A Coronavirus Update

The Coronavirus has officially touched down in many states spreading across the United States, including Massachusetts and Rhode Island.  BSU is taking the necessary precautions to protect students and employees in the rise of this outbreak. Earlier this week, President Clark’s office sent out an email to the BSU community to inform us of what […]

POLL: BSU Voter Turnout

On Super Tuesday, Bridgewater State University students were asked how they casted their votes. Specifics were asked to find out whether they early voted, sent in an absentee ballot, went to the polls the day of, or did not vote at all. Students had a variety of answers to these questions with 6% of responses […]

Biden is revived on Super Tuesday

Super Tuesday is one of the most important days in the journey to nominate a presidential candidate.  With President Trump being the incumbent Republican who is sure to get the nominee of his party, all eyes were on which Democrat would win big on Super Tuesday.   Without knowing the full results of California or Maine, […]

Bernie Wins New Hampshire

Senator Bernie Sanders won the first primary election of 2020 in New Hampshire this past week.  After the Iowa debacle, many stated that the New Hampshire primary was the “kick-off” to election season. Unlike the Iowa caucuses, New Hampshire was able to get votes out within hours after the polls closed.  President Trump won the […]

BSU Food Bank: 2020 Vision

Food insecurity across college campuses is an unfortunate reality that exists among students at Bridgewater. For the past six years, the food bank, discreetly located in RCC by the theatre department, has helped combat this social injustice by providing students with access to food, toiletries, and a sense of warmth from its founders Jane Doherty […]

The Iowa Caucus Scandal

The 2020 election season has started with quite an embarrassing controversy for the Democratic Party that had many asking this question after the Iowa caucuses: what is happening and are these necessary anymore? The Iowa Caucuses have been known as the kickoff to the election season for centuries. Its purpose is to let voters know […]