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by Meredith Mason  November 9, 2016

Bentley recognizes its faculty, staff and student awards and honors.

TOPICS: Recognition
by Meredith Mason  November 8, 2016

For the second time in four seasons, the Bentley University hockey team is headed back to Fenway Park to take part in Capital One Frozen Fenway.

TOPICS: Athletics, News
USA Today November 5, 2016

Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman discusses Medicare scams to look out for this season.

TOPICS: Media Coverage
November 4, 2016

Though technology has drastically changed how we travel, one thing remains the same: tourists still value the printed brochures available around the world.

TOPICS: News, Research
by Leigh Gasper November 4, 2016

Bentley is much more than a school to alumni. It is a living, breathing community with heart and purpose, pride and ambition, personality and big dreams. Every day, in their workplaces, homes and communities, alumni demonstrate what it means to hold a Bentley degree … and why that is a powerful asset in today’s world.

by Susan Brennan November 4, 2016

Even though the term “job placement” has come in and out of vogue in higher education over the decades, it has always been part of the philosophy at Bentley. The commitment to help graduates find rewarding and meaningful work goes back to our founder himself.

by Jennifer Skuce-Spira  November 3, 2016

Putting a career on hold for graduate study can make for some anxious moments. Frances Karandy, MBA ’04, MSHFID ’05 took the plunge in 2002, while living and working in Boston after receiving a BA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

by Jennifer Wright '16 November 3, 2016

Harry Bentley loved all sports, everything from baseball to horseback riding. He was even known to do gymnastics on the Boston Common during his lunch breaks.

by Richard Lipe '77  November 3, 2016

There are reports of a football game that occurred against MIT when what was then the Bentley School of Accounting and Finance was only a couple of years old. And there’s a picture of a basketball team from the early 1930s. But for most of the first half-century in Bentley’s history, the only organized sport at the school was candlepin bowling on Wednesday afternoons

by Jennifer Wright '16  November 3, 2016

Study and work were the predominant student activities for most of Bentley’s first 40 years. The Boston campus lacked spaces to gather other than smoking lounges.