Students, Guest Speaker React to DOMA

By Jennifer Christensen Comment Staff With the recent attention given to the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) as it comes under the scrutiny of the Supreme Court, it is no surprise on a campus with a large LGBT presence, some students at Bridgewater State University feel involved. DOMA was passed by congress in 1996, defining […]

Bears’ Baseball Struggles For Consistency

Emily Hayes Comment Staff The Bridgewater State University baseball team is still trying to find their rhythm almost halfway through the regular season, as they have a record of 7-8-1. The Bears have been on streaks throughout the entire season, winning a game, but then losing the next, winning two here, but then losing three […]

Track Athlete Reaches For Nationals

By Greg Dudek Comment Staff During the middle of the indoor track and field season, sophomore Brian Espinosa was just another member of the team. However, to the surprise of many, Espinosa exploded onto the track and field scene in the second half of the indoor season and now in the outdoor season. “The success […]

Relay For Life: More Than Community Service

By Sarah Walker Comment Staff For sophomore Elementary Education and Art major, Abigail Tremblay, Bridgewater State University’s annual Relay for LiFe is more than just a fundraising event. After both of Tremblay’s grandfathers passed away from cancer, her father fought Melanoma, and her close friend from home, Allie Hawkes, beat the disease twice, Tremblay has […]