The Black United Body fashion show, organized and put on by students, provides an outlet for students' fashion creativity and highlights on-campus diversity at Bentley.
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TOPIC: Campus Life
In 1986, Earl Avery came to Bentley as the new equal opportunity officer.
Charlie ’19 and Isabela ’22 Deichmann have known academic life a lot longer than most undergraduates. For that they can thank their father.
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.
A look at Bentley students' residences through the decades.
“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.”
Peterson Toscano shared his life story and observations with more than 150 students and staff in the Koumantzelis Auditorium.
The university hosts a discussion among students, alumni, faculty and staff about the value of resiliency and how failure can be a springboard to success.
Bentley's 33rd annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration honored diversity pioneer Dr. Earl Avery, who is retiring after more than three decades at the university.
Bentley is featured for its efforts to show students the value of failure. Sheila Atiemo ’20 shares her struggle when an accounting class doesn't go as planned. Director of the Counseling Center, Peter Forkner, talks about why there’s no shame in failure.