Club of the week: CSR

Photo courtesy of CSR.
Photo courtesy of CSR.

Community and Student Relations, or CSR, is “a group of students who desire to strengthen the relationship between the students and the local residents in the town of Bridgewater,” said Vice President James McSweeney. “We want to get involved with the town itself and illustrating Corporate Social Responsibility, hoping to build upon the connection to the town we belong in. BRIDGE the community, WATER you waiting for!”

Three benefits to joining CSR include: resume building and networking, community service, and club collaboration.

They meet Thursdays at 5 p.m. in Math/Science Building (CONANT) Room 473.

Like them on Facebook at, or follow them on Twitter @BSU_CSR. Or, you can email

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