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DACA And The Economics Of Immigration
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DACA And The Economics Of Immigration

President Trump defended his decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program as an effort to promote “safe communities, a robust middle class, and economic fairness for all Americans.” In his statement, the President painted his stance as simultaneously shrewd and compassionate. He pointed a finger at roughly 800,000 undocumented immigrants brought…

Burden Hall Should Not Be Demolished This Soon
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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…

Trump Order: Fewer Flags In The HBS Classroom?
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Trump Order: Fewer Flags In The HBS Classroom?

Harvard reacts to the implications of President Trump’s Immigration Policies President Donald Trump on Friday 27th January signed an executive order limiting foreign nationals’ admission into America. While the first wave of the order affects citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries, due to the ambiguity embedded within the it, the full extent of the order’s scope…

Overheard at the Doubletree
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Overheard at the Doubletree

In honor of figuring out our life purpose … escaping the herd  … I mean, recruiting season, we present to you a customer segmentation for our dedicated friends at the Careers and Professional Development (CPD) office. Venture Capitalist Vikram                 … You see, I just love technology: virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality … Anything…

Pokémon Go or Pokémon Go Away
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Pokémon Go or Pokémon Go Away

Pokémon is taking the world by storm. For many, it’s been an addictive game that brings back just the right amount of childish nostalgia, but for others, the game is a zombie-inducing virus that’s infected their friends with the mindless obsession to “catch em’ all”. Here at The Harbus, we conducted a woefully non-scientific poll…

5 Simple Tips to Take With You When You Graduate
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5 Simple Tips to Take With You When You Graduate

From The Harvard University Employees Credit Union With college graduation on the horizon, now is a time to celebrate and look back on all you’ve accomplished – and it’s also time to set your sights on the future. Offering advice to fresh graduates is a tradition as old as education itself, but sometimes, less is…

Class of 2016: Make a Difference
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Class of 2016: Make a Difference

Harvard MBAs’ Biggest Opportunity for Career Impact? Giving Their Money Away. In a few short weeks, the 900+ students of the Harvard Business School MBA Class of 2016 will graduate. There is no doubt that these remarkable people will do great things in the world. But most likely, few will become CEOs of Fortune 500…

Coding is the New Business Literacy
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Coding is the New Business Literacy

Dispelling the myth that “business leaders don’t need to be technical” It’s easy to imagine a future where nearly all CEOs are technologically literate. As we swiftly integrate technology into our daily lives, more and more “traditional” companies are starting to look a lot like “tech” companies. When the first iPhone was released a mere…

The Breakfast Club
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The Breakfast Club

Eight Students Sit Down with Dean Nohria to Discuss HBS’s Place in the World One of the most powerful men in the business world doesn’t work in the private sector. His name is Nitin Nohria, and as Dean of one of most powerful institutions in the capitalist ecosystem, his stewardship affects hundreds directly as students…

Sapphire Ventures’ Quiet Approach Speaks Volumes with HBS Alums
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Sapphire Ventures’ Quiet Approach Speaks Volumes with HBS Alums

Ask any current HBS student with a background or interest in venture capital this simple question: “What is the best-performing venture capital fund in the world?” Likely answers include Sequoia, Accel, NEA, Greylock or Andreessen Horowitz – each a smart pick. Yet, a quick look at CB Insights’ list of the top VC funds with…

The Physics of Love at Harvard Business School
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The Physics of Love at Harvard Business School

Ex-Military Physicist creates new HBS dating service. The Harbus heard murmurs of DatingHub, a new HBS-centric dating service, that has been gaining notoriety among the student population. We sent our intrepid reporter, Vipul Chhajer (HBS ’16), to investigate and interview the creator of this service, Asaf Lifshitz (HBS ’16). The following conversation has been edited…

Onward and Upwards: Marching forward during WSA’s Women’s Week Celebrations
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Onward and Upwards: Marching forward during WSA’s Women’s Week Celebrations

While the world celebrated international women’s day on March 8th, the WSA had lined up several events to celebrate the entire week. The poignant portraits that adorned the galleries at Spangler spoke volumes about inspirational women at HBS. Gender equality is a tough topic. The strides that have been taken can mean that we take…

Harvard Business School Club of New York: Congratulations, Class of 2016!
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Harvard Business School Club of New York: Congratulations, Class of 2016!

After you graduate from HBS, your connection with the school should not be limited to reunions every five years.  Several major cities have alumni clubs, the largest of which is The Harvard Business School Club of New York (“HBSCNY”).  HBSCNY is a unique, powerful platform connecting the leadership and management expertise of Harvard Business School…

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