By participating in two travel abroad experiences through Bridgewater College, student body President McKenzie Melvin has developed skills that make her a thoughtful leader.
Carrie A. Smith will present a senior flute recital and Jillian C. Hensley will present a junior flute recital at noon on Saturday, March 21.
Charlotte Clymer is a transgender activist and the press secretary for Rapid Response at the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest civil rights organization dedicated to advancing lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) equality.
Dr. Scott Suter’s new book, ‘A Potter’s Progress: Emanuel Suter and the Business of Craft,’ examines how his great-great grandfather took his pottery business from a cottage industry to a full-scale industrial enterprise.
The $13.2 million renovation-and-expansion project transformed the Alexander Mack Memorial Library into a state-of-the-art learning hub centered on engaged learning and creative collaboration.
Desiring an alternative way to spend their spring break—in lieu of the traditional beach scene—19 students opted for working with Habitat for Humanity in Mobile, Ala.
Tempesta di Mare reflects the composers’ view of instrumental music as a vivid, rhetorical craft, capable of conveying emotional drama to its listeners.
Bridgewater College will host State of the Culture, a facilitated panel engaging in conversation around politics, diversity, culture and more, on Feb. 18.
Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind by Greg Allen is an ensemble experiment in presenting “30 Plays in 60 Minutes.”Production dates are Feb. 20-23.
Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind by Greg Allen is an ensemble experiment in presenting “30 plays in 60 minutes.” Production dates are Feb. 20-23 in Cole Hall.