Emily Besen

I Am Not This Skin

Post by Michelene Wilkerson When I first got to college, I thought I made it. I thought I had moved past some of my biggest hurdles as a young Black woman: I wouldn’t have to hear too many stereotypes since I won two of largest merit-based leadership scholarships in the country. I along with millions of Black…

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Emily Besen

Sheryl Sandberg’s Top 10 Tips for Women College Graduates

Re-posted from Jenn Tenczar of Undergraduate Career Development on April 30, 2014 “Let’s Dream Big.  It doesn’t cost anything.”  This was Sheryl Sandberg’s, Facebook’s COO and the author ofLean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead and Lean In for Graduates, opening message to participants sitting in on PricewaterhouseCooper’s first Women’s Leadership Series webcast that was presented…

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Amir Reza

Redefining Prejudice: Why are Clive Bundy and Donald Sterling choosing to be subjective, mindless, and powerless?

Elizabeth R. Thornton, Professor of Management Practice, Babson Executive Center and Adjunct Lecturer in Entrepreneurship reflects on two recent incidents that have reignited the conversation about racism. Visit Huffington Post for the full article. She writes: Here we are again — two more incidents to reignite the conversation about racism. In his inflammatory statements, Cliven…

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Marissa Goldstein

Profile of a WINner: Joanne Louis

With the 2013-2014 academic year just about over, I wanted to be sure to highlight a few more WINners: women who were part of the first cohort of the Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab, a year-long residency program for students at Babson College that accelerates their entrepreneurial path from ideation to launch. A senior and…

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Babson Changemakers at the Clinton Global Initiative University Conference

Post by Yulkendy Valdez, Class of 2017 I, along with other Babson students from several classes, had the opportunity to attend the Clinton Global Initiative University conference at Arizona State University during spring break. This conference is sponsored by the Clinton Foundation which supports thousands of diverse changemakers every year to create something good and…

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Christine Yoon

Introducing the New Pride Alliance!

Post by Matt Hard, Class of 2017 Babson’s undergraduate LGBTQ + Ally organization, formerly known as Prism, has undergone a few changes in the last couple of weeks, including the decision to formerly change the name to Pride Alliance. The name change has come with the realization that the word “Prism” has no direct connection…

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Michelle McCormack

Marketing your International Experience

Post by Victoria Bills, a Peer Career Ambassador for the Undergraduate Center for Career Development Whether you went abroad last semester, or you’ve spent your past four years here at Babson after leaving your home country, companies are now working to achieve a more global mindset, and are becoming interested in study abroad and the…

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The (Un)stickiness of Memory

Excerpts taken from an original essay by Yulkendy Valdez, Class of 2017 Memory, like a sticky note, can be easily glued as much as it can be easily detached—easily recalled as much as it can be easily forgotten. The inverse actions of remembering and forgetting encompass cultural memory, and more specifically in the scope of…

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Michelle McCormack

Lessons Learned in Chilly Berlin

Post by Jacqueline Fan, Class of 2015 I was studying abroad in Rotterdam, Netherlands for the fall 2013 semester. Rather than just staying in Netherlands, I travelled around Europe during weekends and between exams. As I am the person who would like to plan everything ahead, I always took charge of the trip planning and…

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The 2014 MLK Legacy Award goes to….

Babson Senior Nitaya Walker! See below for Nitaya’s reflection on the recognition, the statement that was read, and one of Nitaya’s “Walker’s Take on Business” segments from Babson TV! If you’ve paid attention to the launch of Babson TV, you may have seen the first couple of episodes of “Walker’s Take on Business” where our…

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