When Taylor Valentine ’00 reflects on his four-year student experience, he is flooded with wonderful memories.
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Identical twins Ryan ’08 and Brendan ’08 Carrigan were born for business. Mom Cindy and dad Joe, both Bentley Class of 1980 accounting grads, were their enthusiastic cultivators.
As legions of beachgoers know, securing your place in the sun can be anything but relaxing. Some can thank Alex Esposito ’09, MBA ’10 for an option that avoids heavy traffic, limited parking and hauling gear over long distances.
When Pauline Callender watched The Little Mermaid in her dorm room at Bentley, she was not thinking about professional opportunities at The Walt Disney Company.
Surviving a heart attack. Beating cancer. Managing diabetes. These outcomes are a reality for many in the United States, which devotes more of its GDP to health care than other nation in the world (17 percent according to the World Health Organization). Meet two women whose leadership of Boston-area hospitals includes keeping people healthy—and out of their emergency rooms.
Although most voters like to think about national elections through the prisms of ideology and partisanship, American politics in the modern era has become a big business.
Blowing into this Midwest city? Local Bentley University alumni advise on what to see, do, hear and eat.
Duane Farrar '83 is a 2015 Blind Sailing World Champion. Learn about how he got there and how he's using his technology background to reimagine the world of blind sailing.
Bentley University alumnus Scott Sheeser '74 tunes pianos for artists like Bruce Springsteen and restores instruments worth upward of $100,000 for the concert stage.
An analysis of the current job market features recent graduate Ashley Federico and Bentley’s career services department.