WALTHAM, Mass.- Bentley undergraduates have raised nearly $60,000 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital as a result of the 2003-2004 Up 'til Dawn fund-raising program. They will present a check to the hospital on Friday, March 26 during the college's annual Midnight Madness festivities.
In her first novel, Barbara Paul-Emile draws from her Jamaican roots to capture the rich mystical and cultural heritage of her childhood in the Caribbean.
One of Bentley's greatest strengths is the avenue in which the real world meets the classroom. Giving students the chance to balance theory with practice when considering and discovering the "big picture," the Center for Marketing Technology (CMT) has continued that intersection this spring with its Executive Speaker Series.
MANCHESTER, N.H.- Barbara Stevens, the winningest women's basketball coach in Division II and New England history, notched her 500th win as Bentley College's coach as the Falcons topped Southern New Hampshire University, 63-55 in Northeast-10 Conference action Tuesday night at the SNHU Field House.
On February 2, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow but whether his prediction of six more weeks of winter proves true or not, February is definitely the month when winter begins to feel interminable and the threat of cabin fever rises from moderate to severe.
WALTHAM, Mass.- Mary Pratt of the Boston Business Journal recently featured Bentley's Winer Accounting Center for Electronic Learning and Business Measurement (ACELAB) and the work being done there to prepare students for the new CPA exam requirements. To read the entire article, click here.
Immediately after he was introduced, keynote speaker Edward Dugger III had a confession to make. "Most of what you just heard is not true," he joked. "I made up a few things, given the high-profiled speakers you've had here in the past."