Tom Callahan '14 and Alexis (Ferraro) Callahan '15

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’re celebrating the many love stories that have started or grown on our campus. Luck or fate, whatever it was that brought you together, we’re glad Babson is part of your story.

Check out a few of our latest submissions. Have your own love story to share? Send it our way!

Arianne (Polonsky) '16 & Maurice '16 Argi
“We met the first day of school in 2012 and got married January 2018,” shared Arianne (Polonsky) Argi ’16 and Maurice Argi ’16. “We couldn’t be more grateful for Babson.”
Alexis + Tom's Wedding
“We met in Professor Dietrick’s Business in American Drama class in September 2020,” said Alexis (Ferraro) Callahan ’15 and Tom Callahan ’14. “We got married on Martha’s Vineyard on September 21, 2019, surrounded by family, friends, and plenty of Babson alumni!”
Kristen Haislip ’17 and Logan Brown MBA’17
Kristen Haislip ’17 and Logan Brown MBA’17 married during Babson’s Centennial year, which was also 100 years since the building of the Laie Hawaii Temple in which they wed.
Caitlin O’Neill ’10 (left) and Megan (Cyr) O’Neill ’11 (right)
“We met after college at a fellow classmate’s birthday party,” said Caitlin O’Neill ’10 (left) and Megan (Cyr) O’Neill ’11 (right). “After a summer of shenanigans, including a trip to Hampton Beach and camping on Saco, we decided to take a leap of faith and start dating. We got married in July 2019 and have been living happily ever after with our two pups!”
Ashley (Strangio) Hoban ’13 and Mike Hoban ’12
“We met during Environmental Technology when we were assigned to the same group,” shared Ashley (Strangio) Hoban ’13 and Mike Hoban ’12. “We got married September 2018 with lots of alumni in attendance and now live in Acton, Mass., with our 4-year-old Vizsla, Wrigley.”
Shane Wedge MBA'93 and Kathie Johnson MBA’93
“Shane (Wedge MBA’93) (far right) and I celebrated our 25th anniversary last year, and it all began at Babson during the MBA program,” said Kathie Johnson MBA’93 (far left). “Fun fact: we were, I believe, the first people ever married on campus. The president of the school at the time invited us to marry by the Globe, and he set up country flags all around us.”

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