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Shannon Sweeny

ZAVR, Accessories for the Modern Gentleman

Babson undergraduate students Harshit Garg ‘19, Pranay Kothari ‘19, and Hari Mahesh ’19 are redefining the modern gentlemen by launching the men’s accessories brand, ZAVR Men.  ZAVR Men is a men’s accessories brand that offers modern accessories that strike a balance with both luxury and affordable. They are classy men’s accessories that complement a well-dressed…

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Babson San Francisco

SF Ugrad Alumni Spotlight: Allan Nudelman ’17

“I attained a newfound interest in technology and I am now looking to get into tech as a career path.” Allan participated in the Semester in San Francisco program during Spring ’16. >> Why did you decide to study in San Francisco? I wanted to get away and study somewhere different, but I didn’t want…

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The Glavin Office

Where is my wallet?

This post was written by Education Abroad Peer Advisor Stella Joo… I had a three-day long orientation as soon as I arrived in Florence, Italy on the last week of August. The orientation covered many topics regarding academics, budgeting, health and safety, etc. One of the issues that the faculty emphasized the most was theft, especially…

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Shannon Sweeny

Babson Undergrads Win Money 20/20 Hackathon

Babson undergraduate students Waseem Shabout ’19, Gabe Ficht ’19, Eagle Wu ’19 and Arpit Bansal ’19 along with Derek Canton won the Money 20/20 Hackathon on Sunday October 23, 2016 is Las Vegas, Nevada. All four students belong to Babson’s CodeClub and are very active in Babson’s IoT Initiative. At the Hackathon they were awarded…

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The Glavin Office

Education Abroad & Your Career

In the midst of the fall recruiting season, education abroad can feel like a barrier to scoring an interview with the company of your dreams. Instead of thinking of your time abroad as a hindrance to your career goals, remember that you are making an investment in your personal development. Operating outside of your comfort…

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Michael Chmura

Design That Matters Joins Global Health Track Of Affordable Design And Entrepreneurship Program

Olin College and Babson College, with vital support from the Autodesk Foundation, announce that Design that Matters (DtM) will join the new Global Health track within the Affordable Design and Entrepreneurship (ADE) program.  ADE is a collaborative course in which students co-create new products and social ventures with communities around the world to address challenges…

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The Glavin Office

More than a Dance

This blog post was written by Ha Min Ko, who is currently abroad on the BRIC Program… What comes to your mind when you think of ballet? If you are like me, you think of little girls wearing tutus dancing on their tip toes, occasionally tripping because they are trying to perform moves that should…

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The Glavin Office

Russians, Silence, and the Metro Face

The first week in Russia has been very exciting for the BRIC cohort! We have finally begun exploring the city on our own and started learning words, habits and general norms of the culture. One thing that was most present in our day-to-day activities was the ever looming “Metro Face”. This face is a very stern and cold…

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Michael Chmura

Babson College MBA Business Among Best Student Startups at Massachusetts’ Largest Collegiate Pitch-Off

Student teams gathered last night at Hatch Fenway to present their entrepreneurial dreams to a standing-room-only crowd of business leaders, influential media and seasoned investors at the Next Generation of Ideas, featuring the fourth annual MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) of Cambridge’s Beantown Throwdown. When the dust had finally settled, second place went to Babson College’s…

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