Professor of Sociology Miriam Boeri discusses the gateway theory regarding marijuana use. Boeri argues that this theory is not the best predictor for further drug use beyond marijuana.
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Miriam Boeri, associate professor of sociology at Bentley, discusses the rhetoric and contoversy surrounding marijuana's reputation as a gateway drug.
Professor of law, taxation, and financial planning Steve Weisman authors this piece on income tax identity theft. Weisman warns that this form of identity theft is not off the table yet.
Professor of Economics, Scott Sumner, discusses recent policies put forth by the Fed, and what their next steps should be.
A Bentley survey is highlighed stating that 67% of millennials say that their career goal is to own their own business.
Photos from Bentley's Dresses to Dreams event are showcased in this gallery. Dresses to Dreams is a student-run initiative run out of Bentley's Multicultural Center.
The PreparedU Project is highlighted for exploring the preparedness gap related to what employers expect and how millennials perform.
Jonathan Wiggins, history major and junior at Bentley, writes a piece about the pride and resilience of the people living in Acton, during the civil war.
Professor and Chair of the Global Studies Department Joni Seager co-authors this piece on the Global Gender Environment Outlook.