A New Van Gogh Has Been Found

A new Vincent Van Gogh piece was discovered recently on the 16th September 2021.  Depicting an old laborer in a chair with his head in his hands, it is a study for one of the famously troubled artists most well known pieces, “Worn Out,” drawn some eight years before the artists’ death in 1890. Found […]

Park Avenue Diner Review

In one of Bridgewater State University’s dining halls, Bears Den, a new restaurant has opened! Park Avenue Diner, or Park Ave. for those in the know, is Bears newest acquisition. Sporting a plethora of diner food, the restaurant is always seen with a line that spans all the way to the edge of the dining […]

What If Covid-19 Never Happened?

Picture This: It is March 14, 2020 and things go a bit differently than we expected in our March 2020 timeline. Let’s say that Covid-19 never had a presence in America and was isolated just to China. How would life on campus look? What would be different regarding campus life and the greater Bridgewater State […]

Red Sox Dealing with COVID Disaster

It’s been no secret the 2021 season for the Boston Red Sox has been filled with ups and downs. After their unpromising start to the season against the Baltimore Orioles, things were not looking up for the team. After finishing the 2020 season with a very underwhelming record of 24-36, the return of manager Alex Cora after his 2020 suspension was supposed to be a huge […]

Listen Up Literature Lovers!

I know it seems like TikTok has become universally frowned upon by many individuals, but in my experience I have found that there is at least one educational experience you can get out of it. That would be… drum-roll please… “BookTok”. Barnes & Noble describes it as “a hashtag used by creators who feature book […]

BSU Remembers The 20th Anniversary of 9/11

In the early morning of September 10, students, faculty, and staff alike gathered on the front of Boyden Hall’s lawn for a moment of remembrance for the worst events in our Nation’s history. This event was created for the university to reflect on the past 20 years of change and grief that our nation, and […]