences.


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Mary Baldwin Takes Part in Virginia Private College Week
Baldwin is well known for its "program for the exceptionally gifted" and can boast the nation’s only all-female corps of cadets. Now it has also broken ground on the $20 million College of Health Sciences.

  ABC > Local eighth grader skipping high school and going straight to college
Madison Sparks has her sights set on becoming a museum curator or a journalist. And for her family, sending their 14-year-old to another state is nerve-racking, but they are positive about it too.

Featured Event

  Photo from Move IN 2011 > August 26–September 2
Welcome to MBC
The Office of Student Life has released a schedule of new-student orientation activities for the upcoming week, the majority of which are required for first-year and transfer students. To reflect the college-wide theme for 2012–13, the slogan for this year’s orientation is "Discover Your Place."

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

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