Losing sucks, but this election felt markedly different than anything most of us had ever faced. As Americans, we were fighting to define the soul of our country, and the man supported by the Klu Klux Klan (KKK) won the fight. The man that’s been accused of physically assaulting our daughters, mothers and sisters swept… Continue reading Trump Won. Now What?
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… Continue reading Pokémon Go or Pokémon Go Away
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… Continue reading The Breakfast Club
Growing up, I shuffled between the varsity athletes, music heads, and computer nerds, but as I got older, these passions faded. My creativity was crisply ironed out like the suit I wore every day in New York City. I had gone from building computers and producing music to building financial models on Wall Street.… Continue reading SXSW: My First 24 Hours in Austin
“Educating Leaders Who Make a Difference in the World” – Harvard Business School Mission Statement The application of the MBA is undergoing an unprecedented evolution. For decades, the Master in Business Administration degree was bestowed upon the future titans (or tyrants) in the private sector. Prominent executives like Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg (HBS), Nike Founder… Continue reading Flint Water Crisis: Failure of an MBA