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Babson Business, Melanites, Getting Noticed

Babson graduate student Jennifer Pierre M’ 16 is looking to make a difference in the toy industry.  She is doing just that with her business, Melanites.  She isn’t only making an impact at Babson, but also in the local media. Melanites Melanites is a toy company expanding representation in the toy aisles with the first…

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Women Disrupting Politics

You might think of “Disruption” as a bad thing – but in the context of social and economic value creation, we know that we can positively disrupt the status quo to make the world a better place. The Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL) has put together a great, multicultural panel moderated by our President,…

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Diversity

At Babson there is a clear emphasis on diversity: racial, intellectual, socio-economic, and many others. I never paid too much attention to it and took it for granted; however after working at Woodside for a few weeks now, I see how actively recognizing the diversity can help you leverage it for multiple purposes. The type…

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A Few Reasons Why I Chose Babson

When choosing which schools you want to apply to, it’s always helpful to identify reasons why certain schools would be the best fit for you; and the best way to determine this is to talk to current students. I’ve found that this is a pretty common question that comes up during interviews with prospective students,…

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3 Words That Come to Mind When I Think of Babson

Babson is an exciting place to be right now! From our recent update in prestigious rankings, the fall semester being well-underway, to Park Manor West getting closer to accommodating its first residents, the campus is lively and thriving! As students come to visit us in the admission office, they arrive knowing about our entrepreneurial environment.…

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See You at Preview Day!

At this point in the admission cycle, we are starting to wrap up our campus events for the academic year.  One of our last major events of the spring will be our final Preview Day on Saturday, April 26th.  We typically hold these events in both the fall and spring to provide an opportunity for…

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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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The Long Commute

It takes about two to three hours to commute from my home to where I intern everyday. Knowing that I’m a horrible driver, I decided to use the train to commute to work. You would think that the distance between L.A. and Orange County isn’t that far, but you always have to expect the worst…

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