Undergraduate Blog / Tag: Photography

Taline Karozichian

Valuable Hobbies

The first time I picked up the camera was on our family trip to St. Trojan le Bain in France. Every year we would spend the last two weeks of August in Belgium with family, carving a few days out each year to venture off to a different part of Europe. That’s when I picked…

Hit Them Angles

One of the primary roles I have been doing in my internship is conducting a social media campaign. My team and I have been primarily using Instagram and Facebook as platforms. We started from scratch and had to create a branding strategy as well as creating a target market and target persona. It was actually…

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…

Gabe Diaz-Barriga

I’m Helping Entrepreneurs Win

Given that this is my first post, I feel that it’s appropriate to tell you about me.  I am a rising sophomore, the president-elect of the Babson Outdoor Association, a Student Government senator for the class of 2016, an avid rock climber, a self-trained graphic designer, and an aspiring photographer. Through the support of the…

Tyler Murphy

This Is My #BabsonFall

It’s true that a picture (or lots of pictures!) is worth a thousand words! The foliage at Babson throughout the autumn season is remarkably stunning and I have captured some of the break-taking photos of #BabsonFall via Storify (a tool that curates posts from various social media outlets). If you have a photo that you’d like to share,…

Christina Symanski

This is My Babson

Babson is so pretty during the summer! Here are just a few spots on campus we have been able to capture in the past few weeks.             This is Reynolds Campus Center. Its our student “hub” on campus so to speak. ATMs, the Book Store, Campus Mailroom, as well as…

Christina Symanski

Beaver Nation

Here at Babson, we have a lot of school spirit. We work hard all day long in class, but we still know how to have fun. Here are just a few of the reasons Babson is so great, and why we are all proud to say that we are a part of “Beaver Nation”.  …

Thinking Outside of the Box in Barcelona

It’s amazing to think that I am now one month into my internship here at Casamona International SL. On my first day, everything seemed knew to me – the country, the streets, the languages…everything. At first it took me a little while to start responding in Spanish automatically and I would even get nervous speaking…

Autumn Leisure

Hi Everyone, The blazing reds and golds of autumn are beginning to emerge as the weather here gets ever so slightly cooler. Though we are still at the beginning of the season, watching the leaves change color tops my list as one of the most brilliant things about living in New England. The rumor is…