Fall 2014 — Vol. 26 No. 2
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Just a few weeks ago, students, faulty, and staff celebrated Apple Day — one of the longest-running and most revered annual traditions at Mary Baldwin College. In the Boldly Baldwin cover story, you’ll find Apple Day reflections from generations of alumni, as well as evidence of how the event roots the college in history while encouraging the institution to evolve. Of course, apple recipes are central to the story, too. This issue also offers an update about the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences, a change of command in the Virginia Women’s Institute for Leadership, and news from around campus.
Inspired by the simple beauty of an apple, graphic designer Phoebe West illustrated a fruit imprinted with the Mary Baldwin College seal.
ON THE INSIDE
Apple Day defines and strengthens Mary Baldwin during rapid change in higher education.
Health Sciences Takes Shape
Structure, personnel, and curriculum are moving into place at the Fishersville site of Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences.
The alumni section of Boldly Baldwin
has been revamped, and classmate news is more timely on our new online forum, where you can share updates, post photos, and read about fellow alums.
BACKSTORY: THREADS OF HISTORY PROJECT
During May Term 2013, students joined MBC Artist-in-Residence Claudia Bernardi, Associate Professor of Art Marlena Hobson, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Film Allan Moyé, and Associate Professor of History Amy Tillerson-Brown in creating murals and a documentary film about Staunton’s era of integration based on interviews with alumni of Booker T. Washington High School.
Coverage from Staunton’s The News Leader