Turf’s Up

Turf’s Up

The home of the leopards got a massive upgrade this summer: a state of-the-art, million-pound system of artificial turf and soil. It’s a boon to current athletes, says Director of Athletics Angel Ayres, and a big help in convincing recruits that the synthetic grass might just be greener at Wentworth. “It’s a huge benefit for us if we can show them a...

Making Space

Making Space

On October 20, Wentworth officially opened its two newest buildings. The Flanagan Campus Center is a central hub for student activity on campus, with a fitness center, student lounges, and a renovated dining area. The Center for Sciences and Biomedical Engineering—the first new academic building constructed on campus in nearly 40 years—features new lab...

Groundbreaking Ceremony

Groundbreaking Ceremony

Nearly 200 members of the Wentworth community came to a May 14 ceremony to celebrate the groundbreaking for the William H. Flanagan Campus Center and the Center for Sciences and Biomedical Engineering. Congressman Stephen F. Lynch, a 1988 graduate of Wentworth’s Construction Management program, offered the keynote address. Student Government President Joe...

Campus, Converted

Campus, Converted

Come next fall, Beatty Hall and Ira Allen might prompt returning alumni to do a double take. Two new construction projects broke ground in May: At Beatty, the William H. Flanagan Campus Center, and at Ira Allen, the Center for Sciences and Biomedical Engineering. Representing the first major new construction of academic buildings in nearly 40 years, both...