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Babson Magazine Fall 2014

Mason Wartman ’10; Photograph by Winnie Au

Fall 2014

Sweat, Cinder Blocks, and Entrepre­neurship »

In El Salvador, a Babson team travels to the village of Getsemani, where they help build not only houses but also confidence by sharing their business knowledge with residents. Team members hope to leave a lasting mark on the community. Getsemani, in turn, leaves its mark on them.

Watch a video about Babson’s work in El Salvador. »

When Hunger Hits Home »

Two alumni learn that sometimes the greatest need is right around the corner.

Eyewitness »

Documentary filmmakers work with small budgets and struggle to find an audience. But their personal films capture humanity in all its beauty, pain, and resilience.

Small Talk with Theresa Christy »

The MBA’88 grad discusses optimizing elevator designs, a stint in the spotlight, and inspiring youths.

Challenging Perceptions »

Historian James Bradford explores the past to make connections in the present, with the aim of teaching younger generations empathy, sympathy, and how to think for themselves.

The Intersection of Form and Function »

Furniture from designer Andy Johnson, MBA’11.

Babson Magazine Staff

Donna Coco, Editor
John Crawford, Senior Editor
Sharman Andersen,
Alumni News Editor