Young Millionaires Club

When I went to the annual YPO/e-club mixer on Wednesday, January 24, I expected a repeat of the MBA/AMP (Advanced Management Program) networking event in which I was cornered by a narcissistic executive who spoke ad mortem about his company. I could hardly have been more mistaken. As I walked toward Kresge, I was perplexed… Continue reading Young Millionaires Club

MBA Cares Team Continues the HBS Tradition of Social Responsibility at the Walk for Hunger

The facts are disheartening and shocking. According to Project Bread’s 2005 Status Report on Hunger in Massachusetts, “630,000 people (9.8 percent of the population) live below the poverty line.” Hunger has violent medical and emotional consequences. Although severe malnutrition is rare in America, approximately thirteen million households experience food insecurity. Paradoxically, there exists a link… Continue reading MBA Cares Team Continues the HBS Tradition of Social Responsibility at the Walk for Hunger

Skating at Frog Pond: Making the Most of a Dreary New England Winter

For plenty of those at HBS, adapting to life during the winter months here in Boston is a unique and often challenging experience. As the temperatures drop, more and more time is spent indoors, and venturing out into the harshness of winter becomes an unappealing proposition. However, the winter months also provide an opportunity to… Continue reading Skating at Frog Pond: Making the Most of a Dreary New England Winter

Maggianos

Maggiano’s Little Italy (4 Columbus Avenue, near the Boston Common) is a chain of Italian restaurants with locations in twelve states. The first Maggiano’s opened in 1991, blending “the tradition of family and the celebration of friends” according to the company web site. This tradition evidently involves gigantic portions, perfectly designed for large section parties.… Continue reading Maggianos

West Side Story:

Maggiano’s Little Italy (4 Columbus Avenue, near the Boston Common) is a chain of Italian restaurants with locations in twelve states. The first Maggiano’s opened in 1991, blending “the tradition of family and the celebration of friends” according to the company web site. This tradition evidently involves gigantic portions, perfectly designed for large section parties.… Continue reading West Side Story: