By James Galvin Comment Staff   The Boston Bruins in recent years have become relevant again when it comes to competing for a Stanley Cup Championship. In fact, they won the Stanley Cup in 2011, and went to the finals again in 2013. However, this year, something isn’t quite right. It’s hard to find a […]

Josh Goehring, one of nine members of the men's BSU indoor track & field team to receive All New England honors, sprints forward in the 600 meter race. Photo courtesy of BSUBears.com.

By Brendan Coughlin Sports Editor   Bridgewater State’s men’s track team finished fifth in team scoring amongst all DIII New England indoor track teams. This past weekend at Springfield College, the BSU men had nine athletes earn All-New England honors at the 2015 Division III New England Championships. BSU’s Head Coach of Men’s track & […]

BSU seniors Rachel Kusz, Jillian Sedlier, Melissa Daigle, Megan Boutilette and their families were all smiles on Senior night as they defeated Salem St. 74-63. Photo courtesy of BSUBears.com.

By Kevin Burke Comment Contributor   The Bridgewater State University Women’s Basketball team won their final regular season game last Tuesday, 74-63, against fellow MASCAC division squad, Salem State. The seniors were recognized at mid-court before the game, and went out in style as their final regular season game was a success. The final score […]

BSU Men's Seniors stand at mid-court with their family members to celebrate the end of their careers. The Bears finish with a 17-7 (9-2 MASCAC) record. Photo courtesy of BSUBears.com.

By AJ Pascuzzo Comment Staff   With another successful season, the Bridgewater State University men’s basketball team is heading back to the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) Tournament. Jumping off the season in non-conference play at 6-5, the Bears had a very unique start to their season. Beating, at the time, nationally ranked Massachusetts […]

Graphic by Stephanie Janeczek.

Dear Kevin,   Due to all the snow we’ve had recently, me and my friends have been throwing a lot of snowballs at each other. It started off fun but sometimes they won’t stop even after I tell them to. Some of the snowballs have ice in them and they really hurt. What should I […]

Graphic by Rae Belanger.
Graphic by Rae Belanger.

By Kevin Burke Comment Contributor   If you’re one of those people that can’t enjoy an old time black and white movie, then you probably need to move to New York for a year to “find” yourself because your life is in shambles. I say that because this week’s movie review is of The Apartment […]

Snowmounds cover the once easily reachable sidewalks to most pedestrians in Bridgewater. Photo by Kayla Lemay.

By Kayla Lemay Editor-in-Chief By now, everyone is sick of the snow. Sick of looking at it, sick of thinking about it, sick of hearing about it. And commuters, especially, are sick of attempting to get to campus in it. Driving to campus is certainly one facet of commuting – driving when the roads are […]

By Shawn Potter Opinion Editor   If you are a college student who enjoys using social media, listen up. Have you ever wondered if there was a website that could connect you to professionals all around you? Well there is, and it’s called LinkedIn. Not only is this program easy to use, but it is […]

By Molly Bello Comment Columnist   What do you get when you cross the Spice Girls and The Brady Bunch? Fall/Winter Fashion Week, that’s what. Fashion “Month” begins at Lincoln Center in New York City. Shows and presentations are held all day, and into the night. After New York, shows in London, Milan, and Paris […]

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