The Totalitarians: A Review

By Grace Mastroianni FFF! FFF! FFF! Freedom From Fear! Bridgewater State University’s virtual production of The Totalitarians by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb was both entertaining and well-rehearsed! Not only did it further showcase the theatrical talents of my fellow Bears, but the determination of the school’s theater department in these trying times.  While I was originally […]

Have You Heard About SGA?

by: Grace Mastroianni Democracy, what a wonderful thing to have! The Student Government Association at BSU, fondly referred to as SGA, is the place to go for all of your student needs. You’ve probably heard of them, maybe gone to some of their events, or maybe even walked by their office in the RCC. SGA […]

REVIEW: Macbeth at BSU

Photo Credit: Nile Scott Studios Something wicked this way comes…and goes! B.S.U.’s production of Macbeth has finished up, leaving many viewers with some serious goosebumps to last them a while. I had the privilege of seeing the Thursday show, and let me tell you, it kept me on the edge of my seat throughout. Now, […]

The “Hits” 2009 VS 2019

By Grace Mastroianni 2009: Fantastic songs of our youth, though if you’re anything like me, you didn’t realize they were about sex and drugs until about two years after the fact. I Gotta Feeling and Boom Boom Pow by The Black Eyed Peas and Bad Romance by Lady Gaga are songs that I can honestly […]

A Scary World

By: Grace Mastroianni Drip. Drip. Drip. Drip. Salty tears roll down my face, leaving streaks through my makeup before dropping to the metal table beneath me. I’m alone in the room, trapped on a metal slab with leather straps wrapped tightly around my arms, legs, torso, and neck. I’ve yanked against them repeatedly, but they […]

Let Every Woman be Master of Her Time

DON’T SAY IT! The so-called cursed “Scottish Play” will be gracing the grounds of BSU in November, introducing the campus to the fateful tale of Macbeth. But were you aware that our very own professor, and director, Katherine Alix-Gaudreau was also brought to this very institution by the hands of fate?  Originally, the role of director and adjunct […]