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 […]

Meet Harold Tavares and his Impact on YALI

By Michael Rooney Campus Life Editor   At a college or university – or anywhere, really – an employee has a much more significant impact than that of just simply doing their job. Some employees commit more time out of their life to participate in events that have meaning to them. Some go above and […]

Costly Renovation for Hart Hall

By Raymond Loughlin Staff Writer    Eric LePage attended the SGA meeting on 2/7/17, to discuss plans to renovate Hart 213. LePage is the Director of the Teaching and Technology Center, and proposed the renovation to SGA’s Space Committee and has stressed that the current furniture in Hart 213 is immovable during classes. He described […]

Sent on behalf of President Clark

Dear BSU: Following President Donald Trump’s Executive Order on Friday effectively closing our nation’s borders to immigrants from seven Muslim countries, several federal courts acted quickly over the weekend to temporarily halt the implementation of the Executive Order.  These developments, coupled with news headlines and protests around the world, have left many in our BSU […]

Sent on behalf of those concerned

Dear President Clark, We, the undersigned, recently engaged in an email discussion on our faculty list-serve, denouncing President Trump’s Executive Order suspending all immigration from Syria, Sudan, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Yemen and Somalia along with the indefinite suspension of the resettlement of Syrian refugees. This ban has disrupted the lives of hundreds of refugees, scholars, […]