Undergraduate Blog / Tag: Public Safety

Rafael Seiji Matsumura de Oliveira

Is it too late now to assess risks?

A part of the unfortunate events that happen in the workplace cannot be treated as simple avoidable episodes as most “undesirable surprises.” A few weeks ago, while the heads of administration and other members of the coordination were out for meetings, a thief got into one of our classrooms and stole most of the students’…

Meghan Rowledge

Babson Is Here to Help

As stated in my last blog, I am on crutches due to an injury to my knee. In 2 weeks, I will be getting surgery, so I will be on crutches for a while longer. For anyone who has been to Babson, you might not have realized it, but the campus is not very handicap…

Jamie Rappoport

Cabin Fever

It began Sunday evening. All of the students received an email from the school informing us that classes were cancelled for Monday. Thank you Hurricane Sandy! However, upon waking up Monday morning, I heard loud winds whipping my window. My RA called an emergency meeting where she informed us that the entire campus was to…

Jamie Rappoport

Beep, Beep, Beep

Usually when I come into the office on Fridays, I feel fully refreshed and ready to work. However, this morning at about six am, I was awoken to a sound that was piercing my ears. I rolled out of bed only to realize that this was not my alarm for work. Rather it was a…