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921 accommodates allergies and healthier eating News editor

Eating at 921 is a daily requirement for many students. Without a kitchen and with limited discretionary dollars, students have little other choice. But for students with allergies, this is not as simple as just heading to the Student Center a couple of times a day. They would arrive in the morning for toast with jam and find peanut butter in the jam. At night, all of the gluten-free bread would be taken before they could make their sandwich. Although Sodexo was always willing to help individuals with specific dietary needs, they now have several programs in place meant to make the process of finding good, safe options easier for those with allergies. These efforts have been led by Laura Klotz, the Bentley Sodexo’s Dietician/ Retail Manager. There are several changes in 921 that students will notice. First is MyZone. This

area has existed for several years, but used to be next to the cereal and milk inside of 921. Now, this area is behind a glass door next to the entrance line. MyZone is free for students to use and meant for those with allergies and special dietary needs, containing tree-nut, peanut, and gluten-free products. There are snacks on the counter for a quick bite, and breads and microwavable meals in the fully-stocked fridge and freezer. A big concern with

food allergies is crosscontamination, so students are asked not to bring in any outside plates or utensils. Within the room, they will find disposable utensils to use and a dedicated microwave and toaster. One student, Alexandria Steinmann (’18), who has had celiac her entire time at Bentley, is glad for the separate room, saying that this added more choices so those who were not glutenfree wouldn’t take all of the food she could eat. She says that 921 “has more

of a selection this year, but there should still be many improvements to better cater to food allergies because it is so important to eat healthy.” Finding healthy options for students who have to eat gluten-free is difficult, as a lot of gluten-free food contains high levels of saturated fat, cholesterol, and calories, according to WebMD. Another Sodexo program, Simple Servings, tries to provide a solution. This is a food station is 921 that provides meals not only for those with allergies,

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but anyone who desires a simple food option. These meals are prepared without milk, eggs, soy, wheat, peanuts, tree-nuts, shellfish, and gluten, and the staff use separate pots and storage materials during prep. The options at Simple Servings are pretty varied as well; one day last week featured black bean cakes and pineapple chutney with ginger mango roasted potatoes. For students still concerned about crosscontamination inside 921, they can find microwavable Simple Servings meals in the fridge in MyZone for a milk, egg, soy, wheat, peanut, treenut, shellfish, and gluten-free option. Students in 921 will see a few other changes around the dining hall as well. First, instead of an open container of peanut butter by the jam and cream cheese, there is now a collection of peanut SEE 921, PAGE 4

YouTube star gives talk: “Transitioning Online” News editor

“I feel like we’re all on this path to happiness, or at least I know I am. And sometimes, it’s really hard. Sometimes it’s easy. Sometimes it’s exhausting, and sometimes it’s the greatest adventure of my life.” When people talk about their path in life, it’s not often with the end goal of “happiness” in mind. Usually you hear of someone working hard to get a promotion or buy that big house they’ve always wanted. Happiness is oftentimes an afterthought – after all, it’s not very easily measurable. But Skylar Kergil has been chasing happiness his whole life. It started at just three years old when he was at the hardware store with his grandfather. When his grandfather’s friends asked what to call him, Kergil replied vehemently, “You can call me Mike!” No one had ever heard Kergil call himself Mike before. After all, he was born Katherine Elizabeth, a female. But his parents just went along with this declaration and Kergil went by “Mike” for the rest of the summer before returning to Pre-K. Once back at school, he went back to the name “Katherine,” living as a “typical tom-boy” growing up. Gender was never on his radar. That is, until it was time for the puberty talk in school. Kergil watched the video

with the girls, but it didn’t feel right to him. Although he called himself Katherine and understood that he used she/ her pronouns, what he felt internally didn’t match the outside. He shrugged off the puberty video. Growing up, he had always just assumed he would follow in his brothers’ footsteps: get sweaty, develop acne, have his voice drop. After all, he had always followed his brother in everything. “I still kind of had this delusion that, okay, puberty is coming but that’s not for me, that’s not going to happen to me,” he said. But puberty did hit, and to deal with it, Kergil decided to try to just “fit in.” He dressed in tighter clothes and even tried dating boys, but it didn’t feel right. When visiting his father and going out to the woods, he would play a game where he created an alternate life for himself. In this game, he dressed androgynously and had a girlfriend, even imagining their first kiss. On

his LiveJournal blog, he would write about his day, and end every post with “I’m a boy, I’m a boy, I’m a boy.” That dual reality he could escape to daily allowed him to explore who he was and what he was feeling, while still acting as a female in daily life. In high school, he met a girl who dressed very masculine style, and had a short haircut, and he wanted to be with her. Without question of his sexuality, he simply started dating her, without specifically coming out as queer. Although others in his high school talked about them as the only “out” lesbian couple in high school, he didn’t identify their relationship that way; he saw them as a heterosexual couple. That disconnect between how he saw himself and how others saw him that he had felt for years, continued. It was shortly after this relationship began that Kergil met a trans person for the first time. “The first time that I heard

the word gender out loud that I consciously remember was in the word transgender,” he said. This topic that no one had ever discussed in his life before was now right in front of him, and it was concrete enough for him to understand that there was a word for how he had felt his whole life—and he was not alone in feeling this way. After that, Kergil began a long journey that lasted through his time at Skidmore College and up until today to transition to male. He’s now been on testosterone for over five years and has had top surgery and a hysterectomy, all experiences he mentioned in his talk at Bentley on October 19th, and that he describes on his YouTube channel, “skylarkeleven.” Today, he is a 24-year-old transgender youth advocate, YouTuber, poet, and musician. His quote on the path to happiness is from his welcome video on his YouTube channel. He started recording videos

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simply because he wanted to keep track of his own voice change once he started testosterone. After running out of space on his hard drive to store them all, he began posting to YouTube. His videos quickly grew in popularity and he now has over 84,000 subscribers, with some videos receiving over a million views. Colleges began reaching out to him to speak on their campuses, and now he travels giving talks on his trans narrative, sharing positivity, and encouraging openness and acceptance. Kergil is well along on his path to happiness, and seems to exude positivity when he speaks. This has had a powerful impact on his subscribers, resulting in him receiving the Trevor Project’s 2014 Youth Innovator Award for his contributions toward the happiness and health of LGBT youth. For those on campus who want to join the LGBTQ+ conversation, either as a member of the community or as an ally, there are numerous resources on campus. In particular, the student-led organization PRIDE (People Respecting Individuality and Diversity through Education), “promotes awareness of social and political concerns of its members and life at Bentley.” They meet every Wednesday at 9:15pm in the Equity Center in the Student Center, and all are welcome.


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THE VANGUARD 2015 EDITORIAL BOARD Bentley University, Waltham, MA 02452


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Things to do this holiday season

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The holiday season is only getting started, and besides the cold weather, there’s a host of exciting things to look forward to this month. Let’s be honest, we’re college kids, we‘re not buying presents for our friends and family, we will be at the mailstop awaiting packages. With November marking the beginning of the cold-weather, there is a “let’s just stay indoors and potentially skip class” mood in full-swing. We’re here to tell you a few reasons why it may still not be a bad idea to venture into Boston! Considering some of us (mainly the writer of this editorial) are international students, we can’t think of anything better than strolling down the always lit Newbury Street for a cup of hot clam chowder at Joe’s American Bar and Grill or even simply a delicious latte at the Thinking Cup. Even if you’re counting the days until you board a flight to the Caribbean, or somewhere exotic (warmth!), there’s still plenty to do and experience in the meantime. Perhaps you’ve heard one Bentley student or the other say “Hey I went to the MFA.” Yes, it is as fascinating as it sounds. Coming from various cultures

where art represents a crucial part of history, we can attest that the sight of the Museum of Fine Arts is jaw-dropping with its extensive range of various art forms from numerous time periods. You never know when someone might bring it up at the water cooler at work, so you might as well make use of the colder season and spend hours gawking at art work and be fully prepared so that the situation isn’t awkward when it does present itself. You can eat their ear off with descriptions of ancient Chinese, Indian, African as well as American artifacts and what they might’ve represented in th… Are we boring you? Fine, you’re young and you don’t want to visit museums. Have you ever heard of “Escape the room”? Guaranteed this attraction in Boston may be the best hour ever spent. Let us explain. You and your friends are locked in a room that’s actually a mystery puzzle! You have 60 minutes to find the clues hidden secretively within the furniture and ornaments and further decipher to the codes to find the key to unlock the door. Maybe we can’t accurately

describe the experience and it sounds moderately creepy, but guaranteed it’s an hour of fun you and your friends will never forget. Take your thinking caps with you, OOPS, I mean thinking rain jackets! With midterms going on, and final interview rounds, we understand you won’t be venturing out soon. Maybe you still feel the city isn’t worth it. Solution! Time for some fun fall activities: Pumpkin picking or venture to a corn maze! Coming from various locations across the country and the world, some of us have been exposed to the concept of “pumpkins” for the first time ever in our lives let alone our time at Bentley. We can honestly say (some) of us have become a fan of pumpkin everything… bread, Spiced Latte, pie.. you name it, we love it. Something else to look forward to is the Pru lighting up the Boston skyline with a different color each night all throughout December. 31 different organizations in Boston will get to “flip the switch” and illuminate the sky so be sure to look out at the illuminated skyline when venturing in the city.


How to navigate classes after an embrassing weekend We’ve all had an embrassing weekend that we sorely regret. There is no need to mention what we (hypothetically) did or did not do, but it’s safe to assume that there must be some BP oil-spill-level damage control done. So what should you do in those situations? Columnist and writer Colin Viray offers his two cents of advice on the matter. Step 1. Wake up late, you don’t want to face the world too early. Step 2. Avoid Seasons. Put together a mix of the snacks that are still in the cupboard from move-in week. Step 3. Pack nose plugs of some kind (you’ll need these later). Ear plugs work, a few pieces of toilet paper will also work. Step 4. Wear Sperry Top-Siders, chino pants, and a North Face pullover. This will increase your chances of blending in with the sophomore male population. Step 5. Arrive to class as close to its starting time as possible. People might be totally enveloped by the day’s lecture on isomorphic crystalline structures and they won’t even turn their

heads when you walk in. Step 6. While in class, open your laptop, and keep yourself occupied on it for the entire period. Put your hat on forward when you do this and hunch over the screen like you are reading something really closely. Consider this your safety position for the rest of the day. Step 7. Between classes retreat to the basement bathroom in the Library. While there, use the nose plugs you’ve packed, breathing through your mouth is awkward but you are not going to want to smell what’s going on in there. Step 8. After you are done with classes for the day, go straight back to your room and start studying. Nothing will help you forget about the weekend like improving yourself via your academic commitments. Step 9. Skip the gym and if you must go, stay on the bottom floor. You don’t want any women to see you and start laughing. Step 10. Before you go to bed, make a list of colleges you always thought it would be cool to go to. If tomorrow people still remember what you did in the CoNo elevator, you should start to consider transferring.

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STUDENT CONDUCT SUMMARY October 15 - October 29 36 Total Number of Cases 59 Total Number of Individuals Involved 8 Individuals Dismissed from Responsibility 48 Individuals Admitting Responsibility 0 Number of individuals found responsible by Conduct Board 7 Number of educational sanctions given 0 Number of Work Sanctions 0 Number of Parental Notifications+ $525 Cash total of fines given 31 Number of students given a Verbal Warning 17 Number of students put on Written Warning 1 Number of individuals put on Probation 1 Number of individuals put on Disciplinary Probation 0 Number of individuals who lost 15 housing credits 0 Number of individuals who lost 30 housing credits 0 Number of individuals put on Suspension (Housing) 0 Number of individuals put on Suspension (University) 0 Number of individuals expelled Provided by the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs


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Ferrari shifts into sixth gear with launch of IPO BY adam haidermota business editor

RACE. The word symbolizes speed, excitement, competition and more; it is also the new ticker symbol for Ferrari NV, as it recently launched the latest phase of its exhilarating history. On Wednesday, October 21, 2015, Ferrari NV launched its Initial Public Offering on the New York Stock Exchange, marking a historic day in the company’s prestigious history. Its IPO price was declared as $52, it opened at $60, and finally ended the day strong at a 5.77% mark up of its IPO price at a clean $55. But why the change? Prior to Ferrari’s IPO, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles held a 90% stake in Ferrari with the other 10% belonging to Piero Ferrari, son of legendary founder, Enzo Ferrari himself. Ferrari’s bid to go public is a result of Fiat Chrysler deciding to spin off the company in order to finance expansion plans for its other subsidiaries. Fiat Chrysler CEO, Sergio

Marchionne after selling 4.6 million cars in 2014 is still falling short of the 6 to 7 million car benchmark that he has set for the company. As a result, Fiat Chrysler has plans to expand its Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat and Ram models in order to meet its goals. And the first step to financing these goals was to sell off Ferrari. The company expects to earn close to $1 billion from the IPO itself and is expected to distribute its remaining 80% stake in Ferrari to its shareholders sometime in 2016. The IPO market in 2015 has been shockingly weak. Just in the first week of October, only 5 of the 11 IPOs that were scheduled to price made it out the door. These five were also priced 19% under the midpoint of the price range. However, despite the recent downcast, this might just be the perfect time for Ferrari to have launched its offering. Amidst a weak IPO market and after a turbulent couple of months due to China missing forecasted growth,

the IPO market seems to be stabilizing. More recently, strong companies such as First Data, the payment processor and Albertson’s, the 3rd largest food retailer in the US have released intentions to have IPOs of their own, signaling greater confidence in the market. Then there’s also the question of what to expect. For an exclusive luxury carmaker like Ferrari, growth is a daunting prospect. The company has a very niche target market that is increasingly seeing more and more competitors. One place to look is in Asia where there are many emerging markets, most notably in China, whose economy has been booming in recent years. However, Ferrari seems to have been unable to gain a stronghold in China, despite the potential for some serious demand. Many of Ferrari’s rivals sell close to a third of their cars in China, whereas they only sell 9% of their cars in the same market. Ferrari’s ability to grow and build value for their shareholders might

Q3 results: growth remains weak BY adam haidermota business editor

Last week was an exciting and rather volatile one as companies across the United States reported their earnings. Investors had their anticipation quashed with disappointment, but they were also surprised with the growth. Many blue chip companies on the market missed their earnings, resulting in harsh consequences, whereas there were some market leaders that exceeded earnings. Although the NASDAQ went back above 5000 and the Dow Jones began to close into 17,600, one wonders about the anomalies in the market. What should investors think? To begin with, let’s take a look at a few of the successes and failures of last week. Technology shares rallied substantially allowing the S & P 500 to erase its losses from 2015. Microsoft stocks went up 10.1% to their highest price in 15 years after they continued to beat expectations. Alphabet (formerly Google), Amazon, Facebook and Twitter all recorded substantial gains as well. Amazon recorded intraday highs and Alphabet beat expectations, despite certain concerns about the sector. Even McDonald’s, a company that has been struggling recently, exceeded earnings expectations and gained a whopping 8.1%. Coming off a third

quarter that included China’s mini crisis and a terribly volatile market, the results sound almost too good. However, when one looks at the companies that missed targets, questions are raised. Tesla’s market price tanked last week when they again missed targets that they publicly and confidently declared they would meet. Their deficiencies from last year have continued, and the Model X, which was supposed to boost sales and dig Tesla out of its slump, failed to generate a great enough number of orders. In spite of the huge hype, there have only been 25,000 orders for it so far. Another big company that missed targets was Netflix, who blamed lower earnings on problems related to EMV card reissuances which interfered with their subscription payments. However, considering the extent of Netflix’s losses, many analysts are suggesting that this is just a sordid excuse. Yahoo, too, had to cut spending on its workforce and decided to narrow its product going forward after an 8% loss on its stock price. This is all good and well, but let’s take it a step further to see what is truly going on. Although the indexes managed to regain their point losses, they still have a ways to go. When aggregating all members of the S & P 500 that have released earnings

so far, though there is growth in earnings, it is almost insignificant growth, up by just 0.4%. And although earnings exceeded expectations amongst many companies, there was widespread revenue weakness around the board. Few companies have been able to expand revenue, which is not surprising since there were similar misses last quarter as well. One important indicator as to the market’s performance is that analysts have already started downgrading their estimates for the fourth quarter of this year. Growth expectations for the year are almost non-existent and analysts believe that growth will only start to pick up well into 2016. The sharp decline of fourth quarter estimates point to a lack of faith in companies’ abilities to generate more revenue, meet earnings, and generate growth. Perhaps the harsh lowering of fourth quarter estimates will benefit the market. Lowering expectations is more likely to prepare investors for what to expect in the coming months and may give companies some breathing room in what is expected to be a relatively non-growth year. However, if the successful tech giants of the quarter can keep it up, and the losers can manage to turn earnings around, then perhaps the market will be in for a surprise.

depend on their ability to expand into these markets and gain a steady foothold. It’s also important to note that Ferrari’s sources of revenue are not limited to its supercars. In the first quarter of 2015, 17.6% of Ferrari’s revenue came from merchandising, licensing and royalty income. The corporation generates income from the magnificent Ferrari World theme park in Abu Dhabi, luxury watches by Hublot and Movado, Puma sportswear and apparel and even Ferrari Lego sets. The list continues. Currently there are 32 Ferrari licensed stores selling themed goods out of which nine are owned and operated by Ferrari. Despite going public and seeking growth in their automobile sales, Ferrari cannot propel their growth too much, or else they would risk sacrificing their exclusivity. Ferrari’s already relative success in these areas coupled with their powerful brand indicates that Ferrari could and should potentially look to merchandising, licensing



butter cups. Klotz explained that Sodexo knows students want to eat peanut butter and didn’t want to simply exclude it from the dining hall, but they’re trying to take more precautions to still keep those who cannot eat peanuts safe. In addition, they have switched out almond milk for rice milk. With that and soy milk, Sodexo is hoping to accommodate everyone’s needs. These efforts certainly rely heavily on 921 employees, and they receive allergen training regularly, with additional training sessions whenever a new program or procedure is instated or a change occurs. There’s also a purple cart in 921 containing purple cleaning supplies that is meant just for the allergenfree zones, to prevent crosscontamination. MyZone has its own cleaning supplies and is kept exceptionally clean to ensure the room is safe. Sodexo staff are always willing to accommodate students. At the stir-fry station, they have separate allergenfree pans available. They’ll make gluten-free pasta when asked, and get more jam is it is cross-contaminated. “It is important to us to provide a great dining experience for all students, including students with special dietary needs,” says Klotz. Klotz has also instituted two programs in 921 to

and other related sectors for growth. Although Fiat Chrysler is giving up their stake in Ferrari, through Maserati they can ensure that they continue to have a foot in the door. Engine sales in the first quarter of this year accounted for 10.3% of net revenue and a large portion of their sales come from Maserati which happens to be a subsidiary of Fiat Chrysler. Maserati’s success could therefore be a significant variable in determining prospects for Ferrari’s growth. Adversely, any decline in sales for Maserati could negatively impact Ferrari’s new shareholders substantially through the loss of engine sales. At the moment, it’s all excitement as Ferrari is accelerating at the start but it’ll be interesting to see what happens once the hype dies down and it integrates into the daily ups and downs of the market. For now one can only wait and guess as to how Ferrari will manage once it gets out of the dealership and onto the road.

encourage healthier eating. The first is Mindful at Sodexo. This is meant to “make it easier to find healthier menu options.” Students will notice the Mindful apple symbol next to food options that use a recipe meeting certain nutrient criteria, listed in more detail at mindful.sodexo.com. The criteria stipulates the number of calories, percent of total and unsaturated fat, the amount of cholesterol and sodium allowed, and how much fiber needs to be present. In addition, all options must be trans-fat free. In November, Klotz will hold a nutrition table event to discuss Mindful in more detail. Second, 921 has a Build a Better Salad program using color utensils to make it easy to quickly put together a healthy salad based on a stoplight approach. Food options with green utensils are meant to be used freely. Those with yellow utensils are for food options meant to be used moderately, and those with red utensils are for food items meant to be used sparingly. Klotz has been working with students and Sodexo employees to make 921 a healthy and safe eating environment for all students. Students with questions, concerns, feedback, or requests about special dietary needs can reach out to Klotz. Her contact information is on the welcome board to the right upon entering 921.


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Bose executives at business ethics lecture BY adam haidermota business editor

Last week, Bentley hosted its 26th Raytheon Lecture in Business Ethics. With the help of its partners at The Raytheon Company, the Bentley University Center for Business Ethics brought in Bob Maresca and Sherwin Greenblatt of the sound giant, Bose Corporation, and held a lecture titled, “Guided by Our Principles”. The Center for Business Ethics (CBE) has been hosting the Raytheon Lecture in Business Ethics since the fall semester of 2003, when Bentley welcomed Michael Ruettgers, the Executive Chairman of EMC Corporation. Since then, the CBE has brought in various impressive speakers every semester without fail, including a co-founder of Costco, the CEO of Coca-Cola Company and a former CEO of Southwest Airlines. Tom Kennedy, the Chairman and CEO of Raytheon writes in depth on the CBE’s website about Raytheon’s avid support for the CBE, and for the promotion of ethical business practices. He acknowledges the importance of reinforcing ethical behavior in order for businesses to succeed. He

also writes about his belief that the promotion of further discussion and dialogue about ethical business practices “inspires us to redouble our own commitment”. This year marked the first time that two speakers spoke together in a joint presentation at a Raytheon Lecture on campus. Sherwin Greenblatt studied under the founder of Bose, Dr. Amar G. Bose who was his professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and would later go on to become Dr. Bose’s first employee when he founded the company. He has held both engineering and management positions at the company including project engineer, director of engineering, executive vice president and was the president of Bose for fifteen years until he retired. He handed the reigns over to Bob Maresca, who started his career at Bose as a research engineer. He managed to rise up the ranks, getting a major boost when Dr. Bose himself appointed Maresca as General Manager of their Noise Reduction Technology section to rescue the failing project. Maresca was also educated at MIT and has been President since 2005, when Greenblatt

stepped down. He has recently taken on the newly introduced role of CEO. The talk was centered on one man who Maresca and Greenblatt both revered, Dr. Amar Bose. Their lecture explained the story of Bose from their unique perspectives, how the company started, what challenges they faced and what motivated their decisions. At the beginning of the lecture, Maresca warned the audience that he hadn’t prepared a speech on ethics. However, listening to the speakers’ stories about the company’s principles and Dr. Bose, he impressed the entire room with his knowledge on the subject. Bose’s commitment to developing technologies that deliver real benefits to customers is a sincere one. Greenblatt explained that Dr. Bose first approached him with the idea to start the company when Dr. Bose realized the value that their research could have for people. When faced with adversity and the failure of their first home speakers, rather than fall back on their military contracts which were succeeding, they decided to push forward and maintain their commitment to delivering benefits to their intended target:

everyday people. Maresca had more personal stories, whereas Bose was faced with challenges and persevered by choosing to remain ethical above all else. He recounted a time when one of Bose’s biggest clients betrayed Bose on one of their deals. Although they knew it would result in a large loss of business, Bose could not do business with a company that was unprincipled. Consequently, they terminated all business with them. Another story he told concerned a large mobile phone manufacturer who wanted to install Bose speakers in their devices. After they saw the speaker that Bose developed for their mobile phones, they decided that it was too large and expensive, and instead proposed that they would pay Bose for the rights to dishonestly say that their own speakers were made by Bose. Maresca refused, in spite of the deal being easy money for the company. To go on with the deal would be completely unethical and thus have the ability to damage the company’s reputation. One story that stuck out was that of Maresca’s appointment as General Manager of

Bose’s Noise Reduction Technology Group. Maresca was appointed as General Manager at a time where the section had been failing for ten years and was consistently delivering significant losses to the company. The rest of the board wanted to do away with the project, but when Maresca spoke to Dr. Bose, he remained adamant. His belief that the technology could genuinely benefit people was prioritized above his desire for profit, and he inspired Maresca to save the project. It took a few more years of losses until they finally broke even, and now the profits gained from their noise reduction technology are outstanding. When faced with profits versus principles, Dr. Bose’s ethical lessons of choosing principle above all has brought the company to reach their full potential. Between the question and answer session and the reception at the end of the lecture, the audience was able to interact with the guest speakers directly. The event was extremely compelling and a wonderful opportunity to understand the ethical dilemmas faced every day in corporate America.

Volkswagen caught engaging in emissions scandal business editor

The entire world was shocked when reports came out implicating Volkswagen Group in a huge scandal, where they allegedly installed software into their diesel cars to cheat emissions tests. Volkswagen’s stock price plummeted, resulting in huge losses for investors, but the impact of the scandal doesn’t stop there. Due to the immense size and reputation of Volkswagen, the news has impeded on the global market. Even at Bentley’s recent Raytheon lecture in Business Ethics, a member of the audience brought up the scandal when asking a question. So far, Volkswagen has admitted to fitting 482,000 cars in the United States, and about 11 million cars worldwide with the illegitimate software. The sheer enormity of deceit and fraud by Volkswagen has the world reeling. Early this September, the Environmental Protection Agency found that diesel car models being sold by Volkswagen had devices built into their engines that could detect when they were being tested. As a result, when the cars underwent testing, the engine would change its performance to match EPA standards. This deceitful software is so intricate that it can

sense monitoring speed, engine operation, air pressure, and the position of the steering wheel to detect whether the car is in a controlled laboratory setting or not. If the vehicle detects a laboratory, it will switch into a safety mode in which the car operates under EPA standards. When the engines operate normally, they emit nitrogen oxide pollutants up to 40 times higher than what is allowed by US Federal laws. Volkswagen’s American boss, Michael Horn, has acknowledged the company’s mistake and their CEO, Martin Winterkorn, has since been replaced by Matthias Mueller, the former chief executive of one

of Volkswagen’s many subsidiaries, Porsche. The carmaker has set aside funds to cover costs for when it begins to recall cars in January of 2016. The EPA can fine automobile manufacturers up to $37,500 for each vehicle that breaches standards. It is expected that the US Justice Department, as well as shareholders, may file legal action against the company. The world is waiting to see who else was involved in the humiliation of the company. Management at Volkswagen purposefully misled authorities through the use of this software, and it will be interesting to see whether they will be im-

plicated. So what does all of this mean? For one, it calls into question the competency of European regulators to control the market efficiently, considering they were unable to detect the software themselves until alerted by the US. European Union regulators need to be stricter. Secondly, it implies a certain desperation from within the diesel market that seems to stem from the slow of diesel sales worldwide. The diesel car market in the US contains only 1% of all new car sales and this is not expected to increase. Ironically, Volkswagen’s deceit will slow the diesel market, rather

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than help to fuel it. The entire diesel market is going to come into question, and probes are expected to be launched into other automobile manufacturers. Also, it is important to note that Volkswagen is Germany’s largest automotive manufacturer, which means that any major blows to Volkswagen can have serious implications for the German economy as a whole. For Volkswagen itself, they are due to suffer huge financial losses related to recalls, fines, and legal fees. Forbes estimates that the total cost of the entire scandal including the above factors and estimated loss of sales could amount up to $34.5 billion. It will be a while before they regain the trust of the public at large. Their business is bound to suffer due to their treachery, and consumers will be significantly more wary of doing business with them. Although the deception was discovered in the United States, the majority of cars that have the cheating software are elsewhere in the world, particularly in Europe. As a result, investigations into Volkswagen’s practices are opening up everywhere. The company has also only announced recalls for the United States, which accounts for a small percentage of the fraudulent cars. The worst for Volkswagen is far from over.


Bentley volleyball team succeeds BY sean keegan

Vanguard Staff Writer

With their 3-2 victory over Pace University on Saturday at the Dana Center, the Bentley volleyball team improved their conference record to 8-2, leaving them at 15-7 overall, and sitting comfortably in 3rd place in the Northeast 10 Conference. Pace, meanwhile, dropped to 10-15 on the season. Bentley’s first 5-set match of the year was extremely back and forth, with neither team truly gaining a clear edge at any point. After Pace took the first set 25-23, the second set was just as evenly matched. Both teams enjoyed multiple leads throughout the set, ending with a 23-21 Pace advantage. The Falcons turned it on, however, converting four straight points to take the set that ended with a huge ace by senior Jessica Segal, evening the match at 1 apiece. The Falcons began the crucial 3rd set on a tear, scoring 11 of the first 14 points to open up a huge lead. When asked about this key momentum swing, sophomore Shannon Kelly, who turned in a 17-kill, 15-dig performance, said, “Getting on the run so early in the game gave us confidence to play loose and comfortably. Not only does it

give us confidence as a team to accomplish a heavy lead so early in the game, but it also makes the losing opponent second guess themselves which affects their confidence and decision making.” The Falcons turned this 11-3 lead into a 17-9 advantage, ultimately winning the set 25-16. The start to the fourth set was essentially the opposite of the third, as Pace opened up a 13-1 lead and took the set 25-16 to even the match up again. For the first time all season, the Falcons prepared for a decisive fifth set. “Looking forward, I think this 5 set match will have a lasting effect on how we tackle the rest of the season,” Kelly said. “It shows that we have the physical strength, endurance, and athleticism to play 5 long sets and still come out on top. We learned to stay tough, play smart, and put errors, miscommunications, and even losses behind us to always focus on the ‘next point’.” The fifth set featured 3-point leads by both teams early, with Pace eventually accumulating a 13-12 lead. Following a Falcon timeout, Stephanie Metzger and Ashley Latimer scored consecutive kills to give Bentley a onepoint lead. A Pace ball handling error then gave the Falcons their 15th point and, with it, their 15th

victory of the season. Throughout the match it seemed Bentley had an answer for every attack from the Pace side, but Kelly stressed that this was no coincidence. “As a team,” she said, “We always prepare for our specific competition during the practice before a game. For this particular game, we stressed the fact that we needed to stay focused for Pace’s unique offense. They ran different players through different offensive plays throughout the entire game and would change these plays from one point to the next.” Looking ahead, the Falcons have five games remaining in the regular season. Their sights will then turn to the postseason, something Kelly assures they are ready for. “In regards to playoffs,” Kelly said, “I think that this match in particular will remind us to stay at a constant and full force, and to always strive to play at our best of our ability.” She also emphasized remaining “level-headed, motivated, and aggressive” in a playoff atmosphere. The Falcons will now begin preparation for Friday’s match, a 7:00 start at College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. Their next home match is Friday, November 6th against New Haven.

Women’s cross country finish second BY taylor carlough vanguard staff writer

Bentley’s Women’s Cross Country team finished 2nd this past Sunday at the Northeast-10 Conference Championships at St. Michael’s College. Big races from junior Julia Morena and grad student Tara Dooley led the way for the Falcons. Bentley, according to NE-10 coaches in a pre-race poll, was slated to finish 7th, but instead got their best result in the conference championship since 2011, when they scored 2nd place. The Falcons posted a score of 116, trailing the highly regarded Stonehill College team, which had its top five runners all finish in the top ten and posted 23 points. Rounding out the top five were Assumption College (126), American International (140), and Merrimack College (143). Morena finished fourth overall in what was her first NE-10 championship race. “While this was my first conference race in cross country,” said Morena, “I have run three Conference races in track. I’ve raced against many of the girls in the conference all season so I would say I didn’t have any extra nerves before the race. I was confident in my training as I’ve had a very good fall season.” Morena’s time of 22:43.5 on the 6,000-meter course earned her first-team All-Northeast-10 honors. She trailed Southern

New Hampshire’s junior Laura O’Hanlon by six seconds. Stonehill juniors Nicole Borofski and Aisha McAdams topped the field, with Borofski’s 21:48.8 winning it all. Dooley had a time of 23:03.9 to place tenth in the race. This was her first race since the 2013 NCAA Division II Championships. Her time gave her a spot on the All-Conference second team. Sophomore Marianne Bartolotta, classmate Courtney Loughnane and junior Katie Burke each finished within the top forty at the championship. Bartolotta came in 29th (24:07.1), Loughnane 36th (24:21.9), and Burke in 37th (24:24.7). The men’s team had an equally successful race, finishing fifth on the day with a total of 115 points. Bentley only trailed five points behind Southern New Hampshire. The top three included American International (48), Stonehill (72), and Franklin Pierce (81). The top seven runners for Bentley all ranked in the top thirty-five for the race, making the Falcons one of only two teams to accomplish the feat, with the other being Stonehill. The men were led by sophomore Ryan Cadorette and senior Thomas Dean, who finished eleventh and eighteenth, respectively. Codrette’s time of 25:47.3 over the course of the 8,000-meter trail got him onto the All-Conference second team, while Dean’s 25:56.8 net-

ted him third team accolades. Junior Nik Haas, who was making his season debut, placed 26th, coming in at 26:12.9. The rest of the top Bentley runners were Freshman Cody Murphy 28th (26:14.3), junior Eric Alatalo 32nd (26:20.5), senior David Cooper 33rd (26:22.0) and sophomore Graham Chapski 35th (26:23.4). American International junior John Chirchir took first with a time of 24:55.9, and teammate freshman Leakey Kipkosgei just a second behind him. Next up for both teams is the NCAA Division II East Regional to be held in Hopkinton, NH at the Hopkinton Fairgrounds on November 8, hosted by in conference rival Franklin Pierce. Bentley runners will be competing against approximately twenty-five to thirty schools there, including some highly ranked foes. For the women’s side of things, the Falcons will be looking up toward teams like Roberts Wesleyan, who is 2nd ranked and happened to win last year’s East Regional. “We were 2nd on Sunday with strong performances by many of the girls on the team,” said Morena, “which gives us some confidence going into the Regional meet.” The men will likely be gunning for American International again. The Yellow Jackets are ranked 13th nationally in Division II.

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TEAM SPORTS STANDINGS MEN’S SOCCER NE-10 STANDINGS School NE-10 Overall Saint Anselm 1 8 0 1 10 0 American Int’l 1 3 4 3 5 4 Merrimack 4 2 2 8 2 2 Assumption 2 3 3 2 8 3 Le Moyne 4 4 0 8 4 0 Southern NH. 7 0 0 10 0 0 Adelphi 5 1 2 7 2 3 Bentley 5 3 0 6 5 0 Franklin Pierce 2 4 2 4 6 2 New Haven 1 7 0 4 8 0 St. Michael’s 4 4 0 6 5 0 St. Rose 4 3 1 5 5 1

WOMEN’S SOCCER NE-10 STANDINGS School NE-10 Overall Merrimack 1 10 0 3 12 0 Stonehill 10 2 0 13 2 0 Adelphi 6 0 2 8 2 2 Le Moyne 11 0 0 14 1 0 Saint Anselm 6 5 0 7 6 0 American Int’l 6 2 0 8 4 0 St. Michael’s 0 8 0 1 9 1 Assumption 5 4 0 9 6 1 Southern N.H. 6 2 1 8 3 1 St. Rose 7 1 0 9 1 2 Franklin Pierce 5 6 0 7 6 0 Pace 2 9 0 4 10 0 New Haven 9 2 0 12 2 0 Bentley 7 4 0 8 5 0




Merrimack 1 10 0 3 12 0 Stonehill 10 2 0 13 2 0 Adelphi 6 0 2 8 2 2 Le Moyne 11 0 0 14 1 0 Saint Anselm 6 5 0 7 6 0 American Int’l 6 2 0 8 4 0 St. Michael’s 0 8 0 1 9 1 Assumption 5 4 0 9 6 1 Southern N.H. 6 2 1 8 3 1 St. Rose 7 1 0 9 1 2 Franklin Pierce 5 6 0 7 6 0 Pace 2 9 0 4 10 0 Bentley 0 0 0 0 0 0 New Haven 9 2 0 12 2 0




Merrimack 1 10 0 3 12 0 Stonehill 10 2 0 13 2 0 Adelphi 6 0 2 8 2 2 Le Moyne 11 0 0 14 1 0 Saint Anselm 6 5 0 7 6 0 American Int’l 6 2 0 8 4 0 St. Michael’s 0 8 0 1 9 1 Assumption 5 4 0 9 6 1 Southern N.H. 6 2 1 8 3 1 St. Rose 7 1 0 9 1 2 Franklin Pierce 5 6 0 7 6 0 Pace 2 9 0 4 10 0 Bentley 0 0 0 0 0 0 New Haven 9 2 0 12 2 0

WOMEN’S TENNIS NE-10 STANDINGS School NE-10 Overall Stonehill 10 2 0 13 7 0 Southern N.H. 11 1 0 12 6 0 New Haven 3 9 0 3 13 0 Assumption 7 5 0 9 10 0 Adelphi 12 0 0 15 4 0 Bentley 6 6 0 7 15 0 Merrimack 8 4 0 15 9 0 Saint Rose 2 10 0 3 12 0 St. Michaek’s 8 4 0 8 5 0 Saint Anselm 4 8 0 4 9 0 Franklin Pierce 1 11 0 1 12 0 American Int’l 0 12 0 0 12 0 Le Moyne 6 6 0 8 11 0

MEN’S TENNIS NE-10 STANDINGS School NE-10 Overall Stonehill 8 2 0 15 5 0 Bentley 7 3 0 13 7 0 Adelphi 9 1 0 9 3 0 Merrimack 10 0 0 11 6 0 Le Moyne 5 5 0 7 11 0 Southern N.H. 4 6 0 4 12 0 Assumption 6 4 0 9 10 0 St. Michael’s 2 8 0 2 9 0 Franklin Pierce 2 8 0 2 10 0 American Int’l 0 10 0 0 11 0 Saint Anselm 2 8 0 2 9 0


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Hockey notches historic victory over Northeastern BY russell cloon sports editor

The small and compact John A. Ryan, known as The JAR, has created a tight atmosphere for Bentley hockey in the past, but perhaps none were better than the weekend of Oct. 16 and 17. “The JAR has its own sets of benefits for us,” sophomore goalkeeper Jayson Argue said. “And that is being able to practice in that rink every day. But to look outside of hockey and to just witness the atmosphere that sellout crowd brought was unbelievable.” For the first time in program history, the Falcons hosted a Hockey East opponent at The JAR on Saturday night. Bentley pummeled Northeastern 4-1 on their way to a statement win against the Huskies, who have lost four straight against Bentley, including the prior night’s match-up on Friday. “To see the support we had from the faculty from school, and to see how proud coach was to have that kind of a result in our rink was great to see,” Argue said. “Not only the buzz during the game, but the buzz around campus was pretty exceptional to see. Everyone knows Hockey East is a powerful division, so for us to get a weekend sweep and to do so in front of the kind of support we received, there’s no better feeling.” Argue, who was named Atlantic Hockey Goalie of the Week, was perhaps the largest contributor

to the Falcons success. The sophomore from Swan River, Manitoba got a record of 89 saves for the weekend, with 49 on Friday and 40 on Saturday. Argue joked that the scorekeeper might have been giving him more credit than he was due. “Well to make 89 saves is always a nice thing to have going for you,” Argue said. “Even though I do think the shot clock guy may have been a little trigger happy.” More seriously, Argue denoted his weekend success on his defenseman and forces that might have been out of his control. “Sometimes as a goalie you have those weekends where you are just seeing everything and the pucks are just hitting you,” Argue said. “I wouldn’t have been able to see all those pucks if it wasn’t for my (sic) d-men clearing the net front area and playing tough in front of me. And, of course, there is always our friend Lady Luck who plays in to effect, and I think they may have gotten five cross bars this weekend so I had that working for me.” Not to be outdone, senior forward Andrew Gladiuk shined in the weekend too. After getting no points in Bentley’s first weekend series, where they hosted Mercyhurst, Gladiuk was named CoPlayer of the Week, scoring four goals against the Huskies with a hat-trick on Friday. Gladiuk came into the 2015-16 campaign as the career leader in powerplay goals with 27, and made it 30 in the series

versus Northeastern. Gladiuk was pleased with his performance after the weekend. “It was nice to get back on the scoresheet after going pointless in the first weekend vs. Mercyhurst,” Gladiuk said. “I thought our powerplay was very good and sometimes that’s what it’s going to take to win games. I was just fortunate to get some pucks in good areas and was able to get some good shots off.” On Friday night at Matthews Arena, Gladiuk scored his second goal of the game off a powerplay when he received a shot from freshman Tanner Jago and ripped the puck into the top right corner. Gladiuk completed his hat-trick by scoring off a rebounded shot taken by fellow senior Matt Blomquist, which he placed perfectly into to the top left corner out of NU’s redshirt junior goalkeeper Derick Roy’s reach. In addition to his first goal scored with 5.7 seconds left in the first period, Gladiuk’s power play goals carried Bentley to the 3-2 victory over Northeastern, despite a late third period surge by Huskies. The win was the Falcons third straight at Matthews Arena. Although happy with his performance, Gladiuk thought the Falcons stole one on the road. “I thought we got away with one that night,” Gladiuk said. “We were caught a little off guard by the bigger ice surface and didn’t adjust well. Obviously, Argue had a

great night between the pipes and helped us steal one in Northeastern’s building. Saying that, I thought we really responded with a much better effort on Saturday at the JAR.” Like Argue, Gladiuk was also impressed with the atmosphere on Saturday night on Bentley’s home ice. “The atmosphere was great on Saturday night,” Gladiuk said. “As an athlete it always gives you that extra kick when you play in front of a large crowd. It makes the game even more exciting. I think getting the win, and four goals on the night, were great to get the crowd into it.” Gladiuk also hoped that the success against the Huskies will carry into the rest of the season. “That night was huge for us and the program,” Gladiuk said. “Having a high profile team in our own building is something new for Bentley and I think it means a lot moving forward to get our reputation up as a real contender. The win, Gladiuk said, assured the team of its ability and its chances moving forward in the 2015-16 campaign. “I think the biggest take away from that weekend will be the confidence we played with on Saturday night,” Gladiuk said. “That was the first game this year where you really saw us come together as a team and also have some great individual efforts and guys playing with confidence. I think we proved a little to

ourselves that we have a great team this year.” Argue agreed. “I think to build off and move forward we can now believe we can beat anyone if we play our game (sic),” Argue said. “When you have belief you can achieve whatever you want, and I think our room is starting to have that feeling.” The Falcons get back on the ice at 3:05 p.m. on Saturday, October 31 at Army West Point. Bentley will then play the Black Knights at 11:05 a.m. on Sunday, November 1 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY in the first Brooklyn Hockey event. The day features the Atlantic Hockey matchup in the morning before finishing with a Hockey East battle between Notre Dame and UConn. Argue shared that the team was looking forward to the opportunity to play in the professional venue. “Brooklyn is going to be fun,” Argue said. “A lot of fun for everyone. To play in an NHL rink with the advertisement they have been putting on at the new Barclays Center there it’s going to be exciting (sic).” Most importantly, Argue hoped his performance against the Huskies would carry over into next weekend. “Personally, I just try (to) have as much fun as I can on the ice, and playing in that type of environment will make for an experience of a lifetime. (It would) be nice to hopefully not have to test that goal light that is behind us at all during the game, but we will see how that turns out.”


Men’s Soccer vs. American Int’l 3:00 PM


Hockey vs. Army 11:05 PM


Women’s Soccer vs. Southern Conn. 1:00 PM


Hockey vs. Merrimack 7:05 PM


Hockey vs.Army 3:05 PM


Men’s Swimming vs.Roger Williams 6:00 PM


Hockey vs. Rochester Inst. 7:05 PM


Hockey vs. Rochester Inst. 7:05 PM

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Men’s Swimming vs. Saint Rose 1:00 PM


Hockey vs. Rensselaer 7:05 PM


Men’s Swimming vs.Brandeis 6:00 PM


Women’s Basketball vs. Franklin Pierce 1:30 PM


Women’s Basketball vs. Assumption 5:30 AM

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Hockey vs. Boston U. 7:00 PM


Men’s Basketball vs. Assumption 7:35 PM


Women’s Basketball vs. Indianapolis 4:00 PM


Hockey vs. New Hamphire TBA


Men’s Basketball vs. Holy Family 2:05 AM

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