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Europe Comes to Harvard
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Europe Comes to Harvard

One of Harvard’s most important features throughout history has been its unique role as a free and open arena where even the most critical and challenging debates could happen. The European Conference, which took place on March 3rd and 4th 2017, with its panel mix on politics, business, and culture, was surely the confirmation that…

36 Hour Travel Guide: Lisbon, Portugal
Campus News, International, Travel

36 Hour Travel Guide: Lisbon, Portugal

A new section in The Harbus profiling the exotic places HBS students visit on long weekends, and the interesting things to do, see, and eat while you’re there. With an air of majestic elegance, historic beauty and envious affordability, Lisbon, the capital city of Portugal, offers visitors a rich blend of Western European heritage, several…

2017: a crucial year for Europe
International, Print Edition

2017: a crucial year for Europe

Few years will be as decisive for the future of Europe as 2017. A series of pivotal elections across the continent—including votes in France, Germany and Italy, three of the six founding countries of predecessor EU treaties—will test the European democracy and integration project against a rising wave of populism, strongly fuelled by continuing economic…

Brexit – A Geopolitical Perspective
Current Events, International, News, Opinion, Outside the Bubble, Print Edition

Brexit – A Geopolitical Perspective

The nail in the coffin for “Great” Britain? On June 23rd, the British people will vote in a national referendum and will answer the following question; “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave?” Whilst a seemingly straightforward question, if the British people vote through simple majority to exit the EU (dubbed…

Where Business and Society Intersect:  An interview with Lord John Browne, former BP CEO
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Where Business and Society Intersect: An interview with Lord John Browne, former BP CEO

Vipul Chhajer (Class of ’16) sat down with Lord John Browne, the former CEO of British Petroleum and the first openly LBGT leader of a Fortune 100 company, and his co-authors, Robin Nuttall and Tommy Stadlen, to discuss their new book, Connect, and challenges at the intersection of business and society. The following conversation has…

Winning Sustainably: Harvard Students Make Top Ten Finalists in Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge
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Winning Sustainably: Harvard Students Make Top Ten Finalists in Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge

Every year, Morgan Stanley runs the Sustainable Investing Challenge, which gives students a platform to create sustainable and profitable solutions to varying world problems. The organization’s study defines sustainable investing as “the practice of making investments in companies or investments which aim to achieve market-rate financial returns while pursuing positive social and/or environmental impact.” This…

International Surprises: The Best of Field 2 Travels
Culture, Entrepreneurship, FIELD 2, HomePost, International, Opinion, Print Edition, Travel

International Surprises: The Best of Field 2 Travels

By Annie Lindseth, HBS Class of 2017 What could possibly happen when you send 900 MBAs to 12 countries to interview locals and develop new products? It turns out that you can’t anticipate everything, even with a GEO team organizing minute details. And that’s a good thing. Unexpected experiences made Field 2 travel more fun…

My work assessing asylum claims for the UK government convinced me Europe must act together to resolve the current humanitarian crisis
Features, HomePost, International

My work assessing asylum claims for the UK government convinced me Europe must act together to resolve the current humanitarian crisis

The young Sri Lankan woman sitting opposite me began crying before I could introduce myself.  The interpreter remained silent and looked to me to respond; the terms of his contract prohibited him from engaging in conversation with the woman.  I rifled through my papers with their standard opening statements to a blank page and made…

Reflecting on Mexican Independence Day as a HBS student
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Reflecting on Mexican Independence Day as a HBS student

EC Rogelio Magana Shoemaker shares his thoughts on what Mexico’s Independence Day means to him as National Hispanic Awareness Month begins in the United States. This year, Mexicans around the world will celebrate the country’s 205th Día de la Independencia on September 16th. Megan Fairbank: You grew up and worked in Mexico City, Mexico, before…

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