Cupola Now January 25, 2013
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  Thanks for TAG > College Contingent Lobbies for TAG
A group of MBC students will join undergrads from private colleges across the commonwealth in Richmond Monday to lobby in support of the Tuition Assistance Grant and to thank lawmakers who back it.

 

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  PBK > Phi Beta Kappa Lecture Highlights Environmental Justice
The talk will focus on environmental justice for women and infants and will examine how maternal responses to environmental policy affect potential exposure to hazardous substances.

 
 
MBC in the News
  News Leader
> Kwanzaa Celebration at MBC
"It is a way to welcome the African-American first-year students into the Mary Baldwin Community," said Andrea Scott-Cornett, associate vice president for Inclusive Excellence at MBC, and creator of the event.
  WHSV
> Dr. Martin Luther King March
Mary Baldwin College, along with the Staunton chapter of the NAACP, honored the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a candlelit march in downtown Staunton.
  NBC 29
> Mary Baldwin Celebrates Islam Awareness Week
Professor Nasreen Akhtar spoke to students at Mary Baldwin College Thursday night about Islam. She describes the religion's principals based on kindness, peace, love, tolerance, justice, and equality.
 
Featured Events
  King Lear
> January 28
King Lear
It's the fourth production of the season for unique graduate-level company, Roving Shakespeare, which combines students' diverse regional backgrounds and shared knowledge of early modern theatre to bring the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries to available audiences. 7:30 p.m., Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton. Tickets are "pay-as-you-like-it."
  Beth Cantrell
> February 3
Sunday Recital Series
Elizabeth Cantrell, cellist, and Lise Keiter, pianist, perform in this program of "musical larceny" in which each work is taken in some way from other music. Featuring the works of J. S. Bach, Dvorak, and Chopin. 3 p.m. Francis Auditorium. Individual tickets are available at the door. $4 for seniors and non-MBC students, MBC students are free, $5 others.
     

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