Upcoming Student-Directed-Plays at BSU

Exciting news! Two student-directed plays will be performed here at Bridgewater State University from February 23 through 27 as part of the BSU Department of Theatre’s annual Student Repertory Theatre program. The two plays are Dominique Morisseau’s, “Blood at the Root” and MJ Kaufman’s, “Sensitive Guys”. We were excited to hear from BSU student, Britney […]

Free Covid Tests on Campus

These past few weeks have been frightening for people worldwide. With the spike in Covid cases, seemingly everyone has been on the lookout for rapid tests. Thankfully, Bridgewater State University has been lending a helping hand to assist with testing. On January 14, BSU announced that they would be distributing free rapid tests on Thursday, […]

Dear World Comes Back

Guess what, Bears? There is a returning event coming to Bridgewater State University that I think you will want to hear about! The popular storytelling event, Dear World, will be making its way over to our BSU community this week.  Dear World “helps organizations build cultures of authenticity, inclusivity, and purpose,” states the website. Dear […]

Listen Up, Literature Lovers!

I know it seems like TikTok has become universally frowned upon by many individuals, but in my experience I have found that there is at least one educational experience you can get out of it. That would be… drum-roll please… “BookTok”. Barnes & Noble describes it as “a hashtag used by creators who feature book […]

The Mind-Boggling Mystery at the Museum

Everyone loves a good mystery, right? The type of mystery that is so perplexing that you have to stop and ask yourself: how in the world did this possibly occur? Well, Netflix’s new miniseries may just be the perfect mystery to bend your mind. This Is A Robbery: The World’s Greatest Art Heist chronicles the […]