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Afternoon at Alton Lane

Last week, the Harbus along with Marc Pierre (OG) chatted with Chris Cuozzo, the director of Alton Lane’s Newbury Street showroom. When the team arrived, there was no signage on the store. It’s a second floor secret!! The second floor showroom was visually stunning: faux zebra rugs on deep wooden floors met exposed brick walls…

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It Will Be OK

Becky Cooper Nadis and Alana Hedlund respond to Jodi Kantor’s recent coverage of HBS in The New York Times. To the RCs: It will be ok. You may have seen an article in the NY Times about gender relations at HBS (or maybe you saw it on Facebook.  Or maybe it was emailed to you…

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Culture at HBS: A Response to Jodi Kantor

  The people for whom I have the most respect and admiration on this campus are not written about in The New York Times and are often not celebrated in graduation speeches.  What Ms. Kantor seemed to overlook in her recent piece about gender equality and culture at HBS is simple: the majority of people…

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HourlyNerd – From FIELD 3 to First-Round Financing

HourlyNerd – From FIELD 3 to First-Round Financing   HourlyNerd began as a Field 3 project in Section F. Like many of our peers from traditional backgrounds, we found the assignment daunting. We didn’t have experience creating companies from scratch — we didn’t even have an idea! The subsequent chain of events has surprised us,…

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MBAx: MBAs Across America

That’s the advice Dave Schiff, Chief Creative at Made Movement, gave us this summer. He left a posh post at the famed ad firm Crispin Porter + Bogusky to move to Boulder and start a creative agency dedicated to the resurgence of American manufacturing. We worked with Dave and his team on the e-commerce side…

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Welcome, Back and Forward

Welcome, Back and Forward Welcome back future business leaders. And for you first years…welcome forward?  I can tell you that as a first year you will constantly be enamored with the second years, entranced with the classic paradigmagical trap that makes every second year seem much older and wiser than you are.  And, you’re right. …

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Art Among Us | Art on Campus

Art Among Us Art on campus What is art? Why do we look at art? What purpose does art serve? These are centuries-old questions that are still debated by people in the art industry. At HBS, we rarely have the opportunity to discuss these sorts of questions in cases. Nevertheless, the artworks displayed throughout our…

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Be Mixed

Be Mixed The Cola Wars case taught us that the beverage industry is both unattractive and difficult. Either we are terrible listeners, took RC year to be one big Opposite Day, or, simply took TEM’s “fail early and fail often” motto literally, because we spent our summer launching a new drink. Before we give you…

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Raamin Noodles

Welcome to HBS, RCs! It’s fantastic to have a brand-new group of 900-odd students (as opposed to 900 odd students) who will neither understand the jokes ECs will be making at your expense nor, if my experience was any guide, even be exposed to ECs at all – until your old section decides to finally…

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One Western Ave 451 [Or: How I Met Your Biological Father / The Big Buyout Theory]

One Western Ave 451 [Or: How I Met Your Biological Father / The Big Buyout Theory] This column will follow the weekly triumphs and tribulations of Spencer, Andrew and Felicity, three housemates in One Western 451, as they navigate the coming academic year at Harvard Business School. Andrew, an EC, worked for Deloitte in Phoenix,…

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Building a Connected Uganda

Meet S. Andrew Musoke (HBS ’13) – who plans to democratize internet access in Uganda.  Imagine a developing-world city, colorful and vibrant, where information, education and commerce are transferred rapidly and connectivity rivals that of the first world. But, just a few miles from of this vibrant nucleus, high-rises and five-star hotels are replaced by  rural villages,…

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HBS Strong: Our Campus Responds to the Boston Marathon Bombings

    Feature image provided by Elsa Sze. To see more of Elsa’ Msg4Boston photo project, visit www.facebook.com/msg4boston. For over 100 years, Patriots’ Day has been a fixture of Boston culture, a clapping, cheering, cow-bell ringing celebration between the runners of the Boston Marathon and the 26.2 miles of spectators cheering them the whole way….

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Cold Call: Kate Lewis & Bart Clareman

The Cold Call is a venerable Harbus tradition. This week, the new EICs Daniel and Alex sat down with their legendary predecessors – outgoing EICs Kate Lewis and Bart Clareman.  The Year in Review Harbus: So, HBS is time-consuming, Like, really time-consuming. What motivated you to take on the EIC role in the first place? Bart: I’ve…

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The HBS New Venture Competition 2013

2013 marks the 17th year of the newly rebranded New Venture Competition (formerly comprising the student Business Plan and alumni New Venture contests). The NVC includes both business and social enterprise tracks and awards more than $300,000 in cash and in-kind support to winning student and alumni teams. Both competitions will conclude with a celebratory…

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On With The Show!

In between the chaos of rehearsals and planning, Alexandra Minnis caught up with some of the cast and crew from this year’s HBS Show: Mean Girls [& Boys].  Read on to learn more about the dramatic inspirations and preoccupations of Tara Hagan (NI), writer and director; Gina Yu (NI), vocal director and assistant director; Amelie…

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Cold Call with Katie Peek (OI)

The interviewer becomes the subject in this week’s Cold Call, as Editor-in-Chief Emeritus Kate Lewis finally turned the tables on Katie Peek, Cold Call Interviewer Emeritus.   KL: Lets start with your family.  I’m told  that you come from a formidable republican powerhouse.  What do your parents as siblings do? Does the apple fall far…

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New Tool Streamlines EC Course Selection Process

In response to student feedback, the MBA program has launched EC Course Planner, a new web application that streamlines the course preregistration process and improves the experience of choosing EC courses. RC students were introduced to the tool on April 9th at their EC Transition session in Burden Hall. EC Course Planner brings together several…

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A Short History of the HBS Show

While most of the student body has been busy over the past several months reading cases, attending Euro parties, and traveling the world, over 80 student members of the HBS Show have been working hard to write, produce, and perform this year’s HBS Show: Mean Girls [& Boys].  The show runs four nights, with section-suggested…

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A Chance to Give Thanks

Try something – invite someone outside the HBS community to walk around campus. Chances are it will quickly become clear to them that this is a special place. Beautiful buildings, manicured lawns; everything seems to be perfectly in its place. Next, invite them to take a deeper look into how this place functions; witness the…

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Cold Call: Olga Gomonova (NE)

This week, Cold Call has the pleasure and privilege of sitting down with Olga Gomonova… DC: So let’s start from the beginning. Where are you from? OG: From Russia, a place called Tula, a small military industrial town. Mom is a teacher; dad is a doctor; and everyone still lives there, including my grandma. DC:…

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Harbus Changing of the Guard Produces New Editors-in-Chief

It is our pleasure to introduce the rising ECs who will be leading The Harbus for the next twelve months.  Since joining our humble publication, each has demonstrated a passion for the paper, as well as the follow-through to execute good ideas. Alex Kleiner and Daniel Selikowitz, the new Editors-in-Chief, have been instrumental in engaging the RC class…

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HBS Showcase: Coach Bob Hurley Is As Real As It Gets

Bob Hurley is one of only three high school coaches to join legends such as Red Aerbach, Phil Jackson and Dean Smith in the Basketball Hall of Fame. Before becoming a full-time coach in 2001, he spent 28 years as a correctional officer in his hometown, Jersey City. How has this man become a coaching…

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Oh, the Places We Go! The Travel Issue

We at The Harbus know that business school is like a fine merlot – best enjoyed at a cruising altitude on the way to an exotic destination.  Indeed, travel is valued highly as a part of life here on campus.  Just as the HBS student strives for prestige through the Baker Scholarship, achieving SPG Platinum Status…

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