Bear Statue Reveal

“Head up, paws forward” President Fred Clark describes the newest bear statue, he adds, “just like our students” as the posture symbolizes the attitude of resilience that BSU bears are notorious for. Standing outside the Park Avenue entrance of the Student Union Building, formerly known as the RCC, is a beautiful new artwork that remembers […]

Bridgerton: On-screen Versus Off-screen

After slowly “binge-watching” the glamorous, Regency-inspired phenomenon that is Netflix’s Bridgerton over the course of a few days (I say “slowly” and use quotation marks because I realize my definition of binge-watching is a little different from the widely accepted one), I had come to the conclusion that I, like 82 million other households, was […]

COVID Cancels Fall Sports for Good

Over our long winter break the fate of our athletes and weather they will have the chance to play the sports they love in a year taken by the pandemic was decided. In late January, all eight of the MASCAC presidents officially made the decision to cancel all fall indoor and outdoor activities for the […]

Why America Needs A Female President

There was an excessive amount of masculine energy going on during the Presidential Debate on September 30, 2020. It was evident by President Donald Trump constantly interrupting former Vice President, Joe Biden. In addition, both men were talking over each other, name calling, and mocking each other. This just made me think what if a […]