Babson Magazine

Spring 2016

Jennifer Pierre, MSEL’16

Don’t Be Defined. Define Yourself.

The world can make assumptions about you. It can marginalize you, put you in a box, or simply ignore you. This isn’t a world these Babson women will tolerate. They want better. Through their startups, they hope to inspire youth to embrace who they are and not let social norms decide who or what they can be. Has related video

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Learning from Each Other

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Mama Said

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News, Notes + Nods

Wondering what your classmates have been up to? Come catch up!

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A Big Change in Crowdfunding

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Victories on the Slopes

The women’s alpine ski team has gone to nationals four times, but before this season they hadn’t placed better than 10th. This past March, the …