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Over-Leveraging America’s Future: Business Leaders Must Do Better
Campus News, Current Events, Opinion, Outside the Bubble

Over-Leveraging America’s Future: Business Leaders Must Do Better

Roaming the halls of Harvard Business School over the past few weeks, you would never know it, but the U.S. Senate just voted on one of the most consequential pieces of legislation of our time. Early Saturday morning, the Senate passed a tax “overhaul” that dramatically lowers corporate tax rates, balloons the federal deficit, reduces…

Commit to Growth
Academics, Campus News, Kevin Sharer, On Campus

Commit to Growth

We hear a lot about growth. So much that perhaps you just tune out the message as part of the background noise. Growth? We need jobs, money to live on and pay back loans, life partners, children, friends, and a little (very little) time for ourselves. Check with me later. Besides, have we not been…

From the Editors’ Desk
Campus News, On Campus

From the Editors’ Desk

What can we do to earn our place at HBS? An education at Harvard Business School is one of the most enviable distinctions in the professional world — but what exactly is the defining value of the experience? Can it be isolated to a single attribute? We are a school after all — perhaps it…

Manning Didn’t Deserve Rescinded Harvard Visiting Fellowship
Academics, Campus News, Controversy, Current Events, Featured, News, On Campus, Opinion, Outside the Bubble

Manning Didn’t Deserve Rescinded Harvard Visiting Fellowship

Manning Invite Widened the Civilian-Military Divide at Harvard In honoring former US Army Specialist Chelsea Manning by naming her a Visiting Fellow, the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School opened wide a wound that leaders at Harvard have diligently worked to close in recent years: the civilian-military divide. There are few Rorschach Tests more…

Burden Hall Should Not Be Demolished This Soon
Campus News, Controversy, Featured, HomePost, On Campus, Opinion, Print Edition

Burden Hall Should Not Be Demolished This Soon

The Issue Burden Hall was supposed to be demolished after Klarman Hall became fully operational in 2018. Over the Summer of 2017, the administration decided to advance this demolition to mid-October 2017. The student body was not consulted until months after the decision had been taken. The HBS Student Association Senate first came to know…

From the Editors’ Desk
Campus News, Culture, On Campus, Opinion

From the Editors’ Desk

Why are you here? Did you come to Harvard Business School to find your next job, make career contacts, or learn everything the case method can teach you? Did you come to make new friends, travel the world, or just spend a couple of years working out and eating right? Maybe you came to write…

Spotlight: Tech Club at HBS
Campus News, Club Corner

Spotlight: Tech Club at HBS

The Technology Club at HBS connects the community here in Cambridge to the rest of the tech world by highlighting new tech trends, teaching members new skills, facilitating recruiting, and fostering networking within HBS, Boston and beyond. While Silicon Valley may feel far away, our student-run organization ensures that students have the chance to connect…

Advice from faculty to outgoing ECs
Alumni, Campus News, Print Edition

Advice from faculty to outgoing ECs

Stay in touch with one (or more) of your faculty members; these oftentimes become amazing points of connection — in both directions — over the long term and a great way to stay engaged with HBS. Dean Nohria Think about what is important to you and to those whom you care about. Use that input to…

Admitted Students Welcome Review
Admissions Advice, Campus News, Humor, Print Edition

Admitted Students Welcome Review

It’s the final furlong of the recruitment calendar, but how does the HBS Admitted Student Welcome fare for the Class of 2019  No one told me that my first intellectual challenge at Harvard Business School would be picking the “theme tune which best describes my life” over an ice-breaking lunch with my fellow admits. Panic. What answer would make me sound sufficiently fun,…

ASIA BUSINESS CONFERENCE 2017
Campus News, Club Corner, Print Edition, Student Club

ASIA BUSINESS CONFERENCE 2017

On Saturday March 4, 2017, nearly 500 students, scholars, professionals and executives continued a longstanding tradition by congregating at the Harvard Business School campus to attend the 26th Annual Asia Business Conference at Harvard University. This year’s conference, entitled “Asia in a Changing World”, focused on the role of Asia as the fastest growing region…

A Lifetime of Service: An Interview with Secretary Ray Mabus
Alumni, Campus News, Interview, On Campus, Politics, Print Edition

A Lifetime of Service: An Interview with Secretary Ray Mabus

Over the course of his career, Ray Mabus (HLS ‘75) has held remarkably diverse, high-level roles in both state and federal government: from first serving as Mississippi State Auditor at the age of 35, to becoming the nation’s youngest governor, to his role as Ambassador to Saudi Arabia—and finally his tenure as Secretary of the…

Who said Harvard MBAs don’t code?
Alumni, Campus News, Club Corner, Featured, On Campus, Print Edition, Technology

Who said Harvard MBAs don’t code?

Last spring, we published a Harbus piece asserting that “coding is the new business literacy.” As we look back on the student-led digital literacy movements at HBS over the past year, we’d say that the student body agrees. There’s a blossoming ecosystem on campus of tech-driven clubs, hackathons, and ventures. It’s hard to believe that…

The End of Facts = The End of Empathy
Campus News, Outside the Bubble

The End of Facts = The End of Empathy

On Tuesday 31st of January, Harvard University hosted an event entitled ‘The End of Facts – Journalism in a Post-Truth Era’. This session filled Harvard’s largest auditorium, the Sanders Theatre, and required an overflow area for students and faculty from Harvard and beyond. They had flocked to hear the musings of luminaries within news media…

How Things Work: Machine Learning
Blogs, Campus News, On Campus, Opinion

How Things Work: Machine Learning

It all started with the TOM case on Watson. After a class-long discussion on what is Toronto, Anton and I were amazed by how we were able to cover one of the greatest machine learning triumphs in human history without actually talking much about machine learning. When Anton started planning for the new Harbus column…

Europe Comes to Harvard
Campus News, Club Corner, International, On Campus

Europe Comes to Harvard

One of Harvard’s most important features throughout history has been its unique role as a free and open arena where even the most critical and challenging debates could happen. The European Conference, which took place on March 3rd and 4th 2017, with its panel mix on politics, business, and culture, was surely the confirmation that…

The Great Indian Start-Up Dream!
Campus News, Entrepreneurship, News, On Campus

The Great Indian Start-Up Dream!

What do you get when you have 500 million new internet users, a young and productive, burgeoning middle class and a workforce which defines global standards in technology? A vibrant and dynamic startup ecosystem i.e. India! Over the past 3 years, > $3 Billion was invested in startups in India. Leading venture investors like Sequoia,…

From the Editors’ desk
April 1st, Campus News, Opinion

From the Editors’ desk

HBS students ought to stop taking themselves so seriously With April comes the annual joke issue of the Harbus. We hope you enjoyed its comedic exterior and that it lured you deeper into the issue to read the more usual, serious content therein. Somewhere in there is a metaphor for the way teaching should work…

The incoming SA Presidents share their thoughts with the HBS Community
Campus News, Featured, Features, On Campus

The incoming SA Presidents share their thoughts with the HBS Community

Hi HBS! We are excited to serve as your 2017-2018 Student Association Co-Presidents. We are honored to have the opportunity to represent you and continue the legacy of LaToya and Libby. The leadership our outgoing Co-Presidents have shown over their tenure has not gone unnoticed and is immensely appreciated.  HBS is indeed a little smaller,…

Memoirs of an EC
Alumni, Campus News, Culture, On Campus, Opinion

Memoirs of an EC

Sasha Pang’s Three Most Important Lessons From Business School Have Nothing To Do With Business In August 2015, my husband and I packed ourselves and our beloved cockapoo into our SUV, and drove from San Francisco to Boston. As we made our way across the country, I looked forward with anticipation to the challenge and…

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