Cupola Now December 6, 2012
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  FTX > FTX Gives Cadets Experience
One of the big events for any Army ROTC cadet in the Virginia Women's Institute for Leadership is the Field Training Exercise, held each semester.

 

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Sign of the Times
MBC is sending acceptance letters and soon-to-be Squirrels are sharing their excitement throughout the Twitterverse:

Hayleigh Saunders: GOT ACCEPTED TO MARY BALDWIN!! They also offered me a scholarship!!

Allison Tharp: JUST GOT ACCEPTED TO MARY BALDWIN WITH A $17,000 SCHOLARSHIP!!!!!!!!!!! YAYYYY I'M GOING TO COLLEGE Y'ALL.

PreTty_In_PINK: OMG I just got my acceptance to Mary Baldwin. That was my number one choice! Yesssssss


In Other News …

MBC News online

Grant Boosts Grad Program

McDermid to become Fed CIO

Stone Impresses at NCAAs

Fighting Squirrels Fight Hunger


Daily Announcements

  Roving Shakespeare > Shakespeare Going Double-Time
This month, Roving Shakespeare — the Mary Baldwin College master of fine arts company — continues its 2012–13 season with a double feature of The Tempest and The Sea Voyage.

 
  Big Dig > A Unexpected Big Dig
Crews from Moffett Paving & Excavating completed work Tuesday afternoon after a water main ruptured in front of Wenger Hall.

 
 
MBC in the News
 
  WHSV > Professorial Insight
Assistant Professor of Psychology Jenna Holt offered her insight during WHSV's December 3 report on a high-profile murder suicide. Click on the link and find the 11 at 11 p.m. broadcast. The story begins at the 6:09 mark.

 
 
Featured Event
 
  Christmas Cheer
> December 9
Christmas Cheer
The annual service is a celebration of the holiday season for the college and community, featuring Mary Baldwin College Choir, Baldwin Charm, Bella Voce, Anointed Voices of Praise, and Greater Things Dance Ministry. 3–4:15 p.m., First Presbyterian Church. Christmas Cheer Dinner follows at Lyda B. Hunt Dining Hall; first seating at 4:30 p.m. and second seating at 6 p.m. Reservations are required for the dinner, and tickets may be purchased at the dining hall. Free to MBC students; $9.50 for faculty, staff, commuter students, and guests; and free for children 12 years old and younger.
 
     

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