Babson Magazine

Fall 2015

News, Notes + Nods


With more than 1,800 Babson community members in attendance, Reunion & Homecoming 2015 was one of the best yet. Reunion classes raised more than $5.5 million, and the College is grateful to the 200-plus alumni volunteers who made the weekend such a success. On Friday night, the campus was buzzing as attendees caught up at the Milestone Celebration Receptions, laughed with comedian David Koechner in the Carling-Sorenson Theater, and attended Midnight Breakfast in Trim. Along with the Homecoming Tent and Reunion Class parties, Saturday was a celebration of Babson and the people who make it such a unique and wonderful school. Sunday’s Remembrance Brunch was the perfect way to end the weekend. See more photos at—Lindsay Magoon, manager, alumni communications; photos by Paige Brown and Joseph Nadar

Black Student Union

Members of the Black Student Union celebrated their 45th anniversary and gathered at Barefoot Park for their Milestone Celebration Reception.

Reunion & Homecoming 2015

Reunion & Homecoming 2015

Alumni, friends, families, and students enjoyed gourmet food, specialty brews, and a variety of activities at the Homecoming Tent on Saturday.

Roger Enrico ’65, H’86 and President Kerry Healey

During the Volunteer Leadership Awards Brunch, the College honored volunteers and bestowed the Babson Medal, one of its highest honors, to Roger Enrico ’65, H’86, shown with President Kerry Healey. The Cruickshank Alumni Leadership Award was given to Fred Kiang ’70, M’75. See a full list of winners at

Half Century alumni

Among the celebrations for Half Century alumni were a luncheon and a tour of campus aboard the Old Town Trolley.