An MSEL Thanksgiving

Last night, about 25 of my classmates and I had an “International Thanksgiving,” complete with dishes from Thailand, China, America (including a 23 pound turkey!), cheesy grits (a Southern blessing from yours truly), and much more! For some of my peers, it was their first American Thanksgiving experience…filled with love and laughter, we were able…

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Lean for Social Innovation: The GBFB Process Revealed

By Kali Diamond, Undergraduate student at Babson College. This post is the second in our Fall 2015 series that explores how Toyota Production System (TPS) philosophies were applied at The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) to support social innovation in MIS 3535 Lean for Social Innovation (held during Spring 2015). Posts include the opinions of thought leaders and…

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Babson Hatchery

Six Insights To Being an Entrepreneur

The following post is from Hanson Grant ’16, founder of Think Board, a fall 2015 hatchery business. So you want to be an entrepreneur, great! But first, what is your rational behind this decision? Are you searching for freedom, flexibility, or following a passion? If so, this is a great place to start. Most people…

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BRIC Program

Thank You, Spasiba, Xie Xie, Sukriya!

Post by Rebecca Jacobs (’17) and Jessica Thevenoz (’17) The last few weeks in India were very exciting! One of the highlights was our action-packed week in Rajasthan, India. First, we traveled all the way to Jaipur, a major city in Rajasthan, also known as the Pink City. This region, one anciently filled with royalty,…

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Caitlin Capozzi

Intercollegiate Business Convention Reflection

Post by Nikki Sun ’16 On October 17, I was delighted to attend the eleventh annual Intercollegiate Business Convention hosted by Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business. The event was located at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston and was attended by approximately 1,200 future leaders. I was extremely impressed by the scale and organization of…

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VC & Angel Investing: The Next Big Opportunities

The Babson Entrepreneurship Forum has been a flagship event during Babson’s Global Entrepreneurship Week for a few years now. This year, the 2015 Babson Entrepreneurship Forum transformed the traditional conference. Speakers and attendees had the opportunity to participate in interactive workshops and engaging panels. One of the panels I attended was VC & Angel Investing:…

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Petia Whitmore

Preparing for your MBA admissions interview

Round 1 of interviews at Babson is in full swing. The Graduate Admissions suite is full of candidates all day – excited and sometimes nervous. It’s a great time of the year! We know very well how thrilling and anxiety-inducing receiving your MBA admissions invite can be. You made it to the interview round. Now what? Here are…

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Jennifer Eng

Thankful for #JustBabsonThings

Biz-E Beaver isn’t just a beloved class mascot, it is a real way of life for Babson students. A typical day consists of running from class to multiple meetings to the gym or practice to the library until 2am and then catching some sleep until doing it all over again the next day. Needless to…

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Jaime Doherty

Babson continues its WayUp!

Undergraduates that were on campus earlier in October on a beautiful autumn day near Reynolds hopefully walked away with a cozy long sleeve Babson T (courtesy of CCD and the Dean’s Office) and a new professional head shot, courtesy of one of CCD’s newest innovative partners, WayUp! • What is WayUp you ask? WayUp is…

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