Cupola Now December 13, 2012
  News

  Pearce > Foundation Gives $2 Million for Pearce Renovation
The most recent contribution from the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation will propel additional fundraising for the science center's multi-million-dollar renovation.

 

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Eye Spy a Winner
Student Jenna Ritchie took time out of studying for exams this week to pick up her prize from winning the monthly MBC Eye Spy. "Like" Mary Baldwin College on  Facebook for your chance to win.

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Daily Announcements

  SACS logo > New Level of Accreditation Paves Way for Grad Programs
A vote by he Southern Association of Colleges and Schools helps MBC become a Level Five institution and facilitates the establishment of doctoral programs.

 
  Christmas Cheer > Ringing in the Holidays
The college community ushered in the holiday season with the musical observance Christmas Cheer and the Latin American celebration Las Posadas.

 
  Bratschi > Alum Leads ROTC Trip to Togo
Eva Bratschi '03 led ROTC cadets from various American universities in the summer Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency program.

 
 
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  Holiday Squirrel
> December 15–January 6
Holiday Break
After exams wrap up this week, students will enjoy a break until January 7 with the start of spring semester. The Cupola Now will be taking a break until the New Year as well. Happy Holidays, Squirrels!
 
     

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