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The John Kenny Forrer Learning Commons. A renovation and expansion of the Alexander Mack Memorial Library. A place for BC’s community to create, explore, learn and communicate in flexible study spaces with the latest technology.
Monica Lewinsky, Matt Bondurant and the New Orchestra of Washington will be featured during Bridgewater College’s fall arts and events programs.
Bridgewater College kicked off the 2019-20 academic year—its 140th year of educating students—by ushering in a new brand identity for the College.
Bridgewater College’s model of preparing its students for life beyond campus means more than just connecting them with the right career. It means providing them with a quality educational experience at a price they can afford.
Bridgewater College students who take the Professional Practices art class say it should be required for all majors, as it teaches skills necessary for life after college.
Tabitha Pryor Corradi ’07 received guidance from her Bridgewater College advisor on how to translate her passions into a career.
Athletic Director Curt Kendall—the winningest baseball coach in D-III history—says winning to him means helping players reach their potential.
Anthony Cincotta will present a saxophone recital, “Anthony & Friends,” on Saturday, Sept. 21. The recital features two world premieres.
Learn how to navigate everyday conflicts effectively as Elizabeth Wuerz presents “Throwing Shade: Navigating Conflict Effectively.”
Bridgewater College alumna Judith Ely ’69 will exhibit acrylic paintings that are abstracted landscapes on canvas or board Sept. 30 – Oct. 29.
Lawless, the 2012 film based on Matt Bondurant’s book The Wettest County in the World will be screened Tuesday, Oct. 1, and Bondurant will present an endowed lecture on Oct. 2.