Bridgewater State top 5 trends of the week

By Lilly Devine

Comment Staff

 

FAFSA

It’s that time of the year again to reapply for 2014-2015 financial aid. Bridgewater State University has their own deadline of March 1 if you want to be considered for the maximum financial aid available. FAFSA shows a June 30 deadline, which is the final date of the award year for receipt of applications. All applications received after March 1 will be considered for financial aid awards on a funds available basis.

Bridgewater State University - Photo BAM! presents two performances written, directed, and acted by students.
Bridgewater State University – Photo
BAM! presents two performances written, directed, and acted by students.

BAM! Student Festival

Theater and dance at BSU presents, as part of its annual BAM! Student Festival, “Much Ado About a Dream” and “Star Spangled Girl.” The weekend schedule will be Saturday, March 1 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m., and Sunday, March 2 at 2 p.m. All performances will be at the RCC Auditorium. Tickets are $10 for students with ID, senior citizens, youth and military and $15 for the general public. For more information and reservations, you can call the box office at 508-531-1321, or email either boxoffice@bridgew.edu or arts@bridgew.edu.

 

New app: SelfControl

So, you’re hard at work doing your homework and someone tweets at you. You obviously have to check it. An hour goes by and you have been on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, but now you don’t even know what you have for homework. Not to worry, a new app called SelfControl will solve your problems. This app allows you to block certain websites/apps for a set amount of time. Once you put these blocks in place, there is no way for you to access them until the time you’ve specified previously runs out. Even if you’re going crazy and delete the application, you still won’t be able to access them before the time you specified. Can you say A+?

 

HerCampus.com

This website is a college student’s guide to life and will help guide you through the rest of your time here at BSU. HerCampus.com is the number one online and offline place for college women, as it is written only by the world’s top college journalists, with around 4,000 contributors. HerCampus.com features national content on style, beauty, health, love, life, and career opportunities. Not that you need anymore distractions, but this is the new site to be obsessed with.

 

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

This week is the 27th National Eating Disorders Awareness Week until March 1. Nationally, around 20 million women and 10 million men suffer from eating disorders sometime in their life. BSU is trying to create awareness by hosting an event addressing healthy eating habits and body images in collaboration with the National Eating Disorders Screening Program. The BSU Counseling Center will host this event Thursday 11-2 p.m. in the ECC. Attendees will take home educational materials, complete screening tests and talk with a health professional.

 

Lilly Devine is a Comment staff writer. Email her at l1devine@student.bridgew.edu.

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