Far from the division and dysfunction of Washington, D.C., and the glare and grind of the just-completed presidential race, Babson alumni are doing the unglamorous work of government. These state representatives and city councilors lead their communities and take on the day-to-day duty of getting things done, whether negotiating the budget and haggling over taxes, or making sure the snow is plowed and the potholes are filled.
After the Tour of Duty
These alumni strive to make sure that the country’s warriors, who have sacrificed so much, receive the support they need.
Things Successful Entrepreneurs do Every Day
Ian So ’08, co-founder and CEO, The Chicken & Rice Guys food trucks, restaurants, and catering business. “I wasn’t very disciplined, but ...
News, Notes + Nods
Wondering what your classmates have been up to? Come catch up!
Overheard at Reynolds
Hanging around the student center, you can’t help but catch bits of conversations.
The Challenges of Being First
When Tiffany Tapia ’17 came to Babson from her home in New York City, she felt as if she had traveled to another world. She wasn’t used to living …
A Dynamic Duo
Nearly 500 men’s basketball and ice hockey programs participated in NCAA Division III games last year, which equates to more than 8,000 players …
Babson’s Pathway to the Future
Earlier this fall, Babson earned the distinction of being named the No. 1 undergraduate school for entrepreneurship by U.S. News & World …