PRSSA May Be Just What You Need

Are you an underclassman seeking an extracurricular on campus or a senior, like myself, realizing an internship isn’t in the cards? If you don’t know about BSU’s student chapter for The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) you may have just found exactly what you’ve been missing. Whether you’re studying communications or undeclared, this […]

Greek Activities Committee interview

  For members of the Greek community here on campus, there’s a wide array of events and activities to participate in. Each of the individual fraternities and sororities frequently run their own fundraisers and activities, but the responsibility of planning events involving every Greek organization on campus, such as Greek Week, falls to the Greek […]

The Mysteries of the Bridgewater Triangle

It is spooky season my friends, and what could be spookier than ghost stories from our own little area? From paranormal activity to alien sightings, the Bridgewater Triangle has been a source for creepy happenings for years.  The Bridgewater Triangle is a 200-mile triangle that spans from Abbington, Freetown, and Rehoboth and is covered by […]

Staying Safe for Halloween

By: Tom Foley Staff Writer Each fall, Halloween presents students with an opportunity to unwind after a stressful week of midterms and have fun, but it also brings a fair share of risks to students as well. “It’s my favorite night of the year to work,” says twenty-year BSUPD veteran Assistant Chief (AC) Matthew Rushton. […]

Homecoming & Family Day 2019

Homecoming fell on a perfect October Saturday where the weather was cool, the sun was shining, and students, families, alumni, and faculty got to mingle with one another. A chance for students to introduce friends of their new home to their family members. A lot of people showed up to University Park to explore what […]

What’s New on Campus? Guiding Eye’s for the Blind

Doesn’t it feel like the summer went by so fast? Before students can even blink, we’ve already been thrusted back into Bridgewater State University; before the first sign of falling leaves can even hit the ground. Though classes can be tough, there are many clubs and organizations that students can get involved in to lighten the stressful load of writing papers, finishing projects, and getting assignments […]

Change is On The Air

91.5 WBIM-FM, the Radio Voice of Bridgewater State University and one of the only student-run radio stations left in the country, is back up and running for the new semester with a continued goal of providing a platform for students to present their thoughts, ideas and tastes. Shannon Birch, the station’s new Promotions Director, spoke […]

Let Every Woman be Master of Her Time

DON’T SAY IT! The so-called cursed “Scottish Play” will be gracing the grounds of BSU in November, introducing the campus to the fateful tale of Macbeth. But were you aware that our very own professor, and director, Katherine Alix-Gaudreau was also brought to this very institution by the hands of fate?  Originally, the role of director and adjunct […]