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Buses, Barriers and Bias: Social Justice and the MBTA

September 6, 2023
If you’ve ever explored the Greater Boston area, chances are you’ve done so with the MBTA, or Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, New England’s largest public transportation provider. According to Avery Heinz ’23, whether you traveled via subway, bus,…

Securing Success

September 1, 2023
A Greek immigrant, George Manioudakis’s American dream was never for his son Angelo G. Manioudakis ’88 to be a partner at a big firm or become a heart surgeon, but to be the first in their family to get a college education. Angelo did that — and more — and is…

Arriving and Thriving

July 26, 2023
For students who are the first in their families to go to college, that acceptance letter can feel like the entry point to a new life. But once a student enrolls as a Falcon, how is Bentley ensuring they have the resources they need to thrive? It takes…

Suiting Up for Success

June 17, 2023
Calvin Polachek ’23 says that most of his Bentley classmates knew him as “the guy who walked around campus in a cowboy hat.” What they didn’t know? That he sometimes traded the hat for feathery blue headwear as he took on the role of Bentley’s beloved mascot,…

Jailen Branch ’21, MBA ’23 Makes a Play Beyond the Football Gridiron

June 14, 2023
When Jailen Branch ’21, MBA ’23 was looking at colleges where he could play football, he first set his sights on large Division I schools. But when it came to decision time, he relied on some advice that would prepare him to dream beyond the NFL.  “My father…

Ending Gun Violence and Promising Change

June 1, 2023
Each spring, Bentley’s Global Alumni Board sifts through dozens of nominations of outstanding alumni and graduating seniors. The selection is an honor and a privilege, says GAB Chair Keith Singletary ’96, and certainly a highlight of the year. Meet the 2023…

Cultivating Potential

April 26, 2023
Listen to This Article   The cannabis industry ended 2021 with national sales of $25 billion, which experts predict will double by 2026. It employs nearly half a million people in medical and recreational markets across 37 states. It has seen jobs increase by…

Sweet Success

April 26, 2023
Listen to This Article   What do you do when your local celebrity author is also a chocoholic? Vermont’s Lake Champlain Chocolates jumped at the chance to honor Chris Bohjalian with a limited-edition chocolate bar. Green Mountain state native Allyson Haynes…

Smart Moves in Real Estate

April 26, 2023
Listen to This Article   As the real estate market starts to settle down, what will it mean for you as a buyer, seller, renter or investor? We asked Bentley alumni in the field to weigh in. 

Bringing the Heat

April 26, 2023
Listen to This Article One of the first things John Brown ’88 did after moving to Chelsea, Mass., was put in a garden full of peppers. It included the legendarily hot ghost pepper variety.   His kitchen became a lab for perfecting a recipe that, based on his…