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As a student, Madison Malloy ’05 dreamed of a job on Wall Street.
“Coding means to tell a computer what to do.”
“There aren’t enough women in business,” observes Jenn Gaudet ’00, a partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in Boston.
When Bill Torrey first stepped on Bentley’s campus, the last thing on his mind was becoming a vice president for University Advancement — again.
For Kevin Rowley ’05, life’s a jam session — on stage and on patrol.
Bentley’s original Classroom Building — renamed in 1997 to honor the generosity of Gary Jennison ’66, H ’98 — went back online in January after a seven-month makeover.
Spotting royals is hardly the only thing to do in this city across the pond.
The statistic that best summarizes why business and health care must join forces may be this one: The United States spends more on health care by far than any other country, but ranks 42nd in global life expectancy.
A Rare Impact on Improving Lives
From the moment he was born, Bodhi Bhattarai was charming and inquisitive, talking early and winning over strangers with a big smile.
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