BSU Bears of the Week

Bears of the Week Matt Green – Senior, Varsity Football, Wide Receiver   Matt Green was the hero for the BSU bears over Westfield State, helping his team earn a 27-23 win and obtain the Sodexo Cup Rivalry Trophy. Green had a huge game, catching 8 passes for a career high 216 yards, as well […]

Campus Briefs

President Mohler-Faria Invites BSU Students to Sexual Assault Forum On Tuesday, Nov. 4, at 5 p.m. in the Horace Mann Auditorium, President Mohler-Faria will host an open forum for students to discuss the most recent events surrounding the issue of sexual assault on campus. In addition, he will discuss the University’s position relative to the […]

World Briefs

By Stephanie Dawber News Editor   International Australia Bans Visas Over Ebola Outbreak The Australian government announced on Monday that it would abolish non-permanent or temporary visas held by people from countries affected by Ebola. Australia’s ban affects citizens of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea. Zambia Elects First White President Guy Scott became acting President […]

BSU celebrates Diwali-The Hindu Festival of Lights

By Stephanie Dawber News Editor Bridgewater State University hosted Diwali-The Hindu Festival of Lights on Oct. 23. The celebration was held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.  and showcased intercultural learning experiences, henna tattoos, dancing, music and food. The Diwali-Hindu Festival of Lights generated an overwhelming turnout. At one point, the festival was so crowded […]

Pride Center and TAG presents Transgender 101

By Colin Daly Comment Contributor   The acronym T.A.G. stands for the Transgender Advocacy, which helped present Transgender 101, during the lunch hours on Monday, Oct. 27. The hour long meeting was located in the Pride Center, RCC 109.   Transgender 101 went exactly as they had planned; a short seminar about individuals who identify […]