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Mary Baldwin College will host a public lecture by visiting novelist Angie Cruz at 7 p.m. on Nov. 5 in Francis Auditorium, in the Jesse C. Pearce Science Building.
Photographs will provide a peek at Augusta County’s past on Sunday, November 2, at a special presentation by the Augusta County Historical Society.
Mary Baldwin College, the Staunton Creative Community Fund and Valley Conservation Council are joining forces to co-host Staunton’s Food Day Festivities on Thursday from 4-7 pm at Mary Baldwin’s Hunt Dining Hall.
Events at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Va.
Mary Baldwin College opens its 2014-2015 theatre season with the musical Quilters by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek.
Events on the calendar at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton for the period Sept. 17-Oct. 1.
Turning Glass Shakespeare, the 2014–15 Master of Fine Arts (MFA) company of Mary Baldwin College’s Shakespeare and Performance graduate program, in association with the American Shakespeare Center, announces its upcoming season.
Highlighting the achievements of the past year and providing a glimpse into the future, Mary Baldwin College President Pamela Fox officially opened the 2014-15 academic year August 27 with the annual State of the College Address.
Mary Baldwin College is adopting a “one college” model for its education programs, streamlining financial resources, faculty, staff, and curriculum development among one of its most popular disciplines and positioning the program for future growth.
All summer long, a team of distinguished Shakespeare experts from Shakespeare’s Birthplace are travelling the United States, engaging in lively conversations about and researching the fascinating relationship between the U.S. and William Shakespeare.
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the month of July, is exhibiting the works of SVAC member artists, in an exhibition judged by Jim Sconyers, Jr., Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History, Mary Baldwin College.
Mary Baldwin College has hired a new vice president for enrollment management to oversee admissions. Lois Hicks Williams, who comes to MBC from Catawba College in North Carolina, will begin her new role on the MBC campus in Staunton in early August.
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the month of June, is exhibiting the works of SVAC member artists, in an exhibition judged by Jim Sconyers, Jr., Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History, Mary Baldwin College.
Lucinda Marshall Segneri never seems to sit still, and she will be visiting her hometown to share five books that have been recently released (which encompass just three of her many interests).