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Attention parents, grandparents and other Bentley relatives: This one’s for you. A renewed commitment to connecting parents and families of current students with the campus community is unfolding on several fronts at the university.

In November 1997, Christopher Watts ’03 suffered a spinal injury that left him quadriplegic. Today, he’s busy making a life despite the physical limitations – and working toward the day that he will walk again.

Springtime at Deloitte is tax time. But for senior tax manager Dana Story ’96, ’99 MST, it’s also lax time: the start of another lacrosse season for urban youth in Boston.

History weighed heavy on Jarrod Marchesi ’09 as he took the mound at Bleecker Stadium in Albany, N.Y., this past April.

While pundits hold forth on the global implications of the credit crisis, New Hampshire State Treasurer Catherine (Laffin) Provencher ’85 is using her office to build a better financial future – one saver at a time.

Alumni employees of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and the Deloitte Foundation have successfully completed a $500,000 fund-raising campaign to support the renovated Bentley Library. 

There’s a window on the second floor of the Bentley Library that overlooks the Waltham neighborhood where Joseph Romanowski ’87 grew up, and where his parents still reside.

Bentley inaugurated its seventh, and first female, president on Friday, March 28, with upward of a thousand guests on hand for the historic occasion. Trustee chairman J.

Bookended by good works and academic pageantry, a three-day tribute to service and leadership drew hundreds to Bentley this spring.

Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Professor of Marketing Rajendra Sisodia comments on an appearance by the Dalai Lama at the Seeds of Compassion conference in Seattle, Wash.