Tag: Athletics

James Dewey-Rosenfeld

Winter Sports Wonderland

It is no secret that we’ve had an unusually heavy-handed winter this year, but you know what’s great about being in college when it snows? You don’t have to be the person shoveling (unless some of you entrepreneurial types want to make a few extra dollars)! You know what’s also great about college in the…

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Kyaw Thant

Beaver Fever: In the classroom and on the court…

On a cool Saturday afternoon, the Babson Webster Athletic Center is buzzing with chants and claps, cheering on the Green and White. Taking MIT head-on on the basketball court, the men’s team powered through the halves, moving on to the finals of the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference. Proud fellow Beavers, parents, faculty and staff…

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Caroline

Competition Time for Winter Sports Teams!

Although winter remains in full swing here in Boston, it is that time of year that the winter sports teams begin heading towards their post season championships! Here at Babson, we have 22 Varsity sports between the men’s and women’s teams and among them we have the Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams, Men’s Hockey team,…

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Emily Besen

Barcelona Bandits Welcome Babson Expat!

Post by Jonathan Obadia Barcelona abroad is an experience with a certain predisposed image:  It is no secret the city is a hub of the extended nightlife lifestyle. Awareness of this perception inspired me to seek an opportunity to submerse myself with the native Catalan people; a difficult process considering the rudimentary level of my Spanish speaking…

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Brian Hickey

Top Babson Social Media Moments of 2014

As the year draws to a close, another exciting semester of school has occurred at Babson. Serving as a Social Media Ambassador at Babson, here are some of the top Babson moments I’ve seen over the past semester through social media: Babson Welcomes the Class of 2018: #Babson2018, around 500 students, come to #Babson from 35 states…

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James Dewey-Rosenfeld

TITLE TOWN!

The road to a NEWMAC Championship now goes right through Babson Park. Babson Athletics has had quite the last couple of weeks, as the Women’s Tennis team, the Men’s Soccer team, and the Women’s Volleyball team have all won conference championships in very exciting fashion. The Women’s Tennis team staged a furious rally to come…

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Blair

Fall into Championships

It is hard to believe November 1st is just around the corner! Leaves are falling and the air is getting a bit crisper with fall really taking its place at Babson. With fall also comes championship season for Babson Athletics. This year has been quite impressive for our athletics program, with volleyball securing the NEWMAC…

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Brian Hickey

Eager Beavers: Class of 2018 Ready to Join Babson

With orientation just two months away, Babson’s Class of 2018 will soon be joining the Babson community.  This group of students brings unique qualities and experiences to the campus with its diversity in background, interests, culture and geographic origin. College brings so many new opportunities– academic, social, extracurricular, and beyond – and it is a very…

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Brian Hickey

Brian’s 168 Hours: School, Sleep, Sports, and Social

It is 7:00AM on Monday morning and my alarm is buzzing as I wonder where the weekend has gone – time for another week and I roll out of bed…hopefully recharged and ready to go. A week at Babson is filled with 168 hours – to balance between academics, sleep, extracurricular/other activities, and a social…

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Rahul Daryanani

Looking Back

With only 30 days until graduation, time seems to be flying by even faster than before. The past four years at Babson have been, to the say least, eventful. My time here has been fun, energetic, interesting, rigorous, and rewarding. As I think about what’s in store after college for me, I realize that I…

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