An Editors’ Midnight(s) Review

MADDY: As much as I love Taylor, “Midnights” was just okay. I am a hardcore Folklore and Evermore fan, so I was hoping for her latest album to have the same feel. Unfortunately, this was not the case. That being said, there are a lot of fans who have the opposite reaction, thinking that her […]

Student Profile: Shayla Young

Shayla Young is a BSU senior majoring in English with a double minor in theater arts and African American studies. Throughout her BSU career, she has focused on the education and advocacy for people of color on campus with the Martin Richard’s Institute for Social Justice, the African American Studies department, as well as the […]

Think Tank Reopens!

Attention STEM lovers and craft enthusiasts alike! The Think Tank is now open… again! After being closed due to Covid, the Think Tank — located at DMF 151 — is open for business. For those who are unfamiliar, the Think Tank (open every Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) is an amenity open to […]

Godspell Review

This past weekend marked the opening of BSU’s Godspell written by John-Michael Tebelak and Stephen Schwartz and directed by Jim Quinn. The show is a retelling of the parables from the Bible as told through song and dance. Though to some this may sound uninteresting, the music is really fun to listen to and you […]

Controversy Surrounding Racist Themes in Fall Play

The Fall play Epic Proportions has sparked a lot of talk around campus in recent weeks. Controversy regarding the content of the play has been surrounding the production, even before auditions were held. According to Professor Jim Quinn, the director of the show, “the story is, these two brothers go out to become part of […]

Our Flag Means Death Review

Our Flag Means Death is a dark romantic comedy set in the golden age of piracy, streaming on HBO Max. Produced by and starring Taika Waititi, the story follows Stede Bonnet, a real historical figure nicknamed “the gentleman pirate”, and his time as captain with the real-life Blackbeard. The first season is now completed, and […]

Dining Hall Staffing Shortages

Throughout the pandemic, companies all over the U.S. have suffered from staffing shortages, and Bridgewater State University is no exception. The BSU dining halls have had to make changes to accommodate the lack of employees from limited hours to partial closures. However, these accommodations have led to an uptick in complaints from students on platforms […]

Student Repertory Theater Reviews

Student Repertory Theater, or SRT, has just put on two student directed shows this past weekend; Blood at the Root, written by Dominique Morisseau and directed by Britney Mallebranche, and Sensitive Guys, written by MJ Kaufman directed by Kyle Imbeau. Both of these shows tackle important issues relevant to current society and left the audience […]