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Students gather at the Bridgewater State University Research Symposium to browse students' posters and hear their presentations.

By Stephanie Dawber Comment Contributor   Earlier this week, Bridgewater State University hosted the Student Research Symposium in the Moakley Center. The Student Research Symposium showcased undergraduate and graduate research through oral and poster presentations. This year the Student Research Symposium had the largest turnout with 750 presenters. “Faculty and students have invested so much […]

The Bears had contributions from many athletes on the team to help them capture the New England Alliance title. Jeremy Foote - Photo.

By Greg Dudek Comment Staff Performances like the one the Bridgewater State University men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams had on Sunday continue to help the Bears shine in the New England region. The men’s team helped garner more attention regionally as they captured the New England Alliance title at the Massachusetts State […]

By Elizabeth Sekkes Comment Staff For many Bridgewater State University students, it has been a difficult journey to make throughout the last four years toward graduation. Many obstacles presented themselves, causing the amiable endeavor of earning a bachelor’s degree to be no easy task. To the GLBT student community, this sentiment could not be more […]

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Junior Kayla Lemay is next in line as The Comment's Editor-in-Chief.

By Elizabeth Sekkes Comment Staff   The Comment staff will have a new Editor-in-Chief for the 2014-2015 academic year, as junior Kayla Lemay takes over at the helm. Beginning last April, Lemay has worked at The Comment as an opinion writer and the General Assignments Editor writing for primarily the news and opinion sections. Covering […]

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BSU student Paul Ellis sprints to the finish line at last year's race.

By Elizabeth Sekkes Comment Staff   Bridgewater State University student veteran Paul Ellis is gearing up for another mission. On July 19, Ellis will run in the fifth annual Run to Home Base event, which offers aid to returning Afghanistan and Iraq veterans and their families, as they cope with trauma related obstacles, such as […]

The Bridgewater State University women's lacrosse team is off and running as they ride a four game winning streak into the MASCAC Tournament. Jeremy Foote - Photo.

By AJ Pascuzzo Comment Staff The Bridgewater State University women’s lacrosse team means business this year. The Lady Bears are rolling into the postseason with high hopes in obtaining their second straight Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) Tournament championship. The Lady Bears clinched the MASCAC regular season title and number one seed in the […]

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Bridgewater State University Police were kept busy during last week's Springfest event.

By Kayla Lemay Comment Staff Springfest is known for its events – the carnival, the comedians, and more. It is also known for the parties. In response to the amount of possible large scale parties this past weekend, Bridgewater State University police were out in full force, or so it appeared to students. The Plymouth […]

It's been a season of bad bounces for the Bridgewater State University as they had just their second losing season since 1986. Jeremy Foote - Photo.

By Greg Dudek Comment Staff Tough times and losing records do not come often for the Bridgewater State University baseball team. But even when facing adversity, the Bears still find a way to move forward. Despite a losing regular season, the Bears managed to find a way into the postseason with a doubleheader sweep of […]

A real doctor would not diagnose someone with bipolar disorder over minor troubles in life, so claiming someone is bipolar could be incorrect. Photo by The Clinical Psychologist's Bookshelf, used under Creative Commons license.

By Christina Fazio Comment Staff As educated college students, one would expect we use intelligible language appropriate and reflective of our scholastic achievement. Out of all the vocabulary words we have acquired over the years, for some unjustified reason we sometimes find ourselves using a variety of psychological disorders in place of adjectives to describe […]

Rocky plays dead while students, and his dog friend Sadie, look on.

By Kayla Lemay Comment Staff If you ask students who have a pet at home, they would tell you that seeing their pet’s excitement whenever they visit is heartwarming and happy. A lot of people even agree that spending quality time with their pets helps them feel a sense of security and relaxation. Animals have […]


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