Salem Witch Trials Mystery

Salem was not the only town in Naumkeag (town of Salem) region that was covered by the dark shadow of the witchcraft hysteria. In Beverly, Danvers, and Peabody Massachusetts more than 30 residents were accused of being witches. It had been initiated by a group of single women who had knowledge of herbal medicines who […]

Hanukkah at BSU

  Tom Foley   On Tuesday, December 3rd, the Jewish-Muslim Coalition hosted it’s first celebration of Hanukkah on campus. Hanukkah or Chanukah, depending on the pronunciation, is an eight-day celebration in the Jewish faith, and means “dedication” in Hebrew, and begins on the 25th of Kislev on the Hebrew calendar, which means it falls in […]

Bears Who Care (About the Food Pantry)

As students attending college, we rise to many challenges that can feel overwhelming. Our daily struggles may include balancing work and family obligations, adapting to online classes, maintaining a good GPA or competing for internship positions. We show up and work hard to achieve a degree we believe will guarantee a bright future and financial […]

Sanders endorses Biden

In a world of Coronavirus, social distancing, and Netflix, it might be easy to forget that we’re still in the middle of the election season. Even though politics is on the sidelines right now, there are still big things happening.  Last week, Bernie Sanders, the Senator from Vermont and once Democratic front-runner, suspended his campaign […]

New Communication Department Ambassador Program

In the fall of 2019, the Department of Communication Studies launched a Student Ambassador Program with the mission to better inform current undeclared and prospective students, which resulted in increased enrollment for the first its first semester.   Nick Pirelli, the coordinator for the program, as well as a professor of the Communication Studies department, […]

Bears Sports Update Weeks 3-4

Time to look at the BSU Sports teams, as football will be in a separate article.  Women’s Soccer:  After the Bears won their first game against Salve Regina on September 14th, the lady Bears returned to Boston. This time to face the Emmanuel Saints where the team would shut out Emmanuel, as Michelle Belcher and […]

The Bears Are Back

Fall sports are back for the BSU Bears, after being canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes football, field hockey, soccer, volleyball, and so much more. We are so excited to have our student-athletes back for the fall season! Lets get caught up on the first two weeks of action.  Football: The Bears […]