An Introvert’s Guide to Monster Jam

Happy Holidays!  Well, three months ago it was, and that’s when this whole fiasco started. My family doesn’t really do massive presents for the holidays, preferring to have experiences together. This year, my mother picked a very special experience, and bought eight tickets. Mom, dad, brother, me, sister, brother-in-law, niece, nephew. We needed something family […]

Ghosts (2021) Review

Wanna hear a joke? A soldier, Viking, singer, scout leader,  Native American, stockbroker, hippie, and proper lady all walk into a manor. Oh, and they’re all ghosts.  Did I forget to mention that part? CBS’s hit new sitcom Ghosts has just recently completed its first season with numerous resounding reviews of excellence. The show, which […]

BSU Panhellenic Recruitment Weekend

Spring has sprung for Greek life as they begin to welcome the new generation of sisters! Bridgewater State University’s Panhellenic Recruitment started this week with the events, Sweets with Sororities on February 1 and Orientation Night on February 2— all leading up to the big event: Recruitment Weekend. As one of the largest organizations on […]

Richard III A Bloody Success?

Lights on, props ready. Hold onto your teddy bears, because the bloody tale of Richard III has made its way to Bridgewater State University’s stage! Directed by Katherine Alix-Gaudreau, a professor here at BSU, the show has a marvelous cast of students that make the theater department proud with their phenomenal acting skills. Every character […]

A Moment For Years in the Making

While there were many amazing contestants that participated in this year’s Homecoming Pageant, as with every contest there had to be a winner, and that winner was…drum-roll please…Mariah Porter (she/her)! An absolute fashion icon, a prominent student leader, and an all-around good person, Porter is the perfect choice to represent the school in this role. […]

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 […]

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 […]