Dua Lipa is an Essential Worker

I don’t think there will ever come a time where we become nostalgic for this period we’re currently living in. But should we get to that point, Dua Lipa made that concept just a smidge more fathomable.  While many artists have already postponed their albums weeks and even months ahead of their original release date, […]

The Days Sports Took a Backseat

About a month has passed since the world of sports stopped after the spread of COVID-19. The lasting image in my mind and fans everywhere is the caution tape covering the floor in Oklahoma City after the announcement that Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for coronavirus just minutes before tipoff. After that day, […]

OPINION: MLB’s Arizona Plan is Just Selfish

by Brian Garland Caption: Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona, home stadium of the Arizona Diamondbacks. It is a proposed site for regular-season games. Desperate to recoup funds lost to a COVID-19 cancellation of the 2020 Major League Baseball season, owners and executives released the worst-possible solution: a regular season held exclusively in Arizona.  This past […]

Powering Nukes to Programming at Bridgewater

Tom Foley Every person who comes to Bridgewater State, whether as a student or faculty, has a story that led them here, a life they lived before becoming a bear. For some, it’s straight forward, graduating from high school in the spring and coming to their number one choice, BSU, that same fall. For others […]

Juice Mill Gets Juiced Up

Changes are continuing within the Bridgewater rotary, though the latest is not too drastic. Juice Mill has crossed the street, making for a far more exciting tenant than the previous College Towne Siding and Glass that the building formerly housed. The inside, while still charming as ever, is essentially a mirror image of its set […]

Reimagining Student Engagement at BSU

By: Tom Foley Staff Writer   If you consult any study on student retention, the findings are almost always the same; schools who continually engage and involve their students beyond the usual freshman experience see a higher retention rate. Currently, student engagement at BSU falls to two offices: the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership […]

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 […]