The Bowles Performing Arts Series at Bentley University kicks off its season with Redline, a men’s a cappella group based in Boston, on Wednesday, November 16, at 6:30 p.m. in Wilder Pavilion (Adamian Academic Center) on the Bentley campus, 175 Forest Street in Waltham, Mass.
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Bentley placed second in the regional 2011 College Fed Challenge, an annual monetary policy debate competition for undergraduate college students, held on November 9 and sponsored by the Federal Reserve System and select regional Federal Reserve districts.
Associate Professor of History Cyrus Veeser comments on the strengths and weakness of the Occupy Boston movement.
On November 3, students in Ellen Miseo’s Consumer Chemistry course visited Analytical Answers, Inc. in Woburn, Mass. Analytical Answers is one of the largest independently owned microanalysis, surface characterization and failure analysis laboratories in the United States.
Neil Wollman, senior fellow at the Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility, argues that we should "applaud the Occupy Movement" for bringing the inequality in society to public attent
President Larson and student Sarah Benson 11' BS, MBA '12, joined an impressive cast of speakers and performers at the inaugural TEDx New England held at the WGBH studios.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner explains to the WSJ why and how the Federal Reserve ought to be far more aggressive in stimulating the US economy.
Bentley is praised for initiating a graduation pledge where students commit to social and environmental responsibility in any future career.