Clear eyes. Wings spread. Talons firmly planted. The newest addition to the Bentley campus is a soon-to-be iconic sculpture of the university’s beloved mascot. The falcon was commissioned to honor the centennial and was installed on May 8 behind the library.
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TOPIC: Giving Back
The idea was cooked up over breakfast one day by Peter Cowie ’81, P ’10 and David Splaine ’81: create an endowed class scholarship — the first of its kind at Bentley — in honor of their 35th reunion.
It’s an exciting time to give to Bentley, according to Steven and Christine (Smith) Manfredi, both Class of 1973 graduates and parents to Laura ’10.
Bentley trustee and principal of Massry Realty Partners/Tri City Rentals Norman Massry ’78, P ’08 ’09 shares why he believes in Bentley.
The CWB's Dresses to Dreams (D2D) student-run program is featured on Waltham's local cable channel WCAC.
Her mom passed away when she was 11; her father when she was 18. And yet, when you meet Olivia Corriveau ’18, you see a quiet determination that shines as brightly as her infectious smile — and she can’t help but see her Bentley life in gains, not losses.
There’s a small room in the Rauch Administration Center papered in a riot of color. “When you work odd hours making calls around the world, you need a way to relax on break,” says Liam Clifford ’17.
For so many Bentley donors, their gifts are founded on trust — and transformational goals.
“We’ve never heard of ‘business ethics.’” The grant refusal by the National Endowment for the Humanities came swiftly and spoke volumes of the times: It was 1974 and the country under President Richard Nixon was in the thick of the Watergate scandal.