Bridgewater College will hold a CROP Meal from 4:45 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, in the main dining hall in the Kline Campus Center.
BC faculty, staff and members of the local community purchase CROP Meals surrendered by BC students and enjoy “dinner
Dr. James Deutsch, curator and editor at the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, will speak on “Magic on the Mall: The Smithsonian Folklife Festival and Cultural Diversity” on Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in Cole Hall at
In June of 2013, a team of mountaineers from the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) attempted to make history by being the first African American team to climb Mt. McKinley (also known as Denali) in Alaska.
Team members will speak on
Bridgewater College has earned a Bronze rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) for its completion of a rigorous 20-month, in-depth study of several areas in sustainability – education, research,
The challenges of growing up black and female in apartheid South Africa have been the foundation of Nontombi Naomi Tutu’s life as an activist for human rights.
Tutu – the daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu – will speak on “Truth and Reconciliation:
Three Bridgewater College seniors who achieved superior academic standards and good campus citizenship have been selected as recipients of the John W. and Lurene M. Durna Endowed Scholarship, awarded to those who intend to pursue a career in law.
by Andrew Peters ’15
Taking Cole Hall by storm, author and musician James McBride rocked students with music, while promoting his new book, The Good Lord Bird, on Oct. 2.
In his newest book, McBride delves into the nonfiction story of “Little Onion,”
Bridgewater College invites alumni and friends of the college to celebrate Homecoming activities on Oct. 18 – 20 with the 2013 theme “Spread Your Wings, it’s Time to Fly!”
Alumni and community members are invited to celebrate with former classmates, cheer
Millions of people flocked to theaters to see the motion picture, The Blind Side, the story of a family who made the simple, yet powerful decision to do the right thing for a young man by adopting him into their family.
Collins Tuohy, a member of the
by Andrew Peters ’15
Chilean author and activist Marjorie Agosin challenged students to be the change that is important and healthy for society on Monday, Sept. 23, in Cole Hall.
“Change is very important in our society,” stated Agosin. “It is a
What difference does the weather make in our daily lives? All the difference in the world, says Dr. Bernard Mergen, author of Weather Matters: An American Cultural History Since 1900.
Mergen will speak on Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in Cole Hall at