Falcon Society inducts twelve new members

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By Michaela Stephenson On April 23, 2014, Bentley University inducted twelve new members to the prestigious Falcon Society. This year’s new members include, Aaron Pinet, Michael Mazmanian, Aradhana Kaul, Andrew Gosselin, Christiana Bakolas, Jeffrey Breault, Marcie Dineen, Olga Frech, Tammie Vicente, Olivia Leclair, Julie DeLongchamp and Ma-kirah Wilkerson. The twelve were honored at an induction [...]

AEPi to host Music for Boston

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BY SAI HE You’ve no doubt noticed the numerous flyers around campus, not to mention the giant banner currently hanging atop the Student Center stairs. However, what exactly is the Music 4 Boston concert being held next Thursday, April 27, in the EDR? Here to tell us about the event is the ambitious man behind [...]

CONTEMPLATING MACRO – Cynical Infrastructure Spending

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Al-Mahdi Ebsim It seems that if the government is ever going to spend money on something, it’s going to be expensive. It just seems that too often, rent seeking occurs rather than actually productivity. Currently a lot of American infrastructure is deteriorating. This includes roads, highways, waterways, bridges, etc. The public works of the nation [...]

APO presents Harvey

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By Jess hughes & Greeshma Rajeev Alpha Psi Omega, Bentley’s chapter of a national theater organization, recently just put on another great show for the campus to enjoy. Harvey was performed on Wednesday, April 16 through Friday, April 18 and captured the attention of many of our students, whether they were involved in the production, [...]

Praise to Accepted Students Day

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The majority of the past Vanguard editions this semester have had editorials consisting of rants and things we found annoying. This week though, we thought we’d be more positive. After all, it is our last edition till fall, and we were feeling happy! Accepted Students day was a day that the Bentley community can agree [...]

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT – JOE HARK

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MAJOR: Corporate Finance & Accounting HOME TOWN: Sparta, New jersey What are your goals for this year? One of the things I have wanted to do since I came to Bentley is to go to a Red Sox game. I’m hoping I can get to one before graduation. What are you involved in at Bentley? [...]

NOTES FROM ABROAD – Milan, Italy

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What will you miss most about being abroad? Can you offer any advice to someone who is going abroad? Lorraine Mumby The constant change of scenery and the old and beautiful architecture are two things I’ll miss most about being abroad. I will also have the urge to speak Italian with no reason to speak [...]

Bentley News

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  • Falcon Society inducts twelve new members

    By Michaela Stephenson On April 23, 2014, Bentley University inducted twelve new members to the prestigious Falcon Society. This year’s new members include, Aaron Pinet, [...]

  • NOTES FROM ABROAD – Milan, Italy

    What will you miss most about being abroad? Can you offer any advice to someone who is going abroad? Lorraine Mumby The constant change of [...]

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  • NOTES FROM ABROAD – London, UK

    What will you miss most about being abroad? Can you offer any advice to someone who is going abroad?3 Neha Singh Living and studying in [...]

Features

    music
  • AEPi to host Music for Boston

    BY SAI HE You’ve no doubt noticed the numerous flyers around campus, not to mention the giant banner currently hanging atop the Student Center stairs. However, what exactly is the Music 4 Boston concert being held next Thursday, April 27, [...]

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  • Meet Olivia Pope & Associates

    By Stephanie Seputra We would like to believe that we live in a world where there is good and evil. But in Olivia Pope’s world, it seems like everything is evil. A seemingly endless parade of scandals has caused Pope [...]

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  • EDM: not for the faint hearted

    By Megan Lieu Country music? Nah. Rap music? Nah. Electronic Dance Music? HECK YEAH! Although I do not by any means demean the other genres, EDM is by far the coolest of the bunch. Aside from the sick beats and [...]

Sports Headlines

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  • Lauren Battista sets sights on future after Bentley

    By Matt Gustus When the final buzzer sounded in Erie, Pennsylvania, senior forward, Lauren Battista, launched the ball in the air and threw her fists up in triumph as her and her 14 teammates had reached the pinnacle of the [...]

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  • Ryan O’Connor tosses first no-hitter in 42 years

    By Austin Miller The Falcons have battled their way to a 17-12 record this regular season and are looking to continue their solid play heading into the playoffs. The trend of defense first continued this past weekend when junior Ryan [...]

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  • SAAC enchances the student-athlete experience

    By Ellie Dibenedetto The Student- Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is made up of several student-athletes who provide information about their experiences as a student- athlete. The mission of the NCAA Division II SAAC is to enhance all of the student- [...]

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