BSU Greek life gives students the chance to get more involved with events like Homecoming. Photo courtesy of Delta Phi Epsilon: Gamma Iota on Facebook.

By Shawn Potter Comment Staff   Besides gaining a better education for the future, and building a new career, people go to college for the personal experience. One area of opportunity that is available for students to gain experience and get involved on campus is by joining the Greek Life community. It seems that students […]

Eating on campus can be tricky business for those with special diet needs, such as allergies. Photo via The Comment archives.

By Molly Bello Comment Columnist   All nuts, all legumes (especially peanuts), eggs, soy, apples, bananas, pears, peaches, plums, apricots, melon, cherries, and mustard seed. These are the foods I have to watch out for, because I’m allergic to them. They are complicated too. I can have eggs and most fruits if they are baked, […]

By Marissa Bean Comment Staff   It’s everybody’s favorite time of the year! Thanksgiving? Yes, it’s coming and it’s going to be delicious, but that’s not what I’m talking about. Winter break? That’s quickly approaching too, but there’s more excitement on the horizon. Yes my friends, registration for next semester is right around the corner! […]

By Jesse Sewall Special to the Comment When college students are lumped together and stereotyped, sleep deprivation is usually at the top of the list, along with binge drinking, being poor, and partying too hard. Sleep health is important, and usually one of the first sacrifices made in the college student’s schedule. Time management is […]

By Stephanie Dawber News Editor International European Probe Lands on Comet On Wednesday, the European Space Agency landed a robotic probe on a comet. This landing is a first in space exploration, and the Rosetta spacecraft landed more than 300 million miles away from Earth. Progressive Work for Welfare in Hungary Right-wing Prime Minister Viktor […]

2015-2016 New Resident Assistant Application is Now Available! The 2015-2016 Resident Assistant position application is now live. Contact for position qualifications, job description, frequently asked questions, and the application. Applications are due by Jan. 30, 2015 at 5 p.m. Japanese Kakehashi Project: US-Japan Youth Exchange You are cordially invited to join us for the […]

SGA Election

By Shawn Potter Comment Columnist The results are in. The Student Government Association (SGA) has elected two new members to serve on the committee. The SGA serves as the voice of students at Bridgewater State University. The SGA helps each student-run organization to grow and develop into something greater. Jessica Hunter, a freshman at BSU, […]

By James Galvin Comment Staff For the first time ever, college football fans are going to get what they want once the season ends, and that’s the playoffs. No more bowl games that seem to include every team in the nation, but instead, four teams will be entered into a tournament to determine the National […]


By Marissa Bean Comment Staff Changes have been made to the nighttime transit service once again here at Bridgewater State University. While service during the day hasn’t changed, a few adjustments have been made to the operation of Transit between 7 p.m and 3 a.m, according to Stefanie Eaton, Assistant Director of Facilities Management and […]

BSU junior forward Connor Murtagh fights for the ball vs Fitchburg State.

  By Jonas Joseph Comment Staff   What a bittersweet weekend for the BSU Men’s Soccer team. Friday’s decisive 4-1 win against MCLA saw the Bears gain full momentum heading into the final. Unfortunately for the Bears, one goal cost them the MASCAC Championship.   One should not look at the season as a disappointment, […]


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