Cupola Now December 7, 2011
  News

  Gordon Smyth > Former College Trustee and Benefactor Dies
When MBC President Pamela Fox first met Gordon Smyth she immediately recognized that he was a key advisor and he remained so in the years to come.

 

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Cookie party

Season's Greetings President Pamela Fox opens the doors of her campus home to film a special holiday message with students. Take a look behind the scenes of the video shoot on MBC's Flickr page.

   Iditarod Sled with Dogs > Grad Receives Award, Grant for Iditarod Project
Mary Williams' project gives students a break from regular algebra studies and teaches them how to use free, web-based technology to capture their thoughts on the great Alaskan race.

 
  WHSV TV Logo > Local TV News Bureau Moving to Campus
Starting in early January, the Augusta County bureau of WHSV-TV3 will broadcast from the Mary Baldwin College campus, after signing a lease for space on the bottom floor of the Grafton Library.

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

 
   
  Featured Event

  Paper Angels Book Cover > December 14
Paper Angels: A Book Signing

Mary Baldwin's own Mail Services Coordinator Billy Coffey once again proves his talent as a teller of inspirational stories with the publishing of his second novel, Paper Angels. The MBC Bookstore is helping celebrate Coffey's success with a book signing at the Bookstore from 2 to 4 p.m. Hardcover versions of Paper Angels and Coffey's first book, Snow Day, will be available for purchase at a 30 percent discount to faculty and staff. Just in time for the holidays, the Bookstore will also double the normal faculty/staff discount (to 30 percent) on all MBC merchandise during the event.

     

Visit the college calendar for a full listing of MBC events.

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