Undergraduate Literature Conference Accepting Submissions

Kevin Burke Content Editor On Friday, April 22, Bridgewater State University will participate in the 10th Annual Undergraduate Literature Conference at the UMass Boston Campus Center. The conference will feature a series of panels with students from UMass Boston, Stonehill College, and Bridgewater State University all participating and presenting their work. Co-President of the English […]

Pending approval, meal plan changes coming soon

Kevin Burke Content Editor New meal plans may be coming to Bridgewater State University sooner than we think. On February 29, the Board of Trustees will take a vote on whether new meal plans, which benefit students by giving more dining dollars in exchange for meal swipes, will go into effect. The new meal plans, created […]

An update on the 2016 election

Crystal Gonzalez Staff Writer The 2016 presidential election is still more than eight months away, but that doesn’t mean the excitement and controversy have disappeared. A few candidates have emerged as frontrunners in the election, while others are ending their campaigns with each primary that occurs. Prior to the South Carolina primary, major candidates included […]

A new registrar brings new technological developments

Marissa Bean Editor-in-Chief Where do you go when you need to change your major? Or when you have a problem with registration? Those are jobs for the registrar. The registrar’s office, located on the ground floor of Boyden Hall, specializes in student records. It is the office where students bring in forms to changes majors, as […]