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Spring 2013

Artistic Gateway: Mark Miller '90

As owner of Mark Miller Gallery, located in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, the alumnus is always on the hunt for emerging artists. These are promising talents who, with some exposure, could be on the way to greater fame.

“I really love to help the underdog, to give people an opportunity,” he says. “Emerging artists tend to be younger, and one of the goals of the gallery is to find the next great talent and help them along to the next stage.”

The focus of his search might be entirely different, if not for a shipping delay.

Connect and Conquer: Tricia Laursen '87

Let’s say that you’re a typical young professional: rocking the business world by day, hitting the gym at night and, of course, reserving time on the weekends for friends and fun. Then, all of a sudden, you find yourself unusually fatigued, regularly going to bed at 7:00 p.m. for a couple of weeks.

You might blame a way-hectic schedule and never pursue the change further. Big mistake, says Tricia (Scannell) Laursen ’87.

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Brett Gensler ’14 has put up some eye-popping numbers during his time in a Bentley hockey uniform. This season, the winger recorded his 100th career point in just his 88th game — a scoring average that ranks among the national elite.


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