HBS Soccer Continues Winning Tradition

Often overlooked by the intense media coverage showered on the Rugby Club, many of you may not know that HBS has an extremely strong soccer organization that fields two competitive teams in the Boston graduate-school league. Despite losing a solid group of second year players, this year’s squad was fortunate to have added over 30… Continue reading HBS Soccer Continues Winning Tradition

The Market As God: A Debate

Last Thursday, April 11th, four prominent Harvard professors debated the role of “the market” in law, science, economics and religion. The session started with a powerful video about the emerging black market for human organs. With the demand for organs escalating faster than the supply, some individuals have begun selling their kidneys to those willing… Continue reading The Market As God: A Debate

HBS Guilty of Assault and Battery

Harvard Business School’s soccer team routed Harvard Law 5-1 last Sunday behind a raucous crowd that numbered in the high single digits. With the victory, HBS capped off an undefeated season in the Boston Graduate School League and won the Graduate School Cup for the second year in a row. Harvard Law’s first string was… Continue reading HBS Guilty of Assault and Battery