If you were on campus in the ’70s and ’80s, you surely noticed Richard Swanson, P ’82 walking to class, a head above everyone else.
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Christine Reighley loves Maine like it’s her job. And for all intents and purposes, it is.
The way Bruce Fenton ’06 sees it, blockchain technology and its best-known application, Bitcoin, will revolutionize the future of money.
It’s probably no surprise that sports is big business, but do you know just how big?
Gleaming walls of glass stretch skyward. A contoured concrete façade animated with flecks of mica simulates skate blades on ice. More than 400 linear feet of LED lights reflect off the soaring roofline, beacons of blue as night falls.
When most alumni “suit up” for work, they button up their blazer — Andrew Blum ’06 included.
You started Seacoast Sweets in a dorm room. How did it happen?
Kirstyn Pearl ’10: I never had this idea to build a chocolate empire.
After five decades at Bentley, his story is well-known — his mentorship, beloved.
Admitted during WWI, the first women to graduate were Mary Gallagher ’23, Josephine Mahoney ’22 and Frances Sargent ’22 (pictured top left).