With the launch of its Master of Arts in Digital Media Strategy graduate program, Bridgewater College will prepare graduates to remain competitive in a rapidly expanding digital communications field.
Canadian artist Olenka Kleban will speak on “Traditional Art is Contemporary Life: The Importance of the Diaspora’s Participation in Traditional Arts” on Thursday, Feb. 28.
Growing up destitute in the township of Soweto in Johannesburg, Makhubo never dreamed he would have the opportunity to study in America.
Delegations from two international universities and Shenandoah University visited Bridgewater College’s campus to kick off the Barzinji Project, which promotes the exploration of issues in higher education across cultures.
Bridgewater College’s Concert Choir, Chorale and Jazz Ensemble will present a concert at the Frederick Church of the Brethren, located at 201 Fairview Avenue, Frederick, Md.
Bridgewater College placed among the top 15 percent of colleges nationwide in College Factual’s 2019 Best Colleges for the Money report.
Best-selling author Daryl Fletcher to speak on “Six Secrets to Being More Assertive and Confident”
Nikki Giovanni, a world-renowned poet, activist and educator, had the audience roaring with laughter at times during her hour-long endowed lecture, featuring stories, jokes and readings of select poems.
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.