Undergraduate Blog / Tag: Soccer

The World Cup brings startups together

The MC Boston office has a kitchen with sofas and a TV. Normally, this room is used for quick meetings and getting work done. However, this summer the World Cup changed everything. One day, as I was working, I heard people screaming from the kitchen. I walked there to see what was happening and I’m surprised.…

Jose Damasceno

World Cup and work

Most countries have common symbols of nationalism: a flag, a national anthem or even the victory in a war. In Brazil, several of the symbols we were established after the proclamation of the republic in 1889. In the 50s, Brazil’s president at the time, Juscelino Kubitschek (also called JK, as a reference to John F.…

Vicky Keller

A Career in Sports: An Endeavor Worth Taking

Last week Dan Dropkin-Frank, Sales Manager at New England Revolution, visited the Sports Marketing class at Babson Collage.  As a guest blogger this week he shares his career journey to achieving his ultimate goal of breaking into the sports industry–a winding path, but as he states, “an endeavor worth taking”.     I quickly shut down GMail because I…

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TITLE TOWN!

The road to a NEWMAC Championship now goes right through Babson Park. Babson Athletics has had quite the last couple of weeks, as the Women’s Tennis team, the Men’s Soccer team, and the Women’s Volleyball team have all won conference championships in very exciting fashion. The Women’s Tennis team staged a furious rally to come…

Jamie Rappoport

Walking Through Autumn

While walking to class this week, each day I noticed more and more leaves on the ground. Now, I sit here gazing out the window as my eyes are drawn to the red, yellow, and orange leaves that cover trees across campus. Although I am a bit biased, I think most can agree that Babson…