Bridgerton: On-screen Versus Off-screen

After slowly “binge-watching” the glamorous, Regency-inspired phenomenon that is Netflix’s Bridgerton over the course of a few days (I say “slowly” and use quotation marks because I realize my definition of binge-watching is a little different from the widely accepted one), I had come to the conclusion that I, like 82 million other households, was […]

Why America Needs A Female President

There was an excessive amount of masculine energy going on during the Presidential Debate on September 30, 2020. It was evident by President Donald Trump constantly interrupting former Vice President, Joe Biden. In addition, both men were talking over each other, name calling, and mocking each other. This just made me think what if a […]

The Totalitarians: A Review

By Grace Mastroianni FFF! FFF! FFF! Freedom From Fear! Bridgewater State University’s virtual production of The Totalitarians by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb was both entertaining and well-rehearsed! Not only did it further showcase the theatrical talents of my fellow Bears, but the determination of the school’s theater department in these trying times.  While I was originally […]

The Hard Truth About College Sports

A column by Jesse Frazier With college hoops starting this past week it had me thinking about the substantial differences between Division 1 and Division 3 athletics. Big name programs have been playing football since the start of the fall season and luckily, they will be able to have a basketball season that just began. […]

A Perfect Time for New Traditions

With this holiday season being different than any other, let’s take advantage of the opportunity to make new traditions. Those who celebrate Thanksgiving will host or attend smaller gatherings in compliance with CDC’s safety protocol for the holidays. While it is unfortunate and upsetting that we must sacrifice events we normally look forward to for […]

Tiny Little Things

At the beginning of the semester, I wrote about the challenges of online school, how hard it can be and how tiring it is to sit at a computer all day. With those challenges we face in online school come the challenges we feel in everyday, COVID-19 life. Never mind school, it’s hard to stay […]

November 7, 2020.

By: Stefanie Baptista Opinion Editor   On the day of November 7, 2020, I was at work. I was at work when I found out that Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Kamala Harris were elected president and vice president of the United States of America. I was in the cleaning aisle. Fitting, considering I would […]