Tag: Congo


A Walk through the Williams Room: Reviewing the 2003 HBS Art Show

The Art Appreciation Society organized the second Annual HBS Art Show last week from the 28th to the 30th of October in the Williams Room at Spangler Centre. According to Aliceson Robinson (OA), Co-President of the Art Appreciation Society, the objectives of the show are two-fold. First, it provides a venue for student artists to…


World View

World View Editor’s Note: On a rainy Tuesday morning this summer in London, I opened my inbox and found this email by an HBS classmate. I thought to share it with HARBUS readers more or less verbatim as it highlights an experience that many HBSers might go through in their future endeavors. It also sheds…


Kabila Promises Peace During HBS Visit

Ringed by layers of security and accompanied by an entourage of senior Congolese government officials, Democratic Republic of the Congo President Joseph Kabila, 30, visited Harvard Business School last Monday to meet briefly with Dean Kim B. Clark and have lunch with a selected group of faculty and students. His visit was followed by an…


Achieving Peace and Stability in Congo

At age 30, President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is about as old as many HBS students are. Last Monday, Kabila spoke at the Forum and outlined his vision on creating peace and restoring good governance in Congo. Kabila became President in January 2001 after his father, former President Laurent Kabila,…


Rwanda's Journey: From Hell to Hope

A tall, slim and soft-spoken man represents the hope of Rwanda, the small East African nation that has a population of 7 million. Paul Kagame, Rwanda’s President since April 2000, spoke at the Kennedy School last Monday. Kagame, who was Rwanda’s Vice President and Minister of Defense from 1994 until 2000, has the reserved aura…

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