Women’s Tennis aims to impress

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By Kunaal Murthy Whenever a team can win two important matches in a row, it greatly boosts the confidence of everyone on the roster. That is just what happened with the women’s tennis team after they won a hard-fought match, 5-4, against Merrimack and then carried that hot streak into the next match, overwhelming Saint [...]

Men’s Hockey seeks to avenge last year’s season exit

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By Christopher Mella The Bentley Falcons take the ice this year with aspirations for improvement, coming off of a 19-win regular season record and a quarterfinal post-season elimination to the Canisius Golden Griffins last year. This year’s 26-man roster is managed by head coach Ryan Soderquist (‘00), his 13th season behind the bench, and is [...]

Prospect Hill Community Center opens to the public

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By Michaela Stephenson On October 15th, Bentley University students and staff helped unveil the brand new community center at Prosect Hill Terrace, a low-income housing development in Waltham. Prosect Hill is the city’s largest development of its kind. The project itself has been an ongoing process for over a year, involving Brandeis University, Waltham residents, [...]

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT – Emily Williams

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MAJOR: Accountancy LSM: Ethics and social Responsibility HOME TOWN: North Easton, Massachusetts What are you involved in at Bentley? I have been a Resident Assistant for three years, this year in Boylston A. I am an office assistant at the Residential Center as well. The past three years I was involved with CAB. My sophomore [...]

Bentley News

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  • Prospect Hill Community Center opens to the public

    By Michaela Stephenson On October 15th, Bentley University students and staff helped unveil the brand new community center at Prosect Hill Terrace, a low-income housing [...]

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  • Mass. task force reports on gender equality in the workplace

    By Michaela Stephenson This past month, a Massachusetts task force came together to gather and record suggestions on how to bridge the wage gap between genders. [...]

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  • Police Log

    By Matthew Buck & William Patton Freshman Poop Count I actually don’t know where to start. Wow. You may be asking, “What the hell is [...]

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  • TWD is back, but for how long?

    By Alexandra Delong With smashed skulls, burning bodies and bullets flying everywhere, the zombie apocalypse is back! This past Sunday, AMC’s The Walking Dead began their fifth season and obliterated their own premiere episode record with 17.3 million viewers. There’s [...]

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  • Bentley’s ultimate dining guide

    Featuring  9 on-campus  dining options By Sai He Remember senior year of high school, when you visited Bentley for the first time and your tour guide waxed on and on about the awesomeness of Seasons and discretionary, making Bentley dining [...]

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  • Summer Blockbusters: now a thing of the past

    BY ALEXA DELONG Jaws premiered in the summer of 1975 and became the highest grossing film of all time; that is, until Star Wars premiered two years later in the summer of 1977. This was a trend that became tried [...]

Sports Headlines

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  • Women’s Tennis aims to impress

    By Kunaal Murthy Whenever a team can win two important matches in a row, it greatly boosts the confidence of everyone on the roster. That is just what happened with the women’s tennis team after they won a hard-fought match, [...]

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  • Men’s Hockey seeks to avenge last year’s season exit

    By Christopher Mella The Bentley Falcons take the ice this year with aspirations for improvement, coming off of a 19-win regular season record and a quarterfinal post-season elimination to the Canisius Golden Griffins last year. This year’s 26-man roster is [...]

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  • Men’s Tennis begin the season with two straight wins

    By Austin Miller After a strong 2013 season that saw the men’s tennis team finish at 11-8 and 8-2 in conference play, the 2014 squad is looking to build off of their past success with an even more impressive array [...]

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