BSU alum teaches adaptive physical education for special needs

Stephanie Dawber Editor-in-Chief Anselmi teaching in gymnasium. Alan Anselmi, a BSU alumni, is an Adaptive Physical Education teacher at the May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities in Randolph. The May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities is part of the Massachusetts Association of 776 Approved Private Schools (MAAPS). MAAPS is a non-profit […]

Men’s Soccer MASCAC champions, move onto NCAA Tournement

Andrew Higginbottom Staff Writer BSU men’s soccer program celebrated their MASCAC tournement championship with their new hardware, earning an automatic bid to the NCAA DIII Tournement. Bridgewater State University (BSU) overwhelmed each opponent they played in the MASCAC tournament, and took home the MASCAC title after defeating Framingham State University last Sunday, 3-2 The champions […]

World Briefs (11/12)

Stephanie Dawber Editor-in-Chief International 5,000 Flee Central African Republic Camp U.N. officials claim that at least five people are dead and thousands have fled a camp for displaced people in Central African Republic after it came under attack by rebel fighters. According to BBC, the violence took place in the northern town of Batangafo. Legislators […]

Everyone can contribute to a peaceful world

Michael Rooney Staff Writer Imagine that you are walking along the beach on a beautiful day. The air is unpolluted and refreshing. Everyone surrounding you is happy and there is not a single disturbance. Given these circumstances, you would be in a world of peace. It is up to the people to create a peaceful […]