Recent Texas Heartbeat Act

The first recorded incident of induced abortion happened in the year 1550 BCE in Egypt, using non-surgical techniques involving strenuous physical pursuits and activities. As you may be aware, in recent years there have been numerous political debates on Women’s Reproductive Rights and laws that are being put in place to regulate the time of […]

Dear World Comes Back

Guess what, Bears? There is a returning event coming to Bridgewater State University that I think you will want to hear about! The popular storytelling event, Dear World, will be making its way over to our BSU community this week.  Dear World “helps organizations build cultures of authenticity, inclusivity, and purpose,” states the website. Dear […]

Dune Review

Have you ever come across a film that sparked an interest in a franchise and you just could not get enough of it? That happened to me as a teenager, watching seminal pieces of work like the Lord of the Rings films, Cowboy Bebop, or any of the other movies, T.V. series, or books that […]

Bears Roll in Homecoming Win

A gorgeous homecoming Saturday at BSU got even better as the Bears rolled against the Westfield State Owls, with a 47-14 win at Swenson Field. Despite falling behind 7-0 early on BSU found their rhythm and the rest was history. The offense found its groove as the team improved to a 5-2 record and remained […]

Student Profile: Alex Laitinen

In sports culture, there is a position that does not involve running, tackling, or catching. It is a position that is received with pride, and that has been evident in every single variation that has ever been sung. Being chosen to sing the National Anthem is a very special honor, and for this year’s Homecoming […]