Police Log

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By Matthew Buck You Only Messed Up a Little We all know the good ol’ burned popcorn 2 a.m. fire alarm. Well this time we only have mediocrity. This resident burned popcorn in the Slade Basement lounge but there wasn’t even enough smoke to set the alarm off. The AOD reported the smoke to the [...]

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT – Olga Frech

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MAJOR: IDCC with a concentation in Public Relations Minor: Psychology HOME TOWN: Tegucigalpa, Honduras What are you involved in at Bentley? I am very passionate about leadership, student development and serving the community so my involvement at Bentley is reflective of that. Currently, I am the Head Resident Assistant of Rhodes, Boylstons and Collins Apartment [...]

THE INTERNATIONAL REPORT – Japan Hesitantly Welcomes You…

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KEVIN D. LARYEA Japan’s demographic situation often seems intractable. The country’s population is estimated to fall to below 90 million by 2060 from its current level of about 127 million. Its fertility rate of 1.42 is one of the lowest in the world and is significantly below the rate at which the population ‘replaces’ itself. [...]

Bentley News

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  • Police Log

    By Matthew Buck You Only Messed Up a Little We all know the good ol’ burned popcorn 2 a.m. fire alarm. Well this time we [...]

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  • NOTES FROM ABROAD – Grenoble, France

    Describe a significant or meaningful experience you’ve had. Vanessa Wegner Studying in Grenoble, France has had its perks – and its downfalls. A significant part [...]

  • NOTES FROM ABROAD – Copenhagen, Denmark

    Describe a significant or meaningful experience you’ve had. Sonya Polyakov With a minor in philosophy and psychology, the most significant part of my trip so [...]

Features

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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 [...]

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  • A Back to School Essential

    By Sai He Back-to-school shopping, especially the college student iteration, symbolizes a fresh start, a chance to finally “do things right this time.” We load our physical and virtual shopping carts with appliances, gadgets and clothes in whatever configuration resonates [...]

Sports Headlines

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  • Lirange leads field hockey team on a winning streak

    By Russell Cloon After losing three of the first four games of the season, the Bentley Field Hockey team is catching fire at just the right time. “It feels great,” junior Rebecca Moore said. “We started off with a losing [...]

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  • Lady Falcons suffer dissapointing loss to Pace, 5-1

    By Joseph Greeley The women’s soccer team was looking to end a seven-game losing streak on Saturday as they took on Pace University in New York. The Falcons have played some extremely close games this year so far, including a [...]

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  • Haas & Brennen lead Falcons

    By Cameron Estelle Louisville, Ky. – The men’s and women’s cross country teams packed up their bags this weekend and headed down to the Bluegrass State to compete in the Greater Louisville Classic at the E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park [...]

Opinion