Stephanie Dawber EIC

Shawn Potter Opinion Editor The Comment will be welcoming it’s new Editor-in-Chief in the fall, Stephanie Dawber, the present News Editor for The Comment. She will be filling the shoes of Kayla Lemay, a senior who will be graduating from BSU. Dawber double majors in English with a concentration in Writing and Writing Studies and […]

By Emma Johansen-Hewitt Comment Staff Who do you go to when something bad happens? Who do you talk to when you need help or advice? When you’re in a potentially dangerous situation? Many students on campus have mentors on campus, who they feel comfortable talking to when they need guidance. However, there are some faculty […]

By Stephanie Dawber News Editor International US accuses Russia of violating Ukraine truce The US has accused Russia of deploying more air defense systems in Ukraine in breach of a ceasefire deal. According to the BBC, “The state department also said Russia was involved in training separatist forces in the area and building up its […]

By Stephanie Dawber News Editor Now that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been found guilty on every count, the Mass. jury must decide whether Tsarnaev should live or die for the Boston Marathon bombing. Several students attending Bridgewater State University are at a divide on whether Tsarnaev should spend his life behind bars. Heidi Belanger, a senior […]

Hot Mess

By Shawn Potter Opinion Editor Over the past few years, the residential hall directors have collaborated with Housing Operations at BSU to try and create a solution to the amount of damages that occur in the residential halls. Since 2014, the Hot Mess campaign has been in effect in the residential halls to try and […]

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Kevin Burke, Staff Writer– For this week’s Netflix Movie Review, I chose to watch the 1939 classic, Gone with the Wind, starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh, and based on the Margaret Mitchell novel of the same name. Now, I want to preface this review by saying that Gone with the Wind is 238 minutes—nearly […]

Tobin's style has many different inspirations. Photo courtesy of Maggie Tobin.

By Molly Bello Comment Columnist I’ve known senior English major Maggie Tobin since freshman year here at Bridgewater State University. I’ve always admired her personal style and ability to bring fun and interesting fashion to school everyday. Maggie is truly an individual when it comes to style. She looks at trends and makes them her […]

Technology can be a great money-saving tool. Photo by Brooke Bigda.

By Brooke Bigda Comment Columnist Speaking as a shopping addict, I know how difficult the struggle is when shopping retail. Whether you’re out doing errands or on the computer doing homework, it’s so hard not to look into a window or browse online to see all the new styles and brands you want but cannot […]

By Molly Bello Comment Columnist It’s about relationships. It’s about the hilarious, dysfunctional relationships everyone has in their own families. It’s a look into how families work, through a serious lens, a tender lens, and a comical lens. The Marriage of Bette and Boo premieres Fri., April 24 at 8 p.m. in the RCC auditorium. […]

Sophomore standout Kelly McCarthy (#2), who serves as both the ace of the pitching staff and a clean-up hitter, playing first base on her off days, ropes the ball.

By Brendan Coughlin Sports Editor With the postseason on the horizon, Bridgewater State University softball will have to prove themselves worthy as the preseason favorite in the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC). Only two games remain in conference play for the Bears, as they sit in third place, two games behind both Worcester State […]

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