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July 17, 2017

Bathrooms are essential to the design of any building, and the LGBTQ rights movement has brought gender-specific bathrooms into the national spotlight. But even if you do not identify as LGBTQ, all-gender bathrooms might affect you, too. Here are a few reasons why.

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by Meredith Mason  May 4, 2017

The Spring Day concert had just ended when Christopher Mancuso ’20 spotted two celebrities on the Bentley campus and whipped out his iPhone. This is the story of how his photo became an Internet sensation.

TOPICS: Campus Life, News
by Meredith Mason  April 28, 2017

As a varsity athlete in high school, Malakhai Pearson focused on sports and classwork, with little time for creative pursuits. That all changed during his first year at Bentley.

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by Meredith Mason  April 21, 2017

President Gloria Larson rang the Nasdaq closing bell on April 20, 2017, to honor Bentley’s centennial year.

TOPICS: News, Campus Life, Alumni
by Meredith Mason  April 20, 2017

Bentley President Gloria Larson joined Bloomberg Radio’s Cory Johnson and guest experts to talk about which factors students and their families should focus on in the final weeks leading up to decision time so they can find the best college match.

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by Meredith Mason  March 16, 2017

Three Bentley teams participated in the national American Collegiate Moot Court Association competition in Tampa, Florida in early January. The teams had their best performance since 2012.

by Caroline Cruise March 15, 2017

Brooke Jameson ’19 never planned to join the Bentley family, but as soon as she visited campus she knew it was home. She follows in the footsteps of her parents, Ed ’85 and Megan (Zielinski) ’85.

Patch January 25, 2017

Bentley's Dresses to Dreams organization partnered with Chipotle to raise money for underprivileged teens in the greater Boston area to attend their prom.

by Meredith Mason January 5, 2017

For many students, getting around campus at Bentley University can be an uphill battle—literally.

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Waltham News Tribune January 2, 2017

Bentley’s Pax Populi program, a group of students that teach English to students in Afghanistan through an online school, is highlighted by Philosophy Professor Robert McNulty.