Bridgewater State top 5 trends of the week

By Lilly Devine

Comment Staff


StudyBlue is the new app made for students that can upload class materials, create electronic flash cards, and take quizzes. Students can save their materials to their icloud so they can share with others when needed. Bridgewater State is registered already with this app and it is available for iPhone and Android users.

Job & Internship Fair

Get your resumes ready. The time has come in the semester where BSU will host their Job and Internship Fair. It will be held  Wednesday, April 2 from 1-3:30 p.m. in the RCC Ballroom. More than 60 employers will be in attendance where career fields include accounting, aviation, finance/banking, human/social services, communications, technology, sales, and many more. This fair is open to the public.


Puffy Vests

As the weather starts to warm up, student wardrobes begin to change. As it is not warm enough to walk around with tanks and shorts yet, students want the next best thing. Puffy vests are making a comeback as we transition seasons. Not only is it a winter style, it is also a spring accessory that can look just as great. Layering up with flannels and long sleeves will keep you warm enough with a vest but not feel like you’re in a sauna.


Taz - Photo Used under the Creative Commons license
Taz – Photo
Used under the Creative Commons license

Staying Fit

As summer is approaching, students are starting to look out for their summer bodies. Bridgewater State not only has two gyms on campus but also has different fitness classes for free. Zumba is held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and their Facebook page has all the times and locations. BSU Outreach Education produces a “BSU Student Health 101” newsletter each month and students can sign up for the newsletter by emailing Staying fit on campus can be hard but with these helpful tools, you may be ready for your summer body.

Africa Awareness Week

Bridgewater State is holding a week long celebration holding multiple events for Africa Awareness Week. Friday ends the week with “The Lost Libraries of Timbuktu” at 10:10 am in the Heritage Room where it is open to classes. There will also be West African Drumming and Dance in Burnell 132A from 6-8pm.

Lilly Devine is a Comment staff writer. Email her at



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