Explore Literary Arts at Babson.
New Student Reading
Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind When You Know What's Right
by Dr. Mary Gentile
Members of the Class of 2017 will be sent a copy of Giving Voice to Values to read over their summer break in preparation for fall orientation. During orientation, students will discuss the book with faculty facilitators as part of the First Year Seminar. Then they hear from the author of the book, Dr. Mary Gentile, who will be on-campus Thursday, September 19th.
Babson Entrepreneurship Forum
When: November 15, 2013
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Where: Carling-Sorenson Theater
Conact: Javier Lara
Babson Literary Magazine
Contact: Anushka Doshi
The Literary Magazine publishes original student work every semester. Submissions may include poetry, short stories, photography or artwork.
Babson Slam Poetry
Contact: Taelyr Roberts
Advisor: Xinghua Li
Do you like to write, recite poetry and make a statement about what you believe in? The Babson Slam Poetry team is composed of students that love to share their thoughts, views and feelings through this powerful art. They perform at the Reynolds Campus Center on Thursday evenings.
Contemporary Global Book Club
Contact: Michele Oshima
The Book club is comprised of people interested in reading about different countries. Every semester a country is chosen, fiction and non-fiction books from that country are read, then members meet and discuss the books. Past countries include China (Spring 2011), France (Fall 2011), India (Spring 2012), and Italy (Fall 2012). If you love to read or learn about different countries we encourage you to join!
urRECA Book Club
urRECA is a program focused on uniting the Babson faculty and staff through discussion around books. When reading is followed by reflection, discussion and action, the Babson community can benefit from growth as a result of personal growth from the book club. For more information click here.
The Writing Center
The Writing Center helps students improve their work in 30-minute appointments where peers review and critique essays, papers and other works. For more information on the Babson Writing Center click here.
The Babson Free Press (FREEP)
Contact: Ellie Monteith
The FREEP provides Babson students, faculty, staff and alumni with all news about the Babson campus. The FREEP is comprised of seven e-board members and an organization with over 30 people including staff mentors. For more information click here.