Meghan Rowledge

Staying Connected

Its incredible that with today’s technology I can have a face to face conversation with someone back home when I am in London. Today I not only texted my brother, I called my parents, Facetimes my Mammie and Papa then Skyped with my Nana and Uncle Ken. If I studied abroad 10 years ago I would not…

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Meghan Rowledge

Using ET&A While Abroad

One thing I miss about Babson is having a meal plan. Though Trim might not always have the best food in the world, it sure is convenient and easy. Whenever I am hungry at school I just walk down to Trim swipe my OneCard and there is just a buffet of options in front of…

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Meghan Rowledge

Being a Freshman Again

Being in a new place can be disorientating for anyone. Being at a new university in a different country can be extremely  disorientating. The best way to describe going abroad for the semester and all the ups and downs I have faced so far is like experiencing freshman year all over again. Just like coming to…

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Meghan Rowledge

Purple Walls

As I sit in a half packed room, I’m starting to realize how much has really happened in here throughout the year. You don’t really think about it when you are living in your room, but those 4 walls have seen it all.  They have seen some of my best days, like the day I got the…

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Meghan Rowledge

Identity

College is considered a time when you are supposed to discover yourself. Who am I? Who do I want to be? These questions are constantly running through students minds, including myself. However, it is very easy for us to lose sight of who we are or who we want to be, when society has labels…

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Meghan Rowledge

A Little Bit of Babo in Puerto Rico

Winter break is often a time for college students to relax at home and spend time with friends and family. As a member of the Babson Swimming and Diving Team that has not been how I been spending the majority of my break. After a short week home I headed to Puerto Rico for the…

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Meghan Rowledge

Staying Organized

Staying organized is generally an important thing. It is extremely important when you live my life. This semester I am on my sorority’s executive board as well as junior executive board, on the swim team, in the club Colleges Against Cancer and a FME mentor. (Are you as exhausted from hearing that as I am…

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Meghan Rowledge

A Maturer Lifeguard

It’s kind of strange coming home, especially when it feels like you have never left. Before going to school last summer I had been working at my local YMCA for 2 years as a lifeguard and swim instructor. Then last summer I got a promotion as one of the summer swim coaches. When I was…

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Meghan Rowledge

What I learned/Wish I knew my Freshmen Year

So I have been home for a little over a week, and during this week it gave me a lot of time to think about the past year. Some things I thought about were things I learned/wished I knew coming into my freshmen year at Babson. Since summer is upon us, and many incoming freshmen…

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Meghan Rowledge

CLTP A Unique Program for A Unique School

As I sit here writing this blog, Founder’s Day has just finished up. When our founder, Roger Babson, created the school, he wanted Babson to be one of a kind. And that is most definitely true. Not only is the school unique in its process of educating the students, but programs that is offered to…

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