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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
On Friday September 20th, students and activists across the world took to the streets as part of an organized Climate Strike, and BSU was no different. The strike was the idea of 16-year old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, who has been travelling the globe on a mission to raise awareness for the urgent need for people and politicians […]
Tucked into a corner of the RCC sits the Food Bank 4 U, and sitting outside it are Jane Doherty and her daughter Julia. As students come and go, the pair greets each student, helping them to find what they need. She asks how their spring break went, and how classes are going. Food Bank […]
Bridgewater State University is known for having driven and talented students, who are allowed to artistically express themselves across campus – whether it be tunnels, ceramic bears, or in the art studio. BSU student Carly Keaveney not only exemplifies these qualities but has excelled as an artist.
During the baseball season, the Red Sox used the catchphrase “Do Damage”. The slogan should have been left to the players on the field but who knew Bridgewater State students would take it literally.
We should be asking BSU more questions about their liability to society. Sustainability is the responsibility each of us hold to manage the resources of our Earth, ensuring a quality of life for future generations.
On Tuesday night, November 13th, the Greek communities of Phi Sigma Sigma and Sigma Pi joined together to support an immensely important campaign. The Promise to Adam campaign honors the life of Adam London taken too soon in a fatal car accident in August of 2010.
Last Wednesday, October 24th, faculty and librarians took part in a sit-in/work-in at Boyden Hall between 10AM and 12PM, and between 2PM and 4PM.