Babson Magazine

Winter 2016

Photo: Tom Kates

Imagining the Unimaginable

Fast moving. Risky. Diverse. Complex. The multibillion-dollar biotechnology industry keeps these alumni challenged and intrigued, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.

Permanent link to Second Acts

Second Acts

On the first day of his second career, Stuart Harper ’74 stood before a class full of men in the early, fragile days of sobriety. On the …

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Adventure and Drive

Sitting down for dinner at a popular South Boston restaurant, Polina Raygorodskaya ’08 is faced with a decision: What wine should she order? “I …

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Small Talk with Michael Martin

While Michael Martin now lives in an old house by the sea in Beverly, Massachusetts, he hasn’t forgotten the rural Pennsylvania where he came …

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Lost, then Found

Craig Ehrlich’s first teaching job was on an Army base in South Korea. A lawyer by trade, he taught “A Survey of Business Law” to service members …

Permanent link to Love, Art, and Chocolate

Love, Art, and Chocolate

The five days leading up to Valentine’s Day at Xocolatti, the New York City chocolate shop founded by Shaineal Shah ’09, are “out of control,” …

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The Man Who Bought

A funny thing happened to Sanmay Ved, MBA’16, early one Tuesday last fall. At precisely 1:20 a.m., for one weird, wild, improbable minute, he …

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Helping a Nonprofit Reach Its Goals

Common Threads needed help. A nonprofit focused on teaching children, especially those in low-income communities, how to purchase, eat, and cook …

News, Notes + Nods

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

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Love Stories

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we share some of the ways that Babson bonds have brought couples together.

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Women’s Soccer Makes the Dance

A history-making moment unfolded for the women’s soccer team last semester. For the first time in 35 seasons, its name was called during the NCAA …