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.
Snowden Wright is the author of the novel “American Pop,” a Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance’s Okra Pick and selection for Barnes & Noble’s “Discover Great New Writers” program.
Snowden Wright, Christine Todd Whitman and Tempesta di Mare will be featured during Bridgewater College’s spring arts and events programs.
Sheila Turnage is the author of “Three Times Lucky,” which received a Newbery Honor in 2013, “The Ghosts of Tupelo Landing,” “The Odds of Getting Even” and “The Law of Finders Keepers.”
Fiona Lane-Sweeney, Mary Monaco, Eli Quay and Sabrina Volponi will compete in the annual statewide collegiate VFIC Ethics Bowl.
Oftentimes, the determining factor for prospective college students is not an institution’s major offerings, location or even graduate outcomes. Price—or, more aptly, affordability—is at the top of the list.