Student Profile: Alex Laitinen

In sports culture, there is a position that does not involve running, tackling, or catching. It is a position that is received with pride, and that has been evident in every single variation that has ever been sung. Being chosen to sing the National Anthem is a very special honor, and for this year’s Homecoming […]

Bridgewater Dining

College is always a super exciting experience, especially when it comes to living on campus. This also comes with having to deal with many different departments, including campus food and dining services. Many students at Bridgewater State University have made comments regarding dining services, both good and bad. Due to this past year and a […]

What If Covid-19 Never Happened?

Picture This: It is March 14, 2020 and things go a bit differently than we expected in our March 2020 timeline. Let’s say that Covid-19 never had a presence in America and was isolated just to China. How would life on campus look? What would be different regarding campus life and the greater Bridgewater State […]

BSU Remembers The 20th Anniversary of 9/11

In the early morning of September 10, students, faculty, and staff alike gathered on the front of Boyden Hall’s lawn for a moment of remembrance for the worst events in our Nation’s history. This event was created for the university to reflect on the past 20 years of change and grief that our nation, and […]

Orange Shirt Day

“Awareness has the power to start the understanding, healing, and change processes that are needed to achieve social justice,” says Simone Poliandri, an Anthropology professor at Bridgewater State University (BSU). With this, many people do not know of the Indigenous peoples and how they were violently pulled from their homes. They were forced to go […]

BLM Survey Causes Controversy, BSU Reacts

“In your opinion, what does your local community need to do to reduce the escalation of the Black Lives Matter movement?” was the survey question that sparked an uproar of complaints from students on Twitter and on the BSU mobile app feed.  Part of an Introductory Psychology class-developed research project on “Education in Modern Society,” […]

Behind The Planning for Fall 2021

In late January, BSU announced that it was planning to return to in-person classes for the upcoming fall 2021 semester, a plan that would take the school back to pre-COVID operations for the first time since March of 2020. To begin the planning process, BSU reconvened the Safe Return Task Force in February under the […]

Bear Statue Reveal

“Head up, paws forward” President Fred Clark describes the newest bear statue, he adds, “just like our students” as the posture symbolizes the attitude of resilience that BSU bears are notorious for. Standing outside the Park Avenue entrance of the Student Union Building, formerly known as the RCC, is a beautiful new artwork that remembers […]