Cupola Now September 6, 2012
  News

  Permeable Borders > Artist to Share Expansion of ‘Permeable Borders’ Artwork
Next week, Claudia Bernardi returns to campus to transport her audience to the dynamic sites of her most recent community murals.

 

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Grafton Library’s YouTube channel has quick video tutorials — most less than three minutes — on the basics of research and using Grafton’s resources.

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Daily Announcements

  Campus Work > Major Infrastructure Project Draws to a Close
"We’re just really, really proud of everything we were able to get done," said Facilities Director Brent Douglass. "It’s remarkable, actually, that we were able to accomplish what we did and have such a successful summer."

 
  Psych interns > Summer Internships Prep Students for Success
Internships are critical tools in helping college students gain valuable insight into potential careers. Myriell Tyler and Sophia Stone share their summer internship stories.

 
 
MBC in the News
 
  News Leader > Mary Baldwin College’s all-female cadet corps takes oath
It was an important day for VWIL inductees. Known as nULLs, the first-year cadets officially joined the corps after a grueling first few days, known as cadre week.

 
  News Virginian > MBC employees to get $500 bonus
The board of trustees decided that $150,000 of the surplus will be returned to about 275 eligible employees in the form of a one-time bonus of $500 in September.

 
  WHSV > Leaders of Cadet Program Want to See Expansion
Right now the Women’s Institute has about 150 cadets, but they are looking to nearly double that number in the coming years.

 
Featured Event

  Jeff Goldsmith > September 18
Carpenter Lecture in Health Care Administration
Dr. Jeff Goldsmith, president of Health Futures, Inc. and nationally recognized as one of the top health policy analysts in the United States, will deliver the talk, "Beyond Health Reform: A Forecast in Plain English." This address is free and open to the public. 7 p.m., Francis Auditorium in Pearce Science Center, 227 East Frederick St.
     

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