You can make a difference. Join Bridgewater College and the local community in helping to make a difference in the lives of others by participating in a CROP Meal and a CROP Hunger Walk.
Ted & Company will present We Own This Now, which looks at love of land, loss of land, and what it means to “own” something.
Rachel Zarin ’20 envisions a future in which prosthetic limbs can be created with a few clicks of a button—and for a fraction of the cost of most prosthetics.
Bridgewater College’s Jazz Ensemble, Concert Choir and an alumni jazz band from 1982 – 2019 will perform Oct. 19 during its annual Homecoming concert.
Monica Lewinsky is a social activist in the battle against online harassment—advocating for a safer social media environment. Please note: no bags, photos or recordings permitted in Nininger Hall.
Bridgewater College alumna Judith Ely ’69 will exhibit acrylic paintings that are abstracted landscapes on canvas or board Sept. 30 – Oct. 29.
Members of the Bridgewater College Department of Music faculty will present a recital on Sept. 28 showcasing a variety of skills on a number of instruments, as well as vocal selections.
“Lawless,” the 2012 film based on Matt Bondurant’s book “The Wettest County in the World” will be screened Tuesday, Oct. 1, and Bondurant will present an endowed lecture on Oct. 2.
Learn how to navigate everyday conflicts effectively as Elizabeth Wuerz presents “Throwing Shade: Navigating Conflict Effectively.”
Anthony Cincotta will present a saxophone recital, “Anthony & Friends,” on Saturday, Sept. 21. The recital features two world premieres.