Several Babson winter varsity teams are in action this weekend. The nation's top-ranked men's basketball program will host its third consecutive NEWMAC Tournament, while the women's team is gearing up to host its second straight league tournament. Men's ice hockey travels to Henniker, NH, for an NEHC semifinal game against New England College. Both alpine ski teams will be at Sunday River in Newry, ME, competing for NCAA regional championships, while senior Paris Ekman will be diving in Cambridge at the NCAA regional diving championships hosted by MIT. Visit www.babsonathletics.com for the latest news and results!
They learned to skate as boys and in short order fell hard for hockey. That love for the sport never left them. Today they are high school and college coaches, and hockey for them is less about winning and losing and more about the lessons you learn on the ice and the lifelong friends you make who will stand by you long after the game is over.
Coca-Cola’s 5by20 program has impacted the lives of 1.2 million women in 60 countries. With no signs of slowing down, the award-winning initiative is setting a global standard for best practices in supporting women’s empowerment and helping improve the lives of women around the world.
Stephanie Bannister MBA’16 shares how her elective abroad prepared her for an increasingly more global job market.
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When Akeem Allen ’17 applied to spend a semester in San Francisco, he knew what he wanted to gain. “My hope was to engage with the entrepreneurial spirit of the Bay Area through hands-on experience.” With the help of Babson alumni, he and four classmates did just that.
Like many of today’s most successful companies—Facebook, Microsoft, Google, and WordPress, to name a few—Rough Draft Ventures (RDV) was founded at a college. But, for Rough Draft, a student-to-student venture fund, college is more than just the place where the idea was born; campuses are where the idea thrives.
The Babson Board Fellows program gives graduate students like Nathan Burke MBA’17 the chance to join local nonprofit boards and catalyze impact in the social sector.
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