Cupola Now February 10, 2011
 
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   Study Abroad > Students Traveling Abroad Share Their Stories Close to Home
One of the biggest challenges for students studying abroad is relaying their experiences to family and friends back home. Fortunately for Mary Baldwin students studying abroad this semester, the Spencer Center for Civic and Global Engagement has the perfect solution. A blog.
 
  RecycleMania > Recyclemania Redux
Each week through April 2, volunteers will be weighing the amount of garbage the Mary Baldwin campus generates as well as amount of waste that will be recycled for this annual competition among colleges and universities.
 
  Smyth Business Lecture > Rethinking Business in a High-Tech World
Although advances in communication bring progress, the world of business finds itself struggling with a few resulting challenges — ones that Patricia Breman addressed at Mary Baldwin College Monday night during the 2010–11 Smyth Business Lecture, Power Tools for a VUCA World.
 
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  News Leader > When men were men - and women were, too: Mary Baldwin student staging traditional, all-male Romeo and Juliet
Shannon Schultz wants others to see the play with new eyes, so she decided to direct the play as part of the course work toward her Master's of Fine Arts degree.
       
  News Virginian > Harrisonburg gathering supports Egyptians
A group of about 30 people met Friday evening at Court Square in Harrisonburg to provide local support for those protesting for the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Nourhan El Koptan and Hawa Omar, from Mary Baldwin College, also came to bolster the Egyptian spirit.
       
  NBC 29 > Jewish Film Fest in Staunton
Audiences in Staunton are screening five films made in and around Israel. The 4th annual Staunton Jewish Film Festival is located inside the Francis Auditorium at Mary Baldwin College.
 
  Featured Event
       
  Hedda Gabler > February 16–20
Hedda Gabler

Professor Emeritus Frank Southerington directs and Theatre Professor Terry Southerington '72 produces Henrik Ibsen's classic study of a strong, individualistic woman voluntarily trapped in a passionless marriage. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday in the Fletcher Collins Theatre, Deming Fine Arts Center, 301 Deming Drive, Staunton. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students and senior citizens. For more information and to reserve tickets, call 540-887-7189.
     

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