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HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Jeff Zeller
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HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Jeff Zeller

[stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]L[/stag_dropcap]ast week, Delia Zanoschi and Tum Preugpaibul (RCs) announced the winners of the inaugural HBS exceptional athlete awards, an initiative they started this year to recognize the best athletes at HBS. This week, Delia and Tum interviewed HBS Class of 2016 tennis winner Jeff Zeller in a compelling Q&A. [stag_divider style=”plain”] JEFF ZELLER: TENNIS SECTION B, DENVER,…

HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Parth Jindal
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HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Parth Jindal

[stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]L[/stag_dropcap]ast week, Delia Zanoschi and Tum Preugpaibul (RCs) announced the winners of the inaugural HBS exceptional athlete awards, an initiative they started this year to recognize the best athletes at HBS. This week, Delia and Tum interviewed HBS Class of 2016 squash winner Parth Jindal in a compelling Q&A. [stag_divider style=”plain”] PARTH JINDAL: SQUASH SECTION G, MUMBAI, INDIA…

HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Karley Marty
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HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Karley Marty

[stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]L[/stag_dropcap]ast week, Delia Zanoschi and Tum Preugpaibul (RCs) announced the winners of the inaugural HBS exceptional athlete awards, an initiative they started this year to recognize the best athletes at HBS. This week, Delia and Tum interviewed HBS Class of 2016 basketball winner Karley Marty in a compelling Q&A. [stag_divider style=”plain”] Karley Marty: basketball Section…

HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Daniel Fisher
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HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Daniel Fisher

[stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]L[/stag_dropcap]ast week, Delia Zanoschi and Tum Preugpaibul (RCs) announced the winners of the inaugural HBS exceptional athlete awards, an initiative they started this year to recognize the best athletes at HBS. This week, Delia and Tum interviewed HBS Class of 2016 basketball winner Daniel Fisher in a compelling Q&A. [stag_divider style=”plain”] DANIEL FISHER: Basketball SECTION…

HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with GAURAV VARSHNEY
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HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with GAURAV VARSHNEY

[stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]L[/stag_dropcap]ast week, Delia Zanoschi and Tum Preugpaibul (RCs) announced the winners of the inaugural HBS exceptional athlete awards, an initiative they started this year to recognize the best athletes at HBS. This week, Delia and Tum interviewed HBS Class of 2016 badminton winner Gaurav Varshney in a compelling Q&A. [stag_divider style=”plain”] GAURAV VARSHNEY: BADMInton Section…

Winners announced in HBS exceptional athlete awards
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Winners announced in HBS exceptional athlete awards

Delia Zanoschi and Tum Preugpaibul (RCs) announce the winners of the inaugural HBS exceptional athlete awards, an initiative they started this year to recognise the best athletes at HBS. Over the past few weeks we were proud to have met and interviewed the finalists for the HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards. The talks we had were humbling, sparkling,…

CEO seven months after HBS
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CEO seven months after HBS

Professor Kevin Sharer, former CEO of Amgen, shares the story of a HBS graduate who found himself the owner and CEO of a multi-million dollar company just seven months after graduating from his MBA. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]W[/stag_dropcap]e at HBS are rightly and deservedly known as the institution most focused on the general manager’s view, and we…

Literally unbelievable: A Round-up of The Harbus April Fools articles that went viral
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Literally unbelievable: A Round-up of The Harbus April Fools articles that went viral

The Harbus April Fools articles go viral – including among many who didn’t quite realize it was a joke. Managing Editor Steve Hind explains. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]L[/stag_dropcap]ast week, The Harbus learned a valuable lesson: we should stop what we’ve been doing all year, and write fake articles instead. On April one and two, a half…

Harvard University, along with 27 other universities, to conduct a confidential sexual assault and sexual misconduct climate survey, starting April 12
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Harvard University, along with 27 other universities, to conduct a confidential sexual assault and sexual misconduct climate survey, starting April 12

By Beth Kozik, MBA Student & Academic Services [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]A[/stag_dropcap]pril is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) in the United States. The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence and to educate communities on how to prevent it. It is apropos that this April, Harvard University, in cooperation with the American Association…

The Harbus survey shows The Harbus more IRS than Walgreens
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The Harbus survey shows The Harbus more IRS than Walgreens

[stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]A[/stag_dropcap] survey of over 1,000 readers conducted by The Harbus reveals that the venerable campus publication has a net promoter score (NPS) of -75, with 89% of readers considering themselves extremely likely to set fire to any copies of the paper they happen to find lying around. This makes The Harbus about as popular…

Bee infestation forces closures of the Hives
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Bee infestation forces closures of the Hives

[stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]T[/stag_dropcap]he Harbus has learned that the Hives within Batten Hall will close next week so that HBS authorities can try to remove a persistent bee infestation. Sources close to the administration revealed that the dramatic decision to shut the Hives was taken after a number of students were stung by resident bees while…

All HBS RC courses to be rolled into LEAD
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All HBS RC courses to be rolled into LEAD

RC program chair Rawi Abdelal announced today that, starting this fall, all RC courses will be rolled into ‘LEAD’, the first year leadership course. Rawi explained that the change was driven by a desire to be more upfront with students. “We feel like the current iteration of the RC curriculum isn’t completely straight with students…

Spring melts snow, revealing hundreds of dead, frozen bunnies
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Spring melts snow, revealing hundreds of dead, frozen bunnies

[stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]S[/stag_dropcap]tudents who spent the winter jokingly asking ‘where did the campus bunnies go?’ have had their question answered in a most grisly way by the melting snow, which has revealed the frozen corpses of hundreds of bunnies. Students who assumed the campus’ cute critters had spent the winter like the students had –…

HBS founders launch startup based on deep technical expertise
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HBS founders launch startup based on deep technical expertise

RCs Chris O’Neill and Allison Vargas today launched their new startup, ‘Technicly’, an ambitious machine learning data analytics business. In an interview at Technicly’s launch night, the founders explained their technology offered companies “complex data analysis and evaluation tools that previously cost hundreds of thousands of dollars”. “We’re excited to be launching today,” Allison said,…

Reflections on Harvard Business School India Conference 2015
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Reflections on Harvard Business School India Conference 2015

Cherian Kurien (EC), on behalf of the co-Chairs of the conference, reflects on the 2015 India conference, which this year was titled “India’s path to global leadership”. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]T[/stag_dropcap]he India conference is an annual event organized by Harvard students. The conference has in the past focused on a plethora of issues related to India….

HBS Latin American Conference 2015: OUR OWN WAY
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HBS Latin American Conference 2015: OUR OWN WAY

ECs Maria-Fe Razetto and Sebastian Valenzuela, Co-Chairs of HBS’ upcoming XVII Latin American Conference, tells us how the event will gather business and policy leaders from the region embracing the uniqueness and unlocked potential for its countries. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]I[/stag_dropcap]n a context that has disfavored the appetite for emerging economies in general, and Latin America in particular, the upcoming edition…

White Ribbon Day
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White Ribbon Day

Beth Kozick, Associate Director for Student and Academic Services, shares the history of White Ribbon Day, and how HBS students can pledge to help stop violence against women. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]A[/stag_dropcap]ccording to a 2013 global review of available data, conducted by UN Women, 35% of women worldwide have experienced either physical and/or sexual intimate partner…

2015 Dynamic Women in Business Conference: Going Beyond
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2015 Dynamic Women in Business Conference: Going Beyond

WSA Communications Director Angela Winkel reports on the 2015 edition of the Dynamic Women in Business Conference. 1100 attendees.  800+ tweets.  22 panels.  10 lessons that empowered. Seven lessons that energized – and deftly merged stand-up comedy with women’s empowerment. Three lessons that inspired. One case launched. Nine months of planning. One incredible day.  …

Real Estate Venture Competition Launched by HBS and Graduate School of Design to Encourage the Convergence of Real Estate and Tech
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Real Estate Venture Competition Launched by HBS and Graduate School of Design to Encourage the Convergence of Real Estate and Tech

Together, the seven of us (Faisal Almogren, Marcus Goodwin, Chris Lawlor, Kunal Lunawat, Lauren McClellan, Brynne Mcnulty and Anthony Stahl) from the business and design schools have started a pitch competition to fuel innovation with tech in real estate. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]A[/stag_dropcap]n antiquated asset class worth one trillion dollars by itself, real estate has been…

Exclusive: SA Co-Presidents-elect on finding out the news, their vision for the SA, and getting started
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Exclusive: SA Co-Presidents-elect on finding out the news, their vision for the SA, and getting started

 Anya Hayden and Brad Minkow have just been elected as Co-Presidents of the HBS Student Association (SA). Shortly after they were announced as Co-Presidents-elect, The Harbus arranged an exclusive interview. Steve Hind: Where were you when you found out the news? What was your reaction? Anya and Brad: We were actually already on the phone…

Large turnout elects Anya and Brad as SA Co-Presidents by an undisclosed margin
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Large turnout elects Anya and Brad as SA Co-Presidents by an undisclosed margin

Nearly 80% of RC students voted yesterday to elect Anya Hayden and Brad Minkow as the Co-Presidents of the HBS Students Association for 2015-16, but their margin of victory was not disclosed in, in line with what organizers called a ‘standard process’. Anya and Brad were victorious over Aziz Albahar and Lynn ElHarake in a campaign…

After final pitches from candidates, voting starts in SA Co-President election
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After final pitches from candidates, voting starts in SA Co-President election

Voting is now open in the race to be Co-Presidents of the HBS Students Association for 2015-16. Students can vote here. The two tickets of candidates, Aziz Albahar & Lynn ElHarake, and Anya Hayden & Brad Minkow, ended two weeks of campaigning with final pitches to RC classes yesterday over lunch. The largest struggle students…

Should we take Harvard MBAs seriously as startup founders?
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Should we take Harvard MBAs seriously as startup founders?

This post was written by Dimitri Dadiomov and originally published on NextView Ventures‘ blog.  Going to business school and becoming a startup founder are often positioned as conflicting choices by the media and startup bloggers. So we decided to study one program in particular: Harvard Business School. Going to business school and becoming a startup founder…

Mindfulness As a Route to Being Present in the HBS Experience
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Mindfulness As a Route to Being Present in the HBS Experience

Adam Flick (EC), an organizer of the upcoming BioHacking Conference, shares some of what he’s learned about the benefits of mindfulness as an antidote to anxiety, FOMO and stress about money. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]I[/stag_dropcap] recently grabbed drinks with future members of the Class of 2017 at HBS’s February Admitted Students Weekend. Aside from the usual questions…

Race for SA Co-Presidency Underway
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Race for SA Co-Presidency Underway

[stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]T[/stag_dropcap]he race to find out who will be the Co-Presidents of the Students Association for 2015-16 started February 3, when interested candidates indicated their interest in running. The candidate list will be confirmed by February 5 and campaigning will begin February 9. Once candidates are announced, they will have two weeks to campaign…

The Harbus Guide to Second Semester RC Classes
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The Harbus Guide to Second Semester RC Classes

Editor in Chief and EC Nabil Mohamed provides an unofficial guide to this semester’s RC classes. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]C[/stag_dropcap]ongratulations to all the RCs out there. You made it past the “newbie” phase of being here, and now you’re just…here. First semester classes, for better or for worse, probably took you by surprise. But how about…

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