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First Person: John Collins '69, H '02

Issue: Centennial

One of my most vivid memories is from my freshman year, in 1964.

First Person: Rae D. Anderson '35

Issue: Centennial

Rae D. Anderson was instrumental in building today's Bentley. In an excerpt from an interview in 1992, he shares his reflections about the early years.

First Person: Alexander Zampieron, P '05

Issue: Centennial

Professor Zampieron began teaching at Bentley in 1964. In Fall 2016, he returned to teach a class and had butterflies on the first day.

Accounting Then & Now

Issue: Centennial

The year 1917 marks a centennial not only for Bentley, but also for the nationally standardized Certified Public Accountant exam. As the discipline upon which the school was founded and the only subject taught continuously for the institution’s whole existence, accounting holds a special place in Bentley’s past, present and future. Here, seven faculty members talk about teaching and scholarship in accounting today and changes they have seen through the years.

A Vision and a Leap of Faith

Issue: Centennial

The institution we know as Bentley University began quite humbly as a school of accounting and finance.

Back for Good

Issue: Centennial

Bentley trustee and principal of Massry Realty Partners/Tri City Rentals Norman Massry ’78, P ’08 ’09 shares why he believes in Bentley.

Call of Duty

Issue: Centennial

It’s an exciting time to give to Bentley, according to Steven and Christine (Smith) Manfredi, both Class of 1973 graduates and parents to Laura ’10.

Student Life: Moments & Memories

Issue: Centennial

From Wednesday night bowling leagues to pizza bagels and mozzarella sticks, alumni through the years share their favorite Bentley student life memories.

Academics: Moments & Memories

Issue: Centennial

From courses and professors to the best (and worst) excuses for missing class, alumni share their favorite academic memories.

First Person: Don LeBlanc

Issue: Centennial

In my years working on the grounds, I saw both the university and my department change so much. The campus of course continued getting larger and larger, with new buildings going up. Naturally, our department grew too.

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