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Lacey Johnson to Give Piano Recital Jan. 12

Bridgewater College adjunct instructor of music Lacey Johnson will present a piano recital on Sunday, Jan. 12, at 7:30 p.m., in the Carter Center for Worship and Music at Bridgewater College.

Johnson will perform French Suite No. 5 in G Major, BWV 816 by

What IS “The Big Question?”

By Kathleen Herring

In the fall of 2012, Bridgewater College debuted the Academic Citizenship Quality Enhancement Program, an initiative designed to increase and improve student conversations about a variety of academic and social issues. The program

Scholarship Honors Dr. David Metzler

Scholarship Honors Dr. David Metzler

By Karen Doss Bowman

During his lifetime, Dr. David Metzler was passionate about service, education and mission work. Now, a scholarship established in his honor at Bridgewater College brings together those interests, helping young adults complete their

Harrisonburg/Rockingham County Art Teachers to Exhibit Work at BC

Harrisonburg/Rockingham County Art Teachers to Exhibit Work at BC

Elementary and secondary art teachers from Harrisonburg and Rockingham County public schools will exhibit “Artists Who Teach Art” Jan. 2 – Feb. 5 in the Cleo Driver Miller Art Gallery at Bridgewater College.

An artists’ reception will be held from 5 to 7

Bridgewater College Releases Updated Speakers Bureau Listing

Why have vaccines become controversial in popular culture and what does the science say? What training and tactics are used in bicycle road-racing? How can I be an informed consumer when it comes to the items in my medicine cabinet?

These are just a few of

BC Announces Arts and Events for Spring 2014

From lectures by featured speakers to music performances and theater productions, Bridgewater College offers a wide range of arts and events for the community to enjoy during the 2014 spring semester.

International, national and local guests will serve as

Pancake Night: A Beloved Tradition Continues

 Pancake Night: A Beloved Tradition Continues

by Andrew Peters ’15

Amid the stress of exams, one time of fun and good food is always cherished by students at Bridgewater College. The tradition of late night pancakes in the dining hall, served by professors, staff and BC president Dr. David Bushman,

What Should Change? Addressing the 2013-14 Big Question

by Andrew Peters ’15

BC students took center stage, speaking out about what should change, at the 2nd annual Big Question Speaking Competition on Dec. 5 in Cole Hall.

“[This competition] gives you [as students] and us [as faculty] the opportunity to share

Holiday Cheer at the Winter Wonderland Café

by Andrew Peters ’15

Holiday cheer filled Cole Hall on Dec. 4 as BC students showed their talents during the third annual Winter Wonderland Café presented by the Mass Communications Organization (MCO).

Started three years ago, with the return of MCO to the

BC Professor Reflects on Mandela’s Legacy

Following the death of legendary South African leader Nelson Mandela, Dr. Jamie Frueh, associate professor of history and political science at Bridgewater College, spoke about Mandela’s inspiring leadership in his country’s transition out of apartheid.

Frueh

JFK Assassination Scholar Jack Gordon Explains His Views to BC Students

by Andrew Peters ’15

JFK assassination scholar, Dr. John “Jack” Gordon, explained his research and beliefs regarding the assassination to BC students on Nov. 18 in Cole Hall.

Like many others, Gordon remembers where he was the moment news broke on Nov. 22,

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