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Casablanca Capstone

June 3, 2019

As a high school student, Hannah Rauch ’19 never imagined doing research in college — let alone presenting it in a country halfway across the world. But that’s what she did in presenting her Honors Program capstone research at the International Conference on…

Bentley University Book Party Celebrates Faculty Authors

May 16, 2019

A gallery of books and articles published by Bentley faculty during the 2018-2019 academic year was on display as the community came together for the university’s annual book party. The event was sponsored by the Dean of Business, the Dean of Arts and Sciences…

Setting the Stage for Inclusion

May 6, 2019

“Inclusion” is an important piece of not only the Black United Body annual fashion show but also a big part of what Bentley’s Black United Body student organization stands for.  “I’ve come to understand the history of not just the fashion show but the Black…

Honoring Earl Avery

April 12, 2019

For 33 years, the ‘voice to help all students be heard’ In 1986, Earl Avery came to Bentley as the new equal opportunity offi­cer. He walked onto a campus where, as a friend had warned him, “no one looks like you.”…

Geography of the Heart

April 10, 2019

Charlie ’19 and Isabela ’22 Deichmann have known academic life a lot longer than most undergraduates. For that they can thank their father. “When I was a PhD student, I would strap Charlie into the BabyBjörn and teach class,” explains Associate Professor Joel…

My First-Gen Story: Peterson Philippe ’20

April 9, 2019

I grew up in Cambridge in a Haitian household, with my mother, an older sister and two younger sisters. We’re all ­five years apart.

From eighth grade through high school graduation, I was part of Cambridge Housing Authority’s Workforce program, which taught low-income teens life and job skills. We had the opportunity to choose a technical path or academic route in higher education. I had a good idea of what I wanted to do after high school — something business-related — but I couldn’t put a name to it. The Workforce program introduced me to specialized areas of business.

What Happens When Diverse Identities Intersect at Work

April 9, 2019

Inclusive workplaces recognize the importance of intersectionality, or the unique ways that employees’ diverse, multifaceted identities come together to impact their lived experiences both in and outside of work. This is according to a curated research report…

Family Pride

April 8, 2019

“We’re not as bold to experiment when grades are on the line, but in student organizations you have nothing to lose when you speak up and let your voice be heard.”

David LeClair ’11 lived by his word. President of PRIDE (People Respecting Individuality and Diversity) and the Green Society. Chair of the Bentley Student Diversity Council. A trustee scholar and Honors Program student. He majored in Management and Liberal Studies, with a concentration in Earth, Environment and Global Sustainability.

The Falcon Files

April 8, 2019

A look at Bentley students' residences through the decades.

Comedic Artist and Climate Change Activist Performs for Students

April 5, 2019

“As a white guy growing up in America, I was under the impression that any door I knocked on was going to open,” said Peterson Toscano. “To suddenly discover that this door was slammed shut [because of my sexuality] was a bit shocking.” Toscano shared his…