History professor Cliff Putney is among the historians offering their knowledgeable opinions on how the late John F. Kennedy would have handled the extremely controversial social movements that began just before his passing.
Bentley's students played a key role in helping New England Patriots players, New England Revolution players, students from Brandeis University and members of the UnitedHealthcare staff build a playground at the soon-to-be-opened Prospect Hill Terrance Community Center. View photos here.
Bert and John Jacobs, co-founders of Life is good, receive rave reviews for their unconventional Commencement speech during which they threw frisbees representing "superpowers" such as gratitude and courage and wrote a special song for graduates reminding them to "let it fly."
Bentley Commencement is the subject of a feature story, in particular Red Sox CEO Larry Lucchino's inspiring words encouraging graduates "not to let the overflow of information deaden their intuition."
A Waltham restaurant guide will be published thanks in part to recommendations from Bentley students who, as part of a recent project to help improve business on Waltham's Main Street, suggested getting the word out to college students about the many local dining options.
A senior honors capstone course led by Professor Charlie Hadlock spent a semester researching and analyzing Waltham's Main Street and is highlighted for presenting well-organized and implementable recommendations to the city.