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.