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Students Donate Belongings at Bentley’s Give ’N Go Program

May 24, 2022
As the academic year draws to a close at universities and colleges across the country, a mass exodus of students leaving campus can produce a lot of congestion — and a lot of waste. But this month, as students moved out of Bentley’s Waltham campus, they had an…

Calculus and Curtain Calls

May 24, 2022
She’s been cast as a Pakistani grandmother, as the non-binary romantic partner of a woman with terminal cancer and as Charon, Pluto’s largest moon. But for Mita Das, her favorite role is one she plays off stage: A college professor passionate about teaching…

A Culture of Belonging

May 11, 2022
Ysanel Luciano ’22 is a first-generation student majoring in Management with a concentration in Human Resources (HR) Management. She is a diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) advocate and is a member of cultural organizations such as La Cultura Latina and…

Feeling Blue? Fetch Sergeant Bartkus and Blue the Comfort Dog

May 10, 2022
Over the course of an average semester on a college campus, students experience a wide range of emotions as class assignments are due, internship deadlines approach, social circles change and professional developments are made. When these ups and downs lead to…

Bentley’s Spring Day Returns with Double-Headliner Concert

May 9, 2022
Concert headliners Diplo and Jack Harlow hyped a crowd of more than 3,000 Bentley students who spent the afternoon on their feet at Spring Day — this year back in person after a COVID hiatus. Already out of their seats and dancing to DJ Diplo’s house music,…

Bentley Community Shows Pride in First In-Person Rainbow Graduation 

May 6, 2022
Graduating seniors, friends, professors and university staff gathered for the first in-person Rainbow Graduation ceremony for graduating LGBTQ+ students. Celebratory cheers broke out as names were read and students proudly received their rainbow cords to place…

Is Ecofeminism the Answer to the Climate Crisis?

May 5, 2022
When talking about the climate crisis, Susan Dobscha says, metaphors matter.   As a Marketing professor, Dobscha understands better than most how language can influence public opinion and consumer behavior. And in a new chapter in “The Routledge Companion to…

Bentley Students Keep ‘Prom-ises’ with Dresses to Dreams Initiative

April 28, 2022
Prom — one of the most anticipated events for high school students — is more than just a dance. And choosing a prom dress, to many young women, symbolizes an important milestone on their journey to adulthood. As prom season approaches yet again this year,…

Kimiya Kim ’22 Takes on the Case for Racial Justice

April 27, 2022
Kimiya Kim ’22 came to Bentley in 2019 with a plan: graduate with an Economics-Finance major to prepare for law school and a career in corporate law. But in 2020, following the murder of George Floyd, Kim was moved to change focus, taking social justice…

Annual Interfaith Day of Service Provides Food for the Soul

April 15, 2022
Throughout history, humans have grappled with food insecurity. Today, despite considerable innovations in agriculture and technology, the inability for many to consistently access and afford adequate amounts of food remains a significant global — and national…