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    • 68% tenured faculty
    • 19:1 student/faculty ratio
    • 94% faculty with terminal degrees

See the World

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Students at BSU are going places. Literally. And much of the credit goes to the Office of Study Abroad, which met with 350 interested students at its annual fall event.

Weeks after the fair, OSA geared up for the winter and spring study abroad application deadline of Sept. 26.

The Week in Pictures

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This week was a wet one thanks to the hurricane that passed nearby, but luckily the foliage remained vibrant as ever. The beauty is captured even in the rain through images of the changing trees, reflective puddles, and interesting perspectives. The week concluded with a campus-wide Halloween party with food and games in Weygand Hall on Thursday.

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“The first man we saw on the island was an Indian named Joseph Polis, whom my relative had known from a boy, and now addressed familiarly as "Joe." He was dressing a deerskin in his yard. … We asked him if he knew any good Indian who would like to go into the woods with us, that is, to the Allegash Lakes, by way of Moosehead, and return by the East Branch of the Penobscot, or vary from this as we pleased.

Home Again

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The Bears football and women’s soccer teams won; the weather held up – for the most part; and hundreds of revelers from many different class years, along with friends and family, helped make this year’s Homecoming and Family Day a success.

The annual event features three days of activities, including sports, a parade, lots of food, and something for every member of the BSU community no matter his or her age.

Family Legacy

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Family members of Henrietta Lacks visited campus to discuss their famous relative and the best-selling book about her life. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks tells the story of a poor black tobacco farmer whose cancerous cells were taken without her knowledge in 1951. These cells would become one of the most important tools in medicine, helping in the development of the polio vaccine, cloning, gene mapping, in vitro fertilization and more. Ms.

CPDC Reaches Milestone

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Carolyn McKearney was new to Bridgewater in the early 1980s as a student working with developmentally challenged children. One day, while in the pool with a young boy, she panicked when the boy had a seizure. But it was through the efforts of Dr. Joseph Huber – known to many, especially students and alumni as “Doc” – that she realized that she had the skills to help this child.

Twice-Told Tale

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The remarkable tale of a best-selling book on the Alaska wilderness originally published to rave reviews in 1973 – and that was subsequently reissued in 1999 and won the National Book Award – was shared with an audience at BSU by Laurel Keith Lies, daughter of the book’s author, the late Sam Keith, G ’62.

Striking Gold

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Volume 11 of the Bridge has been recognized with 11 Gold Circle awards from the Columbia Student Press Association. The staff of the student-run journal took home the first place award for overall design in the literary magazine category. It also earned the top award for cover design, which features an image by senior photography major Liz McDonough

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