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Partner Perspective

When you move to a new city so your significant other can start business school, it can be really tough transition to make. As if uprooting your life, leaving family and friends, your job, and everything familiar behind weren’t enough, some of you are going to have a harsh introduction to the winter season you’ve…

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Life in “Administrative Processing”

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Josh Applies Student Group Logic to The Harbus

Hang on. Before you read this article, I’m going to need $35. I understand you’ve expressed some mild interest in reading The Harbus today—you’ve made the fair assumption that it’ll provide you with some passing entertainment, and you can maybe put it on your résumé to make it sort of look like you’d be a…

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Ain’t No Party Like A Euro Club Party

Campus was positively abuzz on the eve of the European Club’s Ibiza White Party.  “Do you have an extra ticket?” was the resounding question www.replicabestsale.co.uk.  Access to the renowned event was in high demand; online sales for non-members sold out in just twenty seconds a few days before.  The ticketing website clocked more than 6,000…

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The Harbus Interviews: Marty O’Sullivan

“Keep on keeping on as we’ve been doing here at the Business School…being the best, and we’ve got to stay the best.” – Marty O’Sullivan   Marty O’Sullivan has been working in the OSS branch of the Department of Operations at HBS for over 25 years.  He was featured in The Harbus in 2002, as…

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Don’t Drop the Grenade! Seriously…Don’t.

Managing your commitments at work and school can often make you feel like you are juggling lots of priorities.  Imagine yourself juggling three things:  bouncy balls, eggs, and grenades. That is exactly how I imagine and manage my commitments. We all know that we don’t want to drop the grenades.  Boom!  These are the projects…

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The 60-hour Shopping Spree

“This is exhausting.”  “I’m so confused. I don’t know what’s going on.” “This is awful.  I feel miserable.” No, these students are not describing the management consulting interview process, nor are they lamenting multiple three-case days in a row http://www.replicaforbest.co.uk/replica-breitling-watches-sale-for-uk.html.  Though problematic in their own right, they do not compare to what should be one…

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Startup Tribe Welcomes Class of 2013

Not interested in working at Goldman?  Less than thrilled at logging miles with McKinsey?  If you came to HBS because you’re committed to developing the skills and network to build a startup company, you’re not alone.  Join the Startup Tribe. Do you view these 2 years as a chance to run as fast as possible…

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Without Inhibition

Welcome back, MBA Class of 2012! And a big hello to the Class of 2013: We’re thrilled to meet you! It’s great to be back. After a summer of internships, travel, and time with friends and family, we are excited to reconnect with the extraordinary HBS community. It feels unreal that we have just one…

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A Message from Dean Nohria

To the MBA Classes of 2011 and 2012: It is hard to believe that a year has passed since I was given this wonderful gift of being the dean of Harvard Business School. Yet the calendar provides the proof. I would venture to guess that many of you feel the same way; when you fill…

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Leadership is…

Reflections by Brett Gibson and Justine Lelchuk, Outgoing SA Co-Presidents Last year at this time an article was published in The Harbus questioning, “Where have all the leaders gone?” We were excited to step into an opportunity to boldly reply to the question.  To the HBS Classes of 2011 and 2012, we’re explicitly telling you…

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Your Planet Needs You: Celebrating 41 Years of Earth Day

 In the spirit of Earth Day, let me be the messenger of some pretty shocking environmental news that is surely relevant to each and every one of us….. Climate: Last year, the heat waves across Eastern Europe and Russia were unprecedented – the highest summer temperatures ever recorded in the last 500 years. An anomaly?…

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Fellowships and Financial Aid at HBS

The fellowship program could well be the most misunderstood process in the whole of HBS. When I got my HBS admit, the first thing I did was read Ahead of the Curve , in which the author described admits who emptied their bank accounts, bought BMWs and managed to get a significant amount of financial…

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Holi – The Festival of Colors

Last Saturday’s gathering on the MAC Quad was an emotional rainbow. Over 200 students from across Harvard united to celebrate the festival of Holi with vibrant colors, festive sweets and friendly games. Spring’s first warm rays pierced the cold air in Cambridge on the lovely afternoon of March 26th to set the perfect stage. Students…

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Welcome to the New Harbus Leadership Team

I remember this time last year when I was taking over the reins as the editor of the Harbus from Kay. The time commitment, the expectations of my classmates, and the mandate of improving the publication was bearing very heavily in my mind. In hindsight, I must admit that this has turned out to be…

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Thank you to EC’s for Completing Survey on HBS Experience

Gift Card Raffle Winners Announced In early December, EC’s were asked (ok, bombarded with requests) to complete a survey on their HBS experience. The flurry of survey completion pleas came from a group of EC women conducting a year-long field study on Academic Achievement at HBS.  Although our email-blasting annoyed students craving a clean inbox…

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Candidates for Student Association 2011-2012 Co-President

Team 1: Joe Pasqualichio (NB) and Allison Kean (NE) Team 2: Wayne Ting (NF) and Charlie Newark-French (NH) Team 3: Jon Dick (NB) and Funa Maduka (NF) Team 4: John Smith-Ricco (NE) and Stan Fang (NI) For more information on candidate position papers and campaign speeches visit the SA website at www.hbssa.yolasite.com. Candidates will be…

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Partners Fight the Winter Blues

Seasonal depression or the winter blues is a real mood disorder where people who have normal mental health experience depressive symptoms in the winter. According to Wikipedia, you may be suffering from the winter blues if you sleep too much, have little energy, or feel depressed. With winter lasting extra long in Boston, it’s easy…

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HBS Announces Winners of Student Start-Up

Harvard Business School’s (HBS) Arthur Rock Center for Entrepreneurship has announced nine winners of Minimum Viable Product (MVP) Funding, a new pilot program offering $50,000 in total awards to student entrepreneurs working on projects during the School’s winter term. Proposed by first-year MBA students Dan Rumennik, Jess Bloomgarden, and Andrew Rosenthal, and funded by the…

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Meet the Joint Committee on Diversity

The Joint Committee on Diversity was founded in 2005 and is composed of 6 students and 3 HBS administrators who collaborate to create and implement diversity initiatives at HBS. This academic year they undertook 5 such initiatives. They are currently recruiting new members. HBS is the most diverse community most of us have ever belonged…

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HBS Real Partners-EC Partners Hit the Slopes in STEAMBOAT

In the midst of 450 EC students, partners shredded the pow’ on the EC ski trip. Partners and students flew to Colorado over President’s Day weekend to ski and ride the fresh powder slopes at Steamboat Resort.Comprised of a complete mountain range: Mount Werner, Sunshine Peak, Storm Peak, Thunderhead Peak, Pioneer Ridge and Christie Peak, Steamboat Resort boasts 320 inches of total…

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HBS Healthcare Conference

8th Annual HBS Healthcare Conference 2011 The largest student-run health-care conference in Boston on January 29th! Venture capital. Cash cycles. Information Technology. Nanotechnology. Resveratrol. Gene therapy, stem cells, epigenetics. Autism. No, this isn’t a recap of RC cases, topics, and recruiting. These are some of the terms that are being used at the HBS Healthcare…

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Drive to Make Boston a Safer Place

By Clemens Raemy (OA), Contributing Writer Taxi drivers and passengers across Boston are gearing up for the launch of a new iPhone application to combat the lack of taxi safety. SaferTaxi (www.safertaxi.com) replica watches, founded by two HBS’11 students (Clemens Raemy and Jesus Fernandez) and one Wharton student (Christian Lechner), aspires to fight taxi crime…

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