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A film about fatherhood written, directed and co-produced and edited by Bentley’s Jeff Stern, was accepted to the Independent Film Festival Boston. Starring Stern and his son Leo, The Morning of Everything is a lyrical short film in which a father envisions the world through the eyes of his three year-old son — an extremely personal expression of Stern’s experiences as a father over the past four years.
Despite cited results from Bentley's PreparedU Project show that millennial workers are lacking in preparedness and are difficult to manage, millennials still make up a substantial twenty three percent of millionaires.
Bentley University celebrates with its women's basketball team as they make history by winning their first national championship.
The Boston Herald puts the spotlight on the Bentley University Falcons who capped their perfect season with an inspiring win at the division II national championship.
PayScale Magazine features an opinion piece from Executive Director of Corporate Relations and Career Services Susan Brennan that examines why Bentley's approach of blending business with the arts and sciences is one solution for preparing millennials to be successful.
Economics Professor Dhaval Dave explains why retiring can be bad for your health.
The New York Times highlights results from Bentley'S PreparedU Project survey, which examines the perceived millennial preparedness gap. This story was picked up by other major news outlets including Marketplace.