• Student Spotlight: Alberto Maldonado ’25, SGA President

    A few years ago, Alberto Maldonado ’25 wasn’t even thinking about going to college. Now, he’s now president of the Student Government Association (SGA) and fully enmeshed in student life at Dean. Read on to learn more.

  • Uncovering the Past: Dean Volunteers Restore History in Local Cemetery

    Every year around Halloween, Rob Lawson, professor of History, leads a Halloween history tour through Dean and Franklin, sharing stories of the town’s founders, local lore, and of course, a haunting or two. But last year, Robin Bowman, assistant to the dean of the School of Liberal Arts, noticed something even more shocking than a ghost: that the grave markers in the oldest part of the cemetery had fallen into disrepair or were covered with dirt, lichen and hundreds of years of decay. Read on to learn to learn more.

  • Sports Broadcasting Majors Return to Summer Baseball Internships

    While many of our students completed brand new internships this summer, for some, it was a chance to grow their roles and experiences with a familiar organization. Sports Broadcasting majors Brett Chaves ’24 and Reed Becker ’24 both returned to their prior roles at the Brockton Rox and the Cape Cod Baseball League. Read on to learn more.

  • Dance Major Interns at Boston Ballet School

    For Dance major Kaleigh Burns ’24, her summer internship was an opportunity to help shape the next generation of dancers. Kaleigh interned this summer as a teacher’s assistant for the Boston Ballet School in Newton, a two-week summer program for kids between the ages of 3-8 years old. Read on to learn more.

  • Business Management Major Grows Real-World Skills with Eversource

    Sean Doherty ’24, a double major in Business Management and Marketing, is using both the knowledge he’s learned in the classroom and the skills he’s learned on the soccer field to succeed in his summer internship with Eversource Energy. Read on to learn more.

  • Key Skills You Gain from a Sports Broadcasting Degree

    Did you know that getting a degree in sports broadcasting means that you’ll learn a number of important skills that just about every employer will appreciate? Yes, you’ll put together a reel, spend some time in the radio broadcasting booth, and be able to spout off facts about practically every sport, but you’ll also gain some key skills. Read on to learn more.

  • Understanding the College Transfer Process in Massachusetts

    When it comes to switching colleges in Massachusetts, there are several options to choose from. Some students prefer to start their college experience at a community college, earning an associate degree before transferring to a four-year school as a junior or senior. Others may start out at one four-year school before deciding to transfer to another. Read on to learn more.

  • Understanding the Skills Acquired in a Sports Marketing Degree Program

    There’s a lot that you can do with a degree in sports marketing or sports management. The program teaches a number of skills that can be used in various fields, including the two that it’s intended for, sports marketing and sports management. What are some of these skills? Read on to learn more.