Elon Musk Purchases Twitter

The CEO of Tesla and founder of Space X, Elon Musk has added another company to his already loaded resumé. It was revealed this week that Musk purchased the highly popular brand Twitter for $44 billion dollars in cash. The world’s richest man is estimated to be worth $74 billion dollars more than the world’s […]

Boston Marathon is Back! (Ben Glover)

The Boston Marathon will be returning to Boston in April once again. Due to the pandemic, the Boston Marathon was canceled in 2020 in the Springtime and moved to September. After this, the Boston Marathon was held in the Fall for the past two years, 2020 (virtually) and 2021 (in person). The Boston Marathon has […]

BSU Cares Act Dries Out

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a lasting effect on everyone over the past two years. March 2020 seems like a lifetime ago and so much has happened in the 24 months since then, between the loss of close ones, decisions on working in person or remotely, and so much more. For some Bridgewater State University […]

Meal Swipes for Starship?

There is no doubt that the addition of the Starship Delivery Robots has been fantastic for the BSU community. Arriving in 2020, the non-interactive food service provided students and staff the opportunity to learn and work in a safe environment, while also enjoying fresh meals during a COVID heavy time. But as the world begins […]

Bears Roll in Homecoming Win

A gorgeous homecoming Saturday at BSU got even better as the Bears rolled against the Westfield State Owls, with a 47-14 win at Swenson Field. Despite falling behind 7-0 early on BSU found their rhythm and the rest was history. The offense found its groove as the team improved to a 5-2 record and remained […]

BSU Cheer Wins it All (Again!)

Back in the second week of April, the Bridgewater State advanced all girls and intermediate small coed cheer team won the NCA Nationals! With the event being virtual due to COVID, the team found themselves submitting routines virtually and competing with other schools in an online format. It was just two years ago the Bears […]

Sox Start Off Hot

Coming off a disappointing and all-around unnatural season in 2020 for the Red Sox, there is a lot to forget about the late 60 game stretch and oddity that was the pandemic baseball season. With Ron Rhenokie leading a team that was previously managed by Alex Cora who was serving a suspension in 2020, many […]