Cupola Now September 13, 2012
  News

  Jeff Goldsmith > Prominent Health Industry Analyst to Lecture
With seven weeks remaining in the 2012 presidential campaign, one of the most critical topics affecting the electorate will be the focus at MBC on Tuesday.

 

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Daily Announcements

  Cross Country Team > XC Team: Goals and Spirits High
This year’s team is ready to handle tough conditions and courses. The top five scorers from last year have returned, including All-American Sophia Stone.

 
  Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences > Crews Preparing Construction Site
Work is well underway on the site of the future Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences in Fishersville. Crews are preparing for an official October groundbreaking.

 
  Class of 2016 > Goodbye Judy, Hello Jasmine
With a full week of classes already underway, the Registrar’s Office has released statistics that reveal a snapshot of the freshman class and the ever-changing face of the student body.

 
  Paul Deeble > Biologist Develops Program for Young Scientists
"The best way to truly learn something is to teach it," said Paul Deeble, who is working this fall to develop a grant proposal and identify funding sources to revive a program that once brought high-school students to campus.

 
 
MBC in the News
  WHSV > Crews are on Schedule for New College Construction
Mary Baldwin College is taking the first steps toward building the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences in Fishersville.

 
Featured Event
  Moser > September 24
Carl Broman Concert
The Music Department at Mary Baldwin College is getting into full swing, launching this season’s Carl Broman Concert Series with award-winning German pianist Benjamin Moser. His performance will feature the fiery Seventh Sonata of Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev, a set of beautiful and expressive preludes by Debussy, and the great Piano Sonata in B-flat Major of Franz Schubert. 8 p.m., September 24 in MBC’s Francis Auditorium in the Pearce Science Center, 227 East Frederick St. Individual tickets will be available at the door: $20 adults, $15 seniors, $5 non-MBC students, MBC students free. For more information, call 540-887-7294.
     

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