Tag: Photography

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…

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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…

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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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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…

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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…

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Thoughts on David Akiba’s “Sightlines” Exhibit

Photographer David Akiba‘s exhibit “Sightlines” is displayed in Hollister at Babson College from March 28th to May 25. By Nicole Fischer: Usually, when thinking about a photograph that captures your attention and gets you thinking, you think about a visually exciting photo…one that is full of life. The “Sightlines” exhibit by David Akiba allowed me…

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BRIC: The Big Picture

By Marzan Khan The rickshaws dash past me. Mothers and daughters guard their veil as our footsteps cross one another. Fathers and sons look at me wondering why I am wearing shorts with sandals. This place cannot be my home…but why do I still feel an attachment?  It was my first time back in the…

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A Photographer’s Reflection on the BRIC Program

By Marzan Khan: Hello! My name is Marzan Khan, a junior at Babson. Last semester I studied abroad in Babson flagship study abroad program, BRIC. I had the opportunity to travel to Russia, China, and India with fellow Babson students and faculty in order to learn about the opportunities for entrepreneurship within these emerging markets.…

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