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Compassion at Our Core

April 1, 2020

A commitment to students is inherent in any university mission, but the swift surge of support for the Emergency Assistance Fund in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic proved Bentley truly puts this value above all — now more than ever.

Legally Ours Wins 10K in Changemaker Challenge

March 27, 2020

Editor's note: Events and achievements noted in this story predate COVID-19. Growing up, Sneha Durairaj ’22 would develop arguments for anything from an allowance increase to swim lessons, making her case using her parents’ past comments as “evidence” for her…

How Politics Impeded America’s Response to COVID-19

March 26, 2020

Professor Rob DeLeo explains why elected officials choose to react to crises instead of preventing them Most Americans are familiar with Benjamin Franklin’s celebrated axiom: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound…

Online Classes Begin at Bentley

March 25, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic began spreading across the nation, American colleges and universities reacted, closing campuses and transitioning students from classroom instruction to online learning. For Bentley, the shift to online education took effect on Monday…,

The Man Behind the Mascot

February 10, 2020

Above: Ailani unmasked in the Flex the Falcon uniform in the Bentley Arena. Photo by Kevin Maguire. Aman Ailani ˊ20 is clearly passionate about sports media. In 2018, he launched a sports journalism website, Khilari Sports, as a platform for athletes to share…

Wall Street Boot Camp

February 6, 2020

Above: Program founder Abubakr Dumbuya ’07 (left) with participants Yuening Lyu ’22 and Cameron Tierney ’22. Photo by Kevin Maguire. Investment banks are changing the way they find young talent: Recruiting at an elite list of target colleges is giving way to…

Mining Data to Help the Homeless

February 4, 2020

         Professor Monica Garfield
On any given day, approximately 20,000 people in Massachusetts — and more than 560,000 nationwide — experience homelessness. And while not having a home to call your own is challenging in any season,…

Memorial Service to Celebrate the Life of Max Evensen ’20

January 23, 2020

     Max Evensen '20
The Bentley community will gather on Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 2:00 p.m. to remember Max Evensen ’20. The celebration of life, to take place in Koumantzelis Auditorium, will offer students, faculty and staff the…

Bentley Introduces Office of Gender and Sexuality Student Programs

January 16, 2020

A new Office of Gender and Sexuality Student Programs will focus on gender equity and LGBTQ+ programming to provide a welcoming and supportive environment for students around gender and sexuality.The new office will be part of the university’s Student Equity…

In the Land of Fire and Ice

January 13, 2020

Above: Students and professors stop for a photo while hiking the Falljökull glacier on Iceland's southeastern coast. While Wall Street may be the road on the minds of many Bentley students, Iceland’s Ring Road was the one 14 students visited to study…