Cupola Now March 14, 2013

  Hunt Hill > College Examines Developments in Higher Education
More than 70 faculty, staff, and administrators are volunteering their time to discuss how Mary Baldwin College should respond to the changing landscape of higher education to ensure that the institution thrives in the 21st century.


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Daily Announcements

  Inka Essenhigh > Discover the Operatic Works of Inka Essenhigh
The New York-based painter will speak at MBC on Monday evening as this year's Firestone Lecturer in Contemporary Art.

  Honor Roll > Honor Roll Celebrates MBC Service
Student work on a community mural and their help preparing taxes for low-income residents earned MBC another spot on the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

  Cadets > Cadets Score Another First
Two VWIL cadets have earned the coveted Badge for Military Proficiency awarded by the Bundeswehr, the armed forces of the Federal Republic of Germany.

  As You Like It > Roving Shakespeare Launches Final Production of the Season
As You Like It, which debuts March 17 at the Blackfriars Playhouse, is the fifth production of the season for this unique graduate company.

MBC in the News
  WMRA > Kennedy to Appear on The Spark
Professor of English Sarah Kennedy talks with host Martha Woodruff about the debut of her first novel, The Altarpiece, on WMRA's The Spark, airing noon and 4 p.m. tomorrow and 3 p.m. Saturday.

Featured Event
  Peter Wilson
> March 17
Sunday Recital Series
White House Violinist and Conductor of the Waynesboro Symphony Orchestra Peter Wilson joins Associate Professor of Music Lise Keiter on piano to perform the works of Beethoven's "Spring" sonata, the C Minor sonata of Edvard Grieg, Suite From Much Ado About Nothing by Erich Korngold, and Fritz Kreisler's Tempo di Minuetto. 3 p.m., Francis Auditorium. Individual tickets are available at the door: $4 for seniors and non-MBC students (MBC students are free), $5 adults. For more information call 540-887-7294.

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