Bridgewater State

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New England Football Conference - Membership Evolution
1965 - The New England Football Conference is founded by charter members Curry, Bridgewater State and Maine Maritime. 1971 - Plymouth State and New England College become conference members. 1972 - Nichols College and Boston State become conference members ...
Bridgewater State University - Special Features
... Bridgewater State University is one of the few public colleges in the United States to have its own commuter train station (MBTA) directly on the campus grounds ... Bridgewater State University is one of the few higher education institutions in New England to have its own dedicated transit system (established in January 1984) ... Bridgewater State University has a student-run radio station, 91.5 WBIM FM ...
Bridgewater State University - History
... by Horace Mann as a normal school styled Bridgewater Normal School ... Throughout its history, it has also been known as Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater Teachers College, Bridgewater State Teachers College, and State Teachers College at Bridgewater ... Representatives and Senate have voted to change BSC to University status and its name to Bridgewater State University ...

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