With the first 900 out of the way, Bentley University’s women’s basketball coach Barbara Stevens would rather not look ahead on the next big milestone that may be in her future.
Joey Glynn of Abington collapsed and died while playing in a summer league in Watertown Monday night.
Two local schools that made a new list of colleges with the worst professors seem to be taking the list in stride.
Last week, when the average price per gallon of regular hit $4.00, analysts predicted Memorial Day travel would take a hit. The average price per gallon has dropped by a mere nickel. AAA now predicts holiday travel will be back up over last year’s numbers.
Many distinguished people from all walks of life are expected to speak at local college graduations this month.
A group of Bentley College students have been traveling to different schools in and around Boston, conducting anti-bullying pep rallies.
Tuesday is a very big night for Bentley basketball, as both the Men’s and Women’s team host a Regional Championship.
Last fall, a local student started his business studies at Bentley and during winter break, he used his free time to develop a massively popular website. It’s called threewords.me.
Bentley University Women’s Basketball Coach Barbara Stevens accomplished something Sunday that few others have: she won her eight hundredth game.
Stevens has been the head coach at Bentley University for 25 years, but she is about to do something only four other women have done before her, and she doesn’t want to talk about it.