Undergraduate

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…

News & Announcements

Babson College PR

Community Message: 2014 Commencement Speakers & Honorary Degree Recipients

This is a copy of a message President Kerry Healey emailed to the on-campus community on March 27, 2014. Dear Babson Community Members: I’m pleased to announce the outstanding Honorary Degree Candidates and speakers who will join us on campus to celebrate our 2014 undergraduate and graduate Commencement exercises: Tory Burch, CEO and designer of…

Undergraduate

Rahul Daryanani

My 168

    At Babson, I have 168 hours to work with in any given week. Some weeks, it’s a mix of classes and meetings, but other weeks, like this one, are a little different. This week my 168 sure is “busy,” but I don’t mind it because everything I have planned is something I want…

Undergraduate

Rahul Daryanani

Time to Dance

As the 2013-2014 school year begins to wind down, a lot of exciting things are happening on campus. One of those exciting things is what many like to call “dance season”. In April  AMAN, (Babson’s Southeast Asian Group) and BDE (The  Babson Dance Ensemble) each put on shows for the entire campus. As a choreographer…

Undergraduate

Rahul Daryanani

Greek Life at Babson

Greek Life at Babson has officially wrapped up its Recruitment for the 2013-2014 school year and its been a great process! Whether a new sister of Chi-Omega or a new brother of Sigma Phi Epsilon, the new members of the Greek community are already enjoying themselves and getting to know their new family. Greek life…

Undergraduate

Brenda Kostyk

The Eye of the Storm

Without a doubt, you have landed in the eye of the storm.  No, I am not referring to today’s forecasted snow fall of 8-12”.  I am talking about the flurry of entrepreneurial opportunity that’s piling up on your doorstep. Interested in Working for a Start-Up This Summer? CCD’s Internship Fair is the perfect place to…

Undergraduate

Blair

Happy Halloween? How about Happy Championship Season!

This weekend is exciting for the entire campus. As October comes to an end, the trees are losing their leaves and the campus is a beautiful array of fall colors. Students are bringing out their boots and favorite autumn sweaters. Although Sweater Season is my favorite season, that is not why I am excited for…

Undergraduate

Blair

Event of the Weekend: AEPi 24 Hour BBQ

Thursday at 5 pm, the grills were lit and the most anticipated event of the semester began. For 24 hours, the brothers of Alpha Epsilon Pi (ΑΕΠ) manned the grill and served up nachos. About a week ago, the flyers started going up in popular places around campus like Trim Dining Hall, Reynolds Campus Center…

Undergraduate

Gabe Diaz-Barriga

Don’t Fold Your Arms

Whether you realize it or not, you are always communicating.  Taking pictures of live events has helped me better tune into body language–both good and bad. When floating about a networking session at MassChallenge, I am scanning the scene for active and lively discussion.  Thankfully, these people are easy to find: their hands contour an…

Living Entrepreneurship

Action tank hosted by CWEL and Lewis Institute

ACTION TANK- FOOD ENTREPRENEURS On April 23, Babson’s Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL) and the Lewis Institute for Social Innovation hosted a unique event that emphasized Babson’s Entrepreneurial Thought and Action®. They called the event ‘Action Tank’. The unique concept of this event was that four food entrepreneurs presented a unique business problem that…