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#UBelong at University of Bridgeport’s Annual Drag Brunch
At UB, inclusion isn’t just a statistic. This was demonstrated with humor and bravado when the Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) hosted its third annual Drag Brunch. Aside from serving as a platform for self-expression and celebration, the Drag Brunch is an opportunity to enlighten other UB students.
New Courses Offer Career-Focused STEM Language Support
This newly approved course will familiarize students with science, technology, engineering, and business English and written communications. Course components are designed to help students develop their speaking and presentation skills so they can succeed in graduate level studies.
UB Track and Field Races Toward the Future
Six brand new teams at University of Bridgeport are running, throwing, and leaping into the future. Eager students have joined the men’s and women’s cross country, indoor track and field, and outdoor track and field teams, all led by head coach Gregg Schmidt.
Timothy Prince: A First-Generation Student’s Journey to a Career in Higher Education
Being a first-generation student isn’t just a challenge — it’s also an exciting opportunity. As the first of his family to pursue higher education, Timothy Prince felt this excitement back when he began his UB journey in 2018.
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