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April 25, 2000

  WHO: Bentley College and MacArthur Elementary School

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April 3, 2000

6643 JANUSZ NEL SIEDLECKI 75817 KRYSTYN OLSZEWSKI 119198 TADEUSZ BOROWSKI "This book is difficult and terrible, as terrible as only a crime committed against a person can be." 191250 ANATOL GIRS, 1946

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April 2, 2000

  WALTHAM, MA- U.S. News & World Report has named two Bentley College programs among the best in the country in its Best Graduate Schools 2001 edition, it was announced on March 31. Bentley's graduate program in Entrepreneurship is ranked #20 nationwide, and the graduate program in Management Information Systems is #25 among America?s top colleges and universities.

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March 14, 2000

WALTHAM, MASS.- Bentley College commencement speakers have been announced for the undergraduate and graduate ceremonies on Saturday, May 20. Senator Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) will speak at Bentley College's 81st Undergraduate Commencement at 10:00 a.m., and will receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree.

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March 14, 2000

  WALTHAM, Mass.- Bentley College announces three Camp Bentley summer business camps for high school students, including two new for 2000: Get Wired, Get Hired; Wall Street 101; and the Leadership Institute. The one-week residential summer programs, held on the Bentley College campus in Waltham, Mass., combine learning and fun, adding a captivating twist to business and technology.

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March 14, 2000

  WALTHAM, MASS.- The Bentley College Bowles Performing Arts Series presents Russian pianist Inna Heifetz in Lindsay Auditorium on Wednesday, March 22, at 7:30 p.m. The performance is open to the public.

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February 17, 2000

  WALTHAM- Hungarian Ambassador to the United States Geza Jeszenszky will be the keynote speaker on Thursday, March 2 at a Bentley College conference on "Ten Years After the Fall of Communism." The program, which will be held from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in Lindsay Auditorium, is free and open to the public.

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