To combat divisiveness, Schmidt urged everyone to listen respectfully to each other in every interaction–both political and civil–and to remember that we are not enemies, that we share more similarities than differences.
Samuel Moretz ’99, this year’s Silliman lecture speaker at Bridgewater College, credits the research opportunities at the College for preparing him for a successful career in biomedical research at the National Institutes of Health.
The Dean’s List for the 2018 fall semester at Bridgewater College has been announced.
Kiely, co-author of All American Boys with Jason Reynolds, will speak on racial tensions and how children are affected, regardless of race.
Lectures by Steve Schmidt, Nikki Giovanni and Robert Jones headline spring semester arts and events programs at Bridgewater College.
Courtney Hawkins ’19 says studying abroad in Morocco was “life-changing.” Traveling to a foreign country fostered a renewed sense of independence and allowed her to find her voice.
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.”
Three-time national champion Amber Celen ’18 excelled both academically and athletically at Bridgewater College. The sprinter/jumper on the track and field team quickly created buzz around her athletic prowess with a breakout sophomore year and kept that momentum going.
Bridgewater College has announced a one-to-one $250,000 challenge grant from The Robert G. Cabell III and Maude Morgan Cabell Foundation to help fund the John Kenny Forrer Learning Commons.
Bridgewater College’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration includes a march, reception, student art display, workshop and endowed lecture.