Cupola Now November 8, 2012

  Native American Heritage Month > Campus Effort Seeks to Preserve Native-American Heritage
MBC's observation of Native-American Heritage Month kicks off at 7 p.m. tonight with a movie screening in Francis Auditorium.


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Daily Announcements

  TTEC > EBL Program Blazes the Trail
Students in the Environment-Based Learning program at MBC will soon have the opportunity to access the Appalachian Trail as an educational resource.

  MBC Live election > Election Transforms Campus, Students
The night was an unmitigated success, said Political Science Professor Laura van Assendelft. "Our students are incredible. It was the best part of my 19 years teaching here."

  Aurora Robson > Robson Delivers Doenges Lecture
A multimedia artist known predominantly for her transformative work "interrupting the waste stream," is on campus this week as the 2012 Elizabeth Kirkpatrick Doenges Scholar/Artist.

  Cupola > Faculty Achievements
The latest faculty accomplishments in the School of Social Sciences, Business, and Global Studies.

Featured Events
  Cross Country
> November 10
Regional Race
The MBC Cross Country team will travel to Atlanta this weekend to compete at the NCAA South/Southeast Regional Cross Country race on Emory University. Good luck, Squirrels!
  Hunger Awareness > November 11–16
Hunger Awareness Week
The Spencer Center for Civic and Global Engagement will host a series of events highlighting issues related to hunger, poverty, and food production and consumption. See the related Facebook page for more information.

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

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