Accessible Icon Project seeks to revolutionize

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By Michaela Stephenson Bentley University students may have recently noticed the unique faces on handicapped parking spaces around campus. The school recently launched the Accessible Icon Project, an initiative focused on making a new face for the accessible parking spaces for those individuals with disabilities. The initiative was funded by the Diversity Mini-Grant program. Jessica [...]

VENTURE CAPITAL AND PRIVATE EQUITY CLUB – Titans in the Future of Private Equity

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ILYA PEREPELITSA Last Thursday, April10, Bentley Venture Capital and Private Equity club brought a titan to our campus. Stephen Pagliuca, a Managing Director at Bain Capital, has kindly agreed to speak at one of the club’s weekly event about the “The Current State of Global Private Equity Markets.” The event started after the club’s founder [...]

RANDOM THOUGHTS – Misjudgements

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USAMA SALIM I walked down the hallway, my heart thumping. I had an interview in 10 minutes, and all I could think of was the dreaded question I had been asked 15 times over. “You are so involved on campus. Do you think you can commit to this position?” That question had haunted me in [...]

CONTEMPLATING MACRO – Jim Flaherty, Canada’s Smiling Finance Minister

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AL-MAHDI EBSIM The state of Canadian economics may not matter for the average American. Even more, I would even venture to note that most American’s would not recognize Canada as an economically successful country. This isn’t a declaration of the ignorance of average Americans; rather, this is the reality and I am sure the same [...]

Consent Day: teaching you how to talk first

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By Zachary O’Malley As it turns out, walking around campus in a grey t-shirt with a turquoise mustache on it will get plenty of attention. Having donned the official Consent Day shirt after participating, I noticed the rumblings around me asking, “What is Consent Day?” and “How do I get that t-shirt?” Basically, Consent Day [...]

Petrunich finds success on and off the field

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By Ellie Dibenedetto Dani Petrunich plays defense on the Bentley women’s lacrosse team this year. She is a junior, majoring in economics-finance with a minor in Spanish and has worked hard to make the President’s List every semester at Bentley. Outside of lacrosse, she is part of the Honors Program, an e-board member and singer [...]

EDM: not for the faint hearted

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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 head banging rhythms, the genre of EDM is very broad, ranging from soft and melodious [...]

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  • Accessible Icon Project seeks to revolutionize

    By Michaela Stephenson Bentley University students may have recently noticed the unique faces on handicapped parking spaces around campus. The school recently launched the Accessible [...]

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  • NOTES FROM ABROAD – Gold coast, Australia

    What will you miss most about being abroad? Alexandra Delong The thing I will miss most about studying abroad is being able to travel for [...]

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  • NOTES FROM ABROAD – Grenoble, France

    What will you miss most about being abroad? Tara Dooley Something that most European countries have that you don’t typically see in America, are large [...]

Features

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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 [...]

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  • Lana Del Rey debuts new single

    By Sai He Lana Del Rey is back. Earlier this week, lead single “West Coast” from her upcoming album, Ultraviolence, was released. It has been two years since her last full-length effort. Since then, both Facebook and Twitter had their [...]

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  • A call to unleash your creativity

    By Sai He It is one thing to say that the arts are an integral component of a well-rounded business education. All of us can procure a generic, tour guide version of the spiel: “Participation in the arts affords your [...]

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  • Petrunich finds success on and off the field

    By Ellie Dibenedetto Dani Petrunich plays defense on the Bentley women’s lacrosse team this year. She is a junior, majoring in economics-finance with a minor in Spanish and has worked hard to make the President’s List every semester at Bentley. [...]

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  • Falcons looking to finish their season strong

    By Austin Miller With three games left in the regular season, the Falcons sit at 6-4 on the year and are looking to make a push heading into the postseason. The squad got off to a slow start, but has [...]

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  • Falcons battle for a playoff spot

    By Matt Gustus The women’s softball team is in the hunt for the playoffs this year. With their record of 5-4 in the Northeast Division (13-12 overall), the team is currently battling it out to secure a spot in the [...]

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