Booster Shot of Moderna and Mixing of Brands Approved

In an effort to assist those vulnerable to the Coronavirus, an FDA panel has recommended a booster shot for those eligible, who have received their shot months or more ago. Voting unanimously, the panel of advisors said seniors, the immunocompromised, and those whose living or working situations put them at higher risk for contracting COVID-19 […]

Student Profile: Alex Laitinen

In sports culture, there is a position that does not involve running, tackling, or catching. It is a position that is received with pride, and that has been evident in every single variation that has ever been sung. Being chosen to sing the National Anthem is a very special honor, and for this year’s Homecoming […]

Swimming & Diving Team Ready To Dive In

Many sports on campus at Bridgewater State have been getting fairly far into their respective seasons, but one sport in particular just getting started. The BSU competitive swim & dive team officially starts its season later this month with a match against Clark University on October 30th, though an exhibition match of the 9th Annual […]

Only Murders: A Deadly Review

You ever meet somebody, and god, they are insufferable from the start? But then you talk, and hey, you have something in common! It might be a love for sports, maybe a mind for chess, or, you know, murder?! Only Murders in the Building, a brand-new Hulu original series created by Steve Martin and John Hoffman, is […]

Boston Mayoral Primary Elections Results

The time for voting has come for the City of Boston, and voters have lined up the polls for their voice to be heard to determine which mayoral candidates will advance to the mayoral general elections this upcoming November. Acting mayor Kim Janey replaced former Boston mayor Marty Walsh when Walsh was selected to be […]