Lyceum: Roderick Giles & Grace (Postponed until fall 2019)
Lectures by Steve Schmidt, Nikki Giovanni and Robert Jones headline spring semester arts and events programs at Bridgewater College.
An evening with Dorianne Laux reading her work. Laux teaches poetry in the Program in Creative Writing at North Carolina State University.
Toronto-based writer Shirley Camia releases her third collection of poems and is interviewed live by Paul Nelson, veteran literary interviewer from Seattle.
Samuel Moretz, a Bridgewater College alumnus and Scientific Operations Manager at the National Institutes of Health, will speak on “Majors, Microbes, and Malaria: from BC to NIH.”
Bridgewater College’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration includes a march, reception, student art display, workshop and endowed lecture.
Robert P. Jones, author of “The End of White Christian America,” will give an endowed lecture, “The Changing Religious Landscape in America,” on March 14 at Bridgewater College.
Nikki Giovanni, a world-renowned poet, writer, commentator and activist, will present “An Evening of Poetry, Love and Enlightenment” as part of Bridgewater College’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance.
Steve Schmidt, a political strategist and former presidential campaign manager to Sen. John McCain, will speak at Bridgewater College on Jan. 15.
Rod Spratley will speak on “Establishing Your Financial Footprint.” He will discuss the principles of making financial decisions, particularly for young people who have not done so previously.