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Alumni Perspective – RICK WAGONER, (MBA '77)

General Motors is the world’s largest auto company, selling over 9 million vehicles in 2007 and employing over 260,000 people. At its helm is HBS alumnus Rick Wagoner, who made GM history in 2000 as the youngest person to take over the CEO post. But taking on the position has been no joyride; since 2000…


HBS Rugby Sinks the Ironsides

After their triumphant weekend at Wharton, the HBS Rugby team squared off against a local side, The Boston Ironsides, last weekend. Staying mentally focused was key. The team had won every match of the year by a wide margin and the temptation to relax and play a sloppy game would certainly have crept into the…


HBS Rugby Remains Undefeated

The road to HBS Rugby’s third victory of the season was a long one.literally. The team drove over three hours to play their second away match of the season in Saratoga, NY. The long trip didn’t seem to bother the student athletes as Harvard won 76 – 3. Team Co-Captain Jeff Todd (HLS) described the…


HBS Rugby Wins Again

The hardy boys from Mad River, Vermont were expected to be one of Harvard’s toughest opponents this season and they didn’t disappoint on Saturday, September 15th. They had an enormous forward pack and a group of backs that were wily and experienced. They started the match off in control, marching down the pitch on their…


HBS Rugby Wins Season Opener

The players of the HBS rugby team had only been practicing for a week before their first match but that didn’t stop them from starting the 2007-08 season off right by handing Monadnock a lopsided defeat on Saturday, September the 8th. The team was mentally prepared for a tough contest but in the end the…


Semester in Review: A Spring Packed with HBS Sports

After the winter holidays, HBS’s sports season started with ND’s sweeping defeat of OF in the opening week of the HBS intramural basketball tournament and came to a close with Billy “Mac the Knife” McMorran’s (NG) spectacular result in the Boston Marathon a few weeks ago. Between these two milestone events, HBS’s many talented athletes…


Off to the World Championships…

The HBS rugby team traveled to Duke University this past weekend to compete in the World MBA Championships. Approximately 25 Teams competed in the tournament with HBS fielding both an “A” and a “B” squad. Here, the team prepares for tournament action as Will Swint (OI) avoids the hard-hitting Terry Angelos (MIT) and Thoma Lefebvre…


To our Graduating Friends, from the HBS Rugby Team,Class of 2001

Last weekend, culminating of a long and arduous season, the Harvard Business School Rugby Team participated in the World MBA Championship Tournament at Duke University. We all trained hard for this event. We promised ourselves to settle for nothing less than a victory as nothing else would appease our ambition and resolve. This time, however,…


HBS Rugby Crowned World MBA Co-Champions

The HBS Warriors traveled to Duke University last weekend to compete in the World MBA Rugby Championship. Thirty teams came from all over the world to play in this increasingly competitive tournament but in the end North Carolina’s atrocious weather prohibited an outright champion from being named. Four teams, including HBS, reached the semi final…

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