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Graduation Day for Bridgewater State

On Oct. 26 the college will be elevated to university status, but what that will mean for town-gown relations is still not clear

A group tours the Bridgewater State campus on a recent summer day. A group tours the Bridgewater State campus on a recent summer day. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
By Jessica Bartlett
Globe Correspondent / August 19, 2010

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As Bridgewater State gets bumped up from college to university this fall, the change is giving rise to speculation about what it all means for the campus and the town. (Full article: 1142 words)

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