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Why 6 ECs Designed The Nonprofit Clinic: Tackling Inequality Course (and Why RCs Should Take it Next Year)
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Why 6 ECs Designed The Nonprofit Clinic: Tackling Inequality Course (and Why RCs Should Take it Next Year)

ECs Vatsala Deora, Sara Gentile, Cait Haught, Shannon Nelson, Molly Palmersheim, and Shireen Soheili worked together with professors to design the course this past fall as part of an Independent Project and now the course is a reality. Did you know that almost 80% of HBS alums are asked to serve on a nonprofit board…

The Breakfast Club
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The Breakfast Club

Eight Students Sit Down with Dean Nohria to Discuss HBS’s Place in the World One of the most powerful men in the business world doesn’t work in the private sector. His name is Nitin Nohria, and as Dean of one of most powerful institutions in the capitalist ecosystem, his stewardship affects hundreds directly as students…

One Month Is Not Enough
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One Month Is Not Enough

By Amber James, Harvard JD/MBA Class of 2019 I hate Black History Month. I love black people, and I love history, but I hate Black History Month. The very concept is offensive. Black history is American history.  The America of today never could have existed were it not for the black people of African origin whose…

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Harbus Summer Fellowship

  The Harbus is pleased to announce we are accepting applications to our Harbus Summer Fellows Program. The application deadline for all applicants for Summer 2013 is April 24th 2013 at 11:59 PM [email protected] This summer, the Harbus News Corporation at Harvard Business School is opening up our doors to invite talented, innovative and curious…

On Campus

$35M Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center to Replace Kresge Hall

Flanked by an all-star cast of political leaders, HBS Dean Nitin Nohria and Harvard University President Drew Faust announced a $40 million gift to Harvard Business School from Dr. James Si-Cheng Chao and Family Foundation. Of the $40 million, $35 million is devoted to the construction of the Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center, a new…

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Year In Review: A Conversation with Dean Nohria

Harbus: What was the highlight of your academic year? Dean Nohria: I am surprised and delighted by the amazing things that take place at Harvard Business School on any given day. But here are some highlights from this academic year: One highlight has to be the opening of the new classrooms in Batten Hall last fall….

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Big Thinking at the HBS Entrepreneurship Conference

Sporting panelists and speakers ranging from Mark Pincus, Founder and CEO of Zynga, to Will Dean, Founder and CEO of the mindblowingly successful Tough Mudder, to Alfred Lin, Chairman of Zappos, the 9th Annual HBS Entrepreneurship Conference did not fail to impress. The quote of the day came from panelist, Jason Jacobs, Founder and CEO…

On Campus

Inspire, Create, & Execute: Entrepreneurship Conference 2012

Entrepreneurs, investors, and over 600 aspiring students are planning to converge on the campus of Harvard Business School for its marquee entrepreneurship event on Sunday, March 4th, 2012.  Although this is one of the oldest and most established conferences on campus, it carries new and exciting context this year. Entrepreneurship is flourishing at HBS and…

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Black History Month Explored

February is marked as Black History Month in the United States and serves as a way to recognize the many contributions of black Americans to the country’s rich history.  Originally, Black History Month was celebrated for a week (Negro History Week) during the month of February.  In 1926, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a Harvard educated…

On Campus

Harbus Reflections from 1959

Editors’ note: The following two articles highlight the first two years of Women at HBS.  The first article contains the announcement to the student body that women were eligible to apply.  The second article contains the words of the first women at HBS themselves as they dealt with the challenges of integrating into what was…

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Kicking Ass and Breaking Glass

“In my 40 years, I have just seen one roadblock after another for women disappear.” – Regina Herzlinger, Nancy R. McPherson Professor of Business Administration and the first woman to be tenured and chaired at HBS December 1962: HBS faculty vote to admit women into the two-year MBA program.  Eight women are admitted to first…

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Tyra Banks: Fun, Fierce, and Financially Savvy

How did you celebrate Valentine’s Day?  A romantic dinner with your true love? At a Tommy Doyle’s stoplight party, hoping to find true love?  For a select group of HBS students and faculty, V-Day was spent with one of America’s ultimate true loves: supermodel and media mogul Tyra Banks.  In a casual 90-minute conversation with…

On Campus

On March 31st, WILL YOU CARE?

On Saturday March 31st, for the first time, the HBS Community will come together in a day of service.  After speaking with fellow MBAs at Kellogg and Wharton, who took part in Wharton Cares and Kellogg Cares www.replicaforbest.co.uk, Sebastien D’Incau, OJ decided that we needed more service at HBS: “engagement and community service matter”, says…

On Campus

Being 30 and Married at Harvard Doesn’t Suck

For most of my adult life, I’ve been considered “the kid.”  Whether it was as a manager leading older people or as a kayak instructor teaching students who were my parents’ age, I was always conspicuously young.  And yet, here at HBS, at the sprightly young age of 30, I find that I have been…

On Campus

What’s Art Got to Do with It? HBS Art Collection Sparks Dialogue, Creativity

When Gerald Schwartz (HBS ‘70), Founder and CEO of Onex Corporation, provided the funding for a contemporary art collection on campus in 1998, no one quite knew how students and faculty would react www.replicabestsale.co.uk.  Walking through Aldrich now, it is impossible to imagine the wood-paneled walls not donned with a variety of contemporary pieces that…

On Campus

Working Towards Smaller Footprints

“Green is the new Crimson” Yes, you read that right. This probably wasn’t the first time you’ve read that either. Ever since banners with that motto festooned Al Gore’s headline talk at the 2008 Harvard Sustainability Celebration, the tagline has become a byword for Harvard’s efforts to reduce environmental impacts.  Each year, Harvard University and…

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Harvard Business School Professor Emeritus Charles M. Williams Dies at 94

“Extraordinary teacher, inspiration to generations of students who have put his precepts into practice” – Plaque at Harvard Business School in honor of Professor Williams Harvard Business School Professor Emeritus Charles M. Williams, a renowned authority on commercial banking and a master of the art of case method teaching who influenced the lives and careers of…

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