Come One, Come All: PC’s Annual Carnival

Program Council’s (PC) free Annual Carnival took place on Sunday, April 14th in the Moakley Lot, providing plenty of space for each attraction. This year’s carnival was larger than last year. “The carnival kept falling on rainy days [last year], so we couldn’t do as much,” said Phoebe Wilmot (she/her), Spirit and Traditions Director of […]

The Enduring Appeal of Gilmore Girls

Gilmore Girls has been my favorite show since I was 14. I consider myself a bit of a Gilmore Girls connoisseur, as I have watched the series three times and I am currently on my fourth run-through. For those of you who do not know, Gilmore Girls is about the quirky and heartwarming mother-daughter relationship […]

Promoting Mathematical Unity in Education (Foolish Edition)

Members of the International Mathematical Union (IMU) made the executive decision on April 1st, 2024 to adopt the Swedish form of the slope-intercept formula, y=kx+m, for countries throughout the world. The Swedish slope-intercept formula has been in use since the 1840s. It is derived from the word “riktningscoefficient,” which means “direction coefficient.” In this formula, […]

HerStory: A Celebration of Women at BSU

March is Women’s History Month, a time dedicated to celebrating all women, both past and present, and their accomplishments everywhere. To celebrate, BSU hosted HERStory, an evening focused on Women’s Wellness for alumna, students who identify as women, BSU employees, and friends of BSU. The Bridgewater Alumni Association and the Career Services & Internship Office […]

New Cyber Range Provides Cutting-Edge Security Training

An increase in digital technology has created a need for protection from cybercriminals throughout the U.S. As a result, BSU has installed a state-of-the-art cyber range offering a one-of-a-kind experience. BSU was granted $2 million from federal funding through the generosity and support of Senator Ed Markey and Senator Elizabeth Warren, and another $1.2 million […]

Empowering Women in STEM at BSU

What better way is there to kick off the semester than joining a new organization? This is a great way to become more involved on campus and discover a new passion. Women in STEM offers prospective students something unique. The organization uplifts individuals, promotes equality, and develops confidence and literacy in STEM through community outreach […]

Ahmad Somakia: A Student Supporter

Becoming involved in campus life can be a valuable experience for students looking to expand their horizons. Ahmad Somakia (’25) (he/him), a first-generation college student, is a junior at BSU majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Middle Eastern North African studies. He is actively involved in multiple campus organizations including the Muslim Student Association (MSA), […]

Spend the Holidays with Dunham, Elf, and The Grinch

Looking for entertainment during the holiday season? Several films are great for relaxing and getting into the holiday spirit. Jeff Dunham’s Very Special Christmas Special is perfect for a mature audience who likes a good laugh. Dunham, who frequented the college scene in his early days with his shows, has been a famous ventriloquist for […]

Ways to De-Stress on Campus

BSU is hosting some great events on campus to wind down during this stressful time of year that are available for those who just need a break. Finding ways to manage mental health between midterms and finals is crucial to the well-being of all students. Among these events are visits with K9 Mikey, a friendly, […]