Cupola Now April 7, 2011
 
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  Lyda B. Hunt Dining Hall > Dining Hall, Students Gear Up for Sustainability
With less than one week to go until Mary Baldwin's Sustainable Meal Week, Dining Services is hearing positive feedback from the college community about their initiative to cut costs, offer healthier portions to students, and reduce waste.
 
   Punch Crawl > Reunion 2011: Heed the Call to the Punch Crawl
What do you get when you blend peach schnapps, amaretto, ginger ale, orange juice, and cranberry juice? The perfect excuse to mingle with friends during Mary Baldwin College Reunion Weekend.
       
  Bazaar > Reunion 2011: A 'Bazaar' Connection
The artistic works of a Mary Baldwin alumna and her former teacher will be among the original creations showcased at the inaugural Alumnae/i Bazaar from 1 to 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday when Hunt Dining Hall will be transformed into a boutique featuring the wares of at least 10 entrepreneurial alums.
       
  Reunion Awards > Reunion 2011: Awards Honor Service, Achievement
One of the most anticipated events during Reunion Weekend is the annual awards presentation. This year, the event will be held in a new venue, Francis Auditorium, where alumnae/i from all Reunion classes will gather to congratulate alumnae and student award recipients.
       
  Wellness Walk > Take a Step in the Right Direction with Wellness Walk
Mary Baldwin College continues its commitment to wellness for its students and the Staunton community by sponsoring the 6th Annual Wellness Walk and Health Fair from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, rain or shine.
   
  Featured Event
       
  Shiloh Rules > April 7–10
Theater Performance: Shiloh Rules

At Shiloh National Military Park, a dedicated Union nurse, an earnest Confederate refugee, and their two trainees compete for Best Female Re-enactor of the Year. With a judge egging them on (and selling them whatever she can) and an African-American park ranger trying to rein them in, the antique, the modern, the real, and the pretend all clash in this sometimes funny, sometimes touching battle for "authenticity." Directed by Clinton Johnston, the performance is showing at Fletcher Collins Theater in Deming Hall. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday shows begin at 7:30 p.m. and the Sunday matinee is at 2 p.m. 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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