Cupola Now February 14, 2013

  Students on campus > Tuition Increase Lowest in Years
Trustees have passed the lowest tuition rate increase for the Residential College for Women in more than a decade, indicating a desire to keep the cost of a Mary Baldwin education within the grasp of working families.


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  Ever Ahead > Civil War-Era Family History Sparks Gift to MBC
John Bowles and wife Ann have established a scholarship fund in honor of his great-great-grand uncle, Joseph A. Waddell, for high-achieving students in math or science.

  Girl Scout > Students Help Scouts Explore the World of Science
"It is great to see girls at such a young age participating in science," said chemistry major Brittany Shaw '13. "This is just a small piece of a big puzzle to prepare them for their future."

  C Span > C-SPAN Bus to Stop at MBC
Public affairs broadcaster C-SPAN will bring its mobile learning center to the Student Activities Center parking lot from noon to 1:30 p.m. February 20 in conjunction with the launch of its new original series about first ladies.

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

MBC in the News
  NBC 29 > Random Acts of Kindness
"When a person is brought up seeing acts of kindness ... and seeing the pleasure it gives both parties, they're more likely to do that," says MBC Associate Professor of Psychology Louise Freeman, who is featured in this story on the pay-it-forward phenomenon.

Featured Event
  Pacifica Quartet
> February 25
Carl Broman Concert: Pacifica Quartet
Don't miss the exciting return of this extraordinary, Grammy-Award-winning quartet, playing works of Haydn, Shostakovich, and Ravel. 8 p.m., Francis Auditorium. Tickets available at the door: $25 adults, $20 seniors, $5 students. For more information, read the news release or call 540-887-7294.

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