For the second straight year, the HBS Blades (11 Wins-1 Loss) found themselves in the final of the Tuck Ice Hockey Tournament in Hanover, New Hampshire. But this year, the Blades were the ones hoisting the Tuck Cup to the rafters. The Tuck team got a quick start scoring two goals in the first five… Continue reading HBS Rallies Past Tuck to Capture Gold
Dynamic Markets is a unique course at HBS. Instead of just talking, you are required to put your views into practice. Apply the standard theory, try to think ahead of the class, or toss out the theory and go on gut. Whatever strategy you choose is tested in a real-time, competitive trading environment. You also… Continue reading Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
This year’s HBS Show was phenomenal. Admittedly, as a first year student, I do not have a frame of reference with regard to previous shows, but I can’t imagine a better performance. This was an extremely professional production, pooling the talents of 60+ HBS students over several months of effort. The talent ranged from writing,… Continue reading HBS SHOW:
For those who missed the “Winter Wonderland” concert performed by Heard on the Street (HOTS) and the She-E-Os, shame on you. One piece of advice, don’t miss their next performance. The concert far exceeded my expectations, which were already very high. As a prospective student last year, I visited HBS during the first week of… Continue reading A Winter Wonderland: HOTS and She-E-Os Delight
On Thursday morning, Michael Brookshire of Section OD became only the second person in HBS history to successfully submit applications to all jobs in the HBS Career database. Defying all odds, Mr. Brookshire electronically ‘kicked the d-base,’ by submitting applications to 474 positions. The incredible feat, which required tailoring cover letters and resumes to appropriately… Continue reading EC Student Applies to 474th Job in Database – Sets Career Services Record
Tuesday, January 14, 2003. 2:39:59. Overheard in the hallway: “Yeah, Whatever, Man. I’m not going to check my grades. Who really cares? Everyone knows that they don’t matter. Plus, what do I care how I did on the LEAD exam? What do they expect with that kind of exam? There should be a rule that… Continue reading Grades? What Grades?
At the conclusion of the Fall Term, we found ourselves in the midst of what HBS calls RC exam week, and what I call a six year tour in ‘Nam. After uploading the Lead exam, I felt euphoria, but while in the throws of the tests, I didn’t know if I would live another minute.… Continue reading Impressions of a First Year
Well folks, I am confident that this is the most important and exciting thing that has happened since Erik Peterson got canned from the telephone joint in Vermont – a new HARBUS sports section. Besides commentary that rivals Rick Reilly, photos that the AP and Reuters would fight for, and sports information that is no… Continue reading What's new in HARBUS Sports?