As one of only a handful of undergraduates at the 2019 Caribbean Studies Association conference, Christelle Lauture, ’20, could have felt intimidated. After all, she was there to present her research alongside professional scholars. However, the Randolph resident picked a different word to describe how she felt: validated.
If you’re looking this summer for Karly Foster, ’20, you won’t catch her at the beach. Instead, you’ll find her hard at work behind a sewing machine.
A Bridgewater State University student is garnering national recognition for research that helps Plimoth Plantation reinterpret key colonial texts.
Vanessa Sherman, ’19, uncovered documentary evidence related to the Mayflower Compact and Plymouth Colony’s three groundbreaking law codes. Her research draws new attention to the influential role the compact and codes played, and continue to play, in American constitutional, judicial and legal traditions.
How do you discover the origins of bowls and sculptures that may be thousands of years old or that might simply be modern recreations? Just ask Bridgewater State University seniors Scott Delaney and Jacob Coffey.