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Higher Aims and Climate Change
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Higher Aims and Climate Change

Alumni John McCall MacBain (MBA ’84) and Jeff Huggins (MBA ’86) discuss the ‘higher aims’ of business education and how they relate to the business community’s responsibilities with regard to climate change. Women and men who apply to Harvard Business School, are accepted, survive the case-work and snow, and make it to Commencement typically have very…

CLASS OF 2015 SECTION REFLECTION
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CLASS OF 2015 SECTION REFLECTION

HBS CLASS OF 2015 SECTION PRESIDENTS SHARE WHAT MADE THEIR SECTIONS SPECIAL. Section: B President: Bilal Saafir RC classroom: Aldrich 108 Section nickname: Section Bee; Section Baby!; Section Bangalore What’s one thing that happened in your section that you / that you think your section will never forget? Committing our charity auction funds to the…

HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Ben Gettinger
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HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Ben Gettinger

Earlier this month, 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 exceptional athlete winner Ben Gettinger. [stag_divider style=”dotted”] BEN GETTINGER: SQUASH SECTION A, NEW YORK, NY, USA…

HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with George Rudolph
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HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with George Rudolph

Earlier this month, 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 exceptional athlete winner George Rudolph. [stag_divider style=”dotted”] GEORGE RUDOLPH: BASKETBALL SECTION A, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA [stag_divider…

HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Francesco Balestra
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HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Francesco Balestra

Earlier this month, 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 exceptional athlete winner Francesco Balestra. [stag_divider style=”dotted”] FRANCESCO BALESTRA: SOCCER SECTION F, NEW YORK, NY, USA…

HBS EXCEPTIONAL ATHLETE AWARDS: Q&A with Nora Barr
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HBS EXCEPTIONAL ATHLETE AWARDS: Q&A with Nora Barr

Earlier this month, 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 exceptional athlete winner Nora Barr. [stag_divider style=”dotted”] NORA BARR: BASKETBALL SECTION H, TIBURON, CA, USA [stag_divider…

HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: John Watts
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HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: John Watts

Earlier this month, 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 exceptional athlete winner John Watts. [stag_divider style=”dotted”] JOHN WATTS: TENNIS SECTION H, WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,…

HBS EXCEPTIONAL ATHLETE AWARDS: Q&A with Rahul Lele
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HBS EXCEPTIONAL ATHLETE AWARDS: Q&A with Rahul Lele

Earlier this month, 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 exceptional athlete winner Rahul Lele. [stag_divider style=”dotted”] RAHUL LELE: SQUASH SECTION F, MUMBAI, INDIA [stag_divider style=”dotted”]…

HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Juan Muxi
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HBS Exceptional Athlete Awards: Q&A with Juan Muxi

[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 soccer winner Juan Muxi in a compelling Q&A. [stag_divider style=”plain”] JUAN MUXI: SOCCER SECTION G, MONTEVIDEO,…

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…

Commit to Start
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Commit to Start

As explained below, a group of EC students have together launched an initiative whereby their graduating classmates can create tangible goals for making a difference after their graduation. In this letter to the editor, EC Wyatt Smith (HBS ’15) discusses the program, called Commit to Start. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]I[/stag_dropcap]t’s not always easy to envision the…

YOUR GUIDE TO EXAM STRESS
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YOUR GUIDE TO EXAM STRESS

By Maureen Walker –Director of MBA Student and Academic Services. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]L[/stag_dropcap]et’s face it: it’s a rare person who really looks forward to spending 4.5 hours crafting a compelling, evidence-based, word-limited argument about a somewhat random, never- seen-before case. Maybe once in a rare while, a person comes along who just loves taking tests….

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…

Why I started HBS’s newest student club, the music-minded “Sound Society”
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Why I started HBS’s newest student club, the music-minded “Sound Society”

Newly minted Co-President of Sound Society, Jeff Zeller, explains why he started the club, and what students can expect from it. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]A[/stag_dropcap]s a student who loves music, I’ve been frustrated with the lack of a significant presence for music on campus. Seeking to remedy this, I have, along with a group of RCs,…

Gong Ke Gouldstone: Generalist or Specialist?
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Gong Ke Gouldstone: Generalist or Specialist?

Gong Ke Gouldstone asks what is means to be a generalist, and why we are pushed towards specialization, even when it might not be what we need. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]H[/stag_dropcap]arvard Business School is known for its General Management program, yet we’re also told time and again to become an expert at something.  Modern day entrepreneurs like…

A Conversation With Secretary Robert McDonald
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A Conversation With Secretary Robert McDonald

Regular contributor Patrick Daniel spoke with Bob McDonald, Secretary of Veterans Affairs and former CEO of Procter & Gamble, when he visited campus last week.  [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]W[/stag_dropcap]e got a chance to talk to Secretary of Veteran Affairs Bob McDonald when he visited Harvard Business School last week, following his lecture and introduction by host…

10 Things You Don’t Know About Me
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10 Things You Don’t Know About Me

The Harbus Chief Commercial Officer (and HBS partner) Megan Fairbank brings you 10 fun, compelling and unexpected facts about members of the HBS community. This week, RC Kelvin Teo (NC) reveals ten things you might not know about him. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]1[/stag_dropcap]I was named after a refrigerator at home called Kelvinator, but I must say,…

It’s Been a Pleasure
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It’s Been a Pleasure

In his final issue in charge of The Harbus, Editor in Chief and CEO Nabil Mohamed looks back at the highs and lows of the last year. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]T[/stag_dropcap]he first time I walked into the Harbus office for an interview was a very bad day for me. I had just been informed that I…

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….

Serving the HBS mission while studying: Board Fellows & Social Enterprise Club
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Serving the HBS mission while studying: Board Fellows & Social Enterprise Club

Club Co-Presidents Hannah Merves and Ricardo Aguirre look at the impact HBS students are having on local non-profits through the club’s volunteer consulting work. [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]A[/stag_dropcap]s students we often struggle with how to make sense of the HBS mission to educate leaders who make a difference in the world.  One student organization that is…

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