Matt Green. Photo courtesy of Michael Holbrook.

BSU Bears of the Week Staff Report   Male Bear of the Week- Matt Green, Senior BSU, Varsity Football   Green led the Bears on Saturday night to an exciting 51-27 victory on the road against Worcester State. The electric runner was able to tally over 300 all-purpose yards in the game. Green made his […]

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By Chris Medeiros Sports Editor   It was another exciting weekend for fantasy players in the Week 3 slate of NFL games. Similar to most weeks in the fantasy world, there were plenty of surprises and disappoints alike. The Comment will provide our readers with a weekly breakdown of the past week’s fantasy performances, from […]

Green, number 15, bursts past defenders and follows key blocks for a big-time punt return. Photo courtesy of Michael Holbrook.

By Brendan Coughlin Comment Contributor     Bridgewater State was successful in their first conference matchup of the season with Worcester State. The Bears rose to a 51-27 victory to open up MASCAC play this year. The high-scoring affair would be the tenth consecutive win against WSU (The last time WSU defeated BSU was the […]

By Tamas Bodrog Comment Staff   The women’s tennis team is off to a flying start this season. They are leading 4-1 on the scoreboard with there two most recent victories coming against Salem Street and Western Connecticut, respectively. But what is the secret behind all the achievements? Coach John Nestel, who is going into […]

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By John Pinto Comment Contributor   The Oakland Raiders haven’t won a game in New England since 1994, and the trend continued Sunday afternoon. The Patriots performance this week was in no way perfect but as usual, they found a way to pull away with a 16-9 win. The Pats improve their record to 2-1, […]

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Trash such as water bottles, food wrappers, and fruit peels can be found all across campus. Photo by Christina Oullette.

By Shawn Potter Comment Contributor   As the world moves more and more to cleaner energy, so has our campus. Several Big Belly solar powered trash and recyclable dispensers have been placed in several areas on campus. These machines are located near the exit and main entrance of the Science and Technology Building. They are […]

By Kayla Lemay Editor-in-Chief   On Sunday, September 6th, the New York Times published an article titled “Demanding More From College.” Writer Frank Bruni said that college should not be comfortable, and students should not be trying to stick with a crowd of like-minded individuals. Instead, they should surround themselves with those of different beliefs […]

Posters like this can be found in every residence hall, to remind students about quiet hours. Photo by Christina Oullette.

By Marissa Bean Comment Contributor   What sound do you like to hear when you’re falling asleep? Maybe the sound of the TV lulls you into a deep sleep every night. If you’re like me, you might listen to your roommate talk herself to sleep. But the best sound? Silence. In a college dorm, silence […]

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By Tamas Bodrog Comment Staff   Recently, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (also called ISIS, and mostly composed of Sunni fundamentalists) has executed two American civilians. This was all done in the manner of “serving justice to the people who have evidenced American occupation”. To understand the conflict, In June 2014, most […]


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