CUTCO A HIRE AND FIRE JOB FOR MANY STUDENTS

By Morgayne Mulkern Comment Staff              Cutco Cutlery, the branch of vector marketing that sells kitchen knives is a scam. This company has offices in Bridgewater and many other locations, and I am constantly watching my friends and other students around me apply for Cutco jobs and regret their decision soon after. Also, I, like […]

MOLD DISCOVERED IN EAST HALL SUITE

By Jennifer Christensen Comment Staff   Recently, black mold was discovered in a first-floor suite in East Hall. The residents who lived in the suite noticed a heavy leak coming from the ceiling.   “The piping was leaking because it wasn’t insulated,” Ali Costa, one of the residents of the suite said. “That’s what caused […]

TOP 5 TRENDS OF THE WEEK

By Lilly Devine Comment Contributor Pumpkin Spice Lattes – Tis’ the season for apple picking, costume shopping and of course, pumpkin everything. Coffee shops have been taken over by this trend and Bridgewater State University students are the victims. Starbucks in the Maxwell Library has been advertising pumpkin spice lattes since the first week of […]

JONASSON RAISES LEVEL OF PLAY TO LIFT UP LADY BEARS

By Greg Dudek Comment Staff Coming into this season, junior forward Erica Jonasson was not expected to become a main offensive weapon for the Bridgewater State University women’s soccer team. However, in her second season with the Lady Bears, Jonasson has made a surprising leap to lead the team in goals scored with seven. “The […]

BSU GIRLS TENNIS UNDEFEATED

By Emily Hayes Comment Staff Halfway through the season, the Lady Bears are showing they are a force to be reckoned with. Even with a new head coach this year, the Lady Bears have transitioned well, going 7-0 and 3-0 within the Little East Conference (LEC). “[7-0] is a number,” said Bridgewater State head coach […]

STUDENTS BRING GLOBAL CLASSROOM TO BSU

By Alexandra Puffer Comment Staff   The Social Justice League at Bridgewater State University is a club described as “dedicated to educating and promoting social justice on local, national, and international levels.”   Last week the group held a panel in the Moakley Auditorium titled SED Talks, modeled after the popular Ted Talks, a set […]

WHY GMO’S MATTER

By Kayla Lemay Comment Staff   Genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, have become a pretty big deal as of late.   We’ve been hearing a lot about them, including last week’s front page article about GMOs being in the Naked juice offered on campus. But what exactly do GMOs have to do with college students? […]

OCTOBER IS BULLYING PREVENTION MONTH

By Christina Fazio Comment Staff   Bullying. For most, the word itself elicits memories of a time when we were a victim ostracized by our peers, or it may even evoke a sense of guilt for that time you turned a blind eye toward the kid who was getting bullied.   October is the nationally […]

NEW ON NETFLIX

New On Netflix By Sarah Mulvey Comment Contributor   Louis: Season 3 (2013) Louis C.K. is best known for his intelligent, heinously morbid comedy. In his show, Louie, he gets to act out some of his best bits in vivid detail. This season he’s called in some favors from a long list of famous friends, […]