[Editor's Note: This is the second story in our Back to School series.]
“Shy” is not the first word that comes to mind upon meeting Anna Grady, ’20. But, that’s how she described herself – at least until she flourished as a student at Bridgewater State University.
By Brian Benson | August 28, 2019
Brahmin Thurber-Carbone, ’21, is only halfway through his Bridgewater State University undergraduate education, but he can check one item off the scientific bucket list that many never accomplish: Spending a summer researching at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Studying Shakespeare Abroad
By Brian Benson | August 5, 2019
Shakespeare’s plays present a struggle for many high school students. But aspiring educator, Ethan Child, ’21, sees a promising approach to teaching the Bard’s work rooted in music.
The Bridgewater State University English and secondary education major learned about the playwright’s work at a recent program in the United Kingdom.
Rising to the Challenges
By Brian Benson | July 17, 2019
First she became Miss Taunton, then Miss Massachusetts. Could Miss America be next for Bridgewater State University’s Lyndsey Kate Littlefield?
The biology major and member of the Class of 2020 hails from Taunton, and is in a select group of women with that opportunity. Her recent victory in the Miss Massachusetts scholarship pageant qualifies her for the Miss America competition. The event will be held on a date to be announced and broadcast on NBC.
From Lawrence to BSU
By Brian Benson | June 26, 2019
Not everyone can closely tie their education to bettering their hometown. But, Amaryllis Lopez, ’20, is fostering artistic vibrancy and youth empowerment in her Lawrence community with help from her Bridgewater State University studies.
Amaryllis, an English major with minors in Latin American and Caribbean studies and African American studies, helps run art and social justice organization Elevated Thought. Her minors are no accident for the writer and poet of Puerto Rican ancestry.
Stage of Development
By Brian Benson | June 21, 2019
Learning with some of the best young theater directors in the country could be an intimidating proposition for any student. But, Bridgewater State University’s Rose Webster, ’20, has a different perspective.
By John Winters | April 1, 2019
It must be nice to rewrite history as a senior in college. Vanessa Sherman, ’19, recently did just that. For her efforts, she earned a place at Posters on the Hill, one of the nation’s most prestigious forums for undergraduate research.
By John Winters | November 1, 2018
Brittany Christian, ’20, has big dreams. They’re not focused on climbing a corporate ladder or founding a successful startup. They involve helping others.
The Boston native, boasting a strong record of service while at BSU, hopes upon graduation to start an international nonprofit organization to help young people in Belize.
Intern Profile: Kiara Palomares, ’21
By Brian Benson | August 6, 2018
Kiara Palomares, ’21, knows the challenges faced by immigrant families such as hers.
Kiara, who is majoring in political science and criminal justice and minoring in psychology at Bridgewater State University, is coping with the fact of her father living in Honduras after he was deported about three years ago. Meanwhile her mother, who came to the United States from Cuba, remains stateside and is on a path toward U.S. citizenship.