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“Three Tall Women” at MBC

Mary Baldwin College Theatre presents Edward Albee’s thought-provoking, Pulitzer Prize winning play Three Tall Women. Professor Janna Segal’s direction brings to life Albee’s profound, theatrically-compelling portraits of three women at three different stages of life. In the play, the ninety-one (or is it ninety-two?) year-old A (played by Riley Steiner) sits with her caretaker, B […]

Lights Shine at MLK March

Olivia Samerdyke, Editor-in-Chief Thirteen years ago, a gentleman came to my second-grade class to talk to us about Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  Beginning his lecture, he told us that we could all pick out a sticker, but that he had the wrong pair of glasses on, so to be patient with him.  If someone […]

Numbers Resolve New Year’s

Olivia Samerdyke, Editor-in-Chief More people actually achieve their New Year’s resolutions than the average person thinks.  I was as shocked to hear that claim as anyone—but my mother, aunt, and I heard it on NPR, so it had better be true. And according to the story, around 40-46% of the country actually succeeds when they […]