Anime Starter Pack

Anime is a Japanese style of television and film created by hand-drawn or computer art. I started watching anime when I was 10 years old and the first one I saw was Yu-GI-OH on Cartoon Network. I fell in love with anime right then and there have continued to feel that love ever since. I […]

Hometown Highlights

From healthcare workers on the frontline, to the people sewing hundreds of face masks by hand, community members are coming together in various ways to help one another, spread positivity and maintain some shred of normalcy. Since the writers of The Comment are temporarily away from our home in Bridgewater, we wanted to shed some […]

The Visibility of One’s “Ghost”

As COVID-19 continues to produce near empty streets across the country, or at least for safety’s sake one would hope so, one B.S.U. alum has kept pages filled with her poetry. These pages have come together to form the book Ghost of a Girl, now available for all to read. Amber Miller, who graduated from […]

The glass window

When we arrived at the house, I felt this strange coldness on my shoulder.  I wonder should we even be here or should I go home? “Ugh come on Sandy, I told you…If you are scared…You should not come along”  Tony said. Tony grabbed my hand and started to talk about random things that did […]

THE SENTENCING: Check in to Saint Motel

Following the breakthrough success of 2016’s saintmotelevision, it makes sense that the indie pop band Saint Motel has moved from the small screen to the big screen with their latest EP The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: Part 1. Intended to be released in three parts, the L.A.-based quartet start out with an entry that is […]