NECHE Accreditation Visit

This past week Bridgewater State University underwent its accreditation through the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). Starting on October 31st through November 2nd NECHE conducts surveys to determine whether or not BSU meets the institution’s standards. NECHE is a non-governmental membership association that provides assurance to prospective and current students and their families […]

ECC U COOK Station

As you may have noticed, walking into ECC to grab some food, a new station has recently opened up. This station, U COOK, offers students the ability to customize and cook their meals themselves. “This station allows students to get involved in making their food, learn some cooking skills and make a plate of exactly […]

What is the Red Flag Campaign?

The Red Zone. The period between the end of August and Thanksgiving break, during which 50% of all sexual assaults on college campuses occur. Bridgewater State University’s Sexual Violence Advocacy and Support Center (SVAS) is working with The Red Flag Campaign to bring awareness to the Red Zone on college campuses. Walking through University Park or […]

Stephen Graham Jumping into the Spotlight

Stephen Graham (he/him) is a freshman Exercise Science major and commuter student at Bridgewater State University, however, when he isn’t studying Graham is likely flying through the air like a superhero.   In the world of sports, basketball, soccer, and hockey don’t interest Graham, he is more inclined to performing superhuman feats like swinging from […]

2022 Homecoming Court Preview

Each year during the homecoming celebrations Bridgewater State University elects a group of seniors to their homecoming court. These seniors are judged based on a multitude of competitions including spirit, dancing, lip-syncing, and a talent show. They will duke it out to earn the title of homecoming champion at a pageant Thursday, September 29th in […]