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Review: Netflix’s Bridgerton is a classic period piece with a few modern problems

Review: Netflix’s Bridgerton is a classic period piece with a few modern problems

Mandi DeLong, Campus Life Correspondent March 3, 2021
Based on the book series of the same name, “Bridgerton” follows the titular family in Regency-era London during the “social season,” the period during which young women came out into society in search of a husband. The first season of “Bridgerton” adapted the first book of the series “The Duke and I,” following the eldest daughter Daphne Bridgerton’s (Phoebe Dynevour) first social season and her encounters with the Duke of Hastings Simon Basset (Regé-Jean Page).
Dr. Amy Borchardt is hoping to lead a study abroad trip to London, England next semester.

Psychology professor to lead semester-long study abroad program in London

Natalie Yaeger, Lead News Writer October 8, 2019
Some of the courses being offered include Introduction to Psychology and Health Psychology, both taught by Borchardt, as well as classes in art history, English studies and British life and culture. “It’s like you’re in Mercer in Macon, but you’re actually in London!” she said.

Olympics close with a Spice-y tribute to British music

Bryson Jones August 15, 2012

Great Britain definitely did the entire world a huge favor by topping their confusing and outright weird opening ceremony performance with a more than entertaining closing ceremony. The night was filled...

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