Uber’s Scary New Safety Reports

Uber recently released its safety reports for last year. The reports documented a shocking 3,045 sexual assault cases, nine murders, and 58 people were killed in car crashes within the year of 2018. The number of incidents actually only account for 0.0002 percent of the 1.3 billion rides Uber performed in the United States last […]

Annual BSU Powwow

  Tom Foley Staff Writer On Sunday, November 17th, BSU hosted the eleventh gathering of it’s annual powwow, organized by the university’s Native American Indigenous Studies Program. Derived from the Algonquin word for “medicine man,”  which European settlers would use to address any gathering of natives, a powwow is “a social gathering, intertribal in nature, […]

A Bear on Beacon Hill

If you’ve lived in a residence hall on campus over the last few years, you may know her as a Resident Assistant; if you’re involved in Greek Life, you may know her as the President of the sorority Gamma Phi Beta; on the off chance you’re a state senator, you’ve probably seen her at work […]

Prayers for Madison

Last Friday, Bridgewater student Madison Neas was struck by a vehicle as she was crossing Plymouth Street/Rt.104. The incident occurred around 1:00 pm and police and fire officials reported her injuries to be serious. The driver was described by police to have been a 71- year old man in a red Ford pickup truck. Madison […]

Patriots Outlast Eagles in Super Bowl LII Rematch

PHILADELPHIA, Pa.  — In their history with Tom Brady at quarterback, the Patriots are astoundingly successful in the game following their bye week with a 13-4 record since the 2000 season. The NFC’s 5-4 Philadelphia Eagles were next-in-line to join that list.  To do so, the Patriots had to win in close fashion in Philadelphia against […]