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Dean Nohria Reflects on 50 Years of Women at HBS

Today, Dr. Debora Spar, President of Barnard College and a Goldman Sachs board member, will kick off a yearlong speaker series exploring the future of women in business. In conjunction with the Women’s Student Association (WSA), HBS will host a number of events this year to commemorate the 50th year of women at HBS. As…

On Campus

HBS to Celebrate National Coming Out Day

This Thursday, October 11, people all over the world will celebrate National Coming Out Day. Since its inception following the March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights in October 1987, National Coming Out Day (NCOD) has become an important tradition for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community and its straight supporters around…


Focus on Religion: HBS Catholic Student Association

The mission of the Catholic Student Association is to provide a support community for members of the Catholic Faith to practice and explore their beliefs. Our goal is to create a church for members of the HBS community while they are away from home or in transition to a new home. In addition to providing…


National Coming Out Day Term Sheet

A quick cheat sheet of terms you may hear in the buildup to National Coming Out Day: Lesbian (L): Describes women who are primarily attracted to women Gay (G): Describes men who are primarily attracted to men, although can also be used as a general term for homosexuals of any gender Bisexual (B): People of…


Tata Hall Topping-Off Celebrated at HBS

In a ceremony hosted by Dean Nitin Nohria last Monday, HBS faculty, students, staff and construction workers commemorated the completion of Tata Hall’s first phase of construction in a traditional “topping off” ceremony. Named in honor of Ratan Tata, an executive education alumnus who donated $50 million towards the $100 million project, and designed by…

On Campus

HBS Security Touts Campus Safety, Urges Personal Responsibility

The Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) advisories landed like a one-two punch rattling every member of the Harvard community. Two incidents of rape committed by two different perpetrators in one week, just days before HBS students would arrive on campus for the new school year. Neither incident, the first on August 10th and the second…

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Sexual Assault at HBS Spurs Dialogue on Student Culture

The HBS community began a sobering process of self-reflection on Thursday when all 10 RC sections convened for mandatory lunches in the wake of a sexual assault incident that raised questions about the broader culture at Harvard Business School. “We’re devoted to creating the conditions where people can thrive, so when we heard about this…

On Campus

Why Harvard Grad School Housing Should Be Smoke Free

In September, my wife and I came home from the hospital with a beautiful baby boy. We were excited, we were happy, and we were exhausted.  But then, we started smelling cigarette smoke in our apartment, and we were shocked. It was seeping through our walls, ceilings, and floors, with an acrid odor strong enough…

On Campus

Partner Perspective: Welcome Back!

Welcome back, everyone! I hope everyone survived interviews, is getting back in the swing of things, and hasn’t started to suffer from post-Field depression yet. I imagine it must be hard to get back into class mode after those tequila treks to Costa Rica and jet lagged jaunts to Asia. As possibly one of the…



This is the first in a series of articles that aims to examine the RC’s opinion of FIELD and its effect on the first year HBS experience //www.replicaforbest.co.uk/replica-breitling-watches-sale-for-uk.html.  This installment focuses on how RC’s view the upcoming Global Immersion as part of the FIELD curriculum. The Hives were full of anticipation on the night of…

On Campus

A Missing Part of the Partners’ Club

If you think about the demographic of partners, we’re all over the map.  Just like students, we’re quite a diverse group of talented people.  Learning the different backgrounds, languages, professions and lifestyles is simply fascinating. There are partners who work from Boston to California, partners who don’t work, those that live on campus, those that…

On Campus

Tata Hall — Seeds of an evolving campus

The decision to plant the Seed. In his path to immense business success, Ratan Tata came to HBS in 1975 and completed the Advanced Management Program.  So impressive were his career accomplishments that he was awarded our School’s highest honor, the Alumni Achievement Award, in 1995. Tata’s affinity to HBS was made quite obvious when,…


Speak Your Mind: Why Free Speech is Critical at Business School, and Why HBS (Finally) Gets It

The cartoon on the top, published a few weeks ago in The Harbus regarding the Learning Hub, entertained readers who could relate to the problems depicted.  The cartoon below, published nine years ago regarding Career Link (a precursor to Career Hub), led to the resignation of then Harbus Editor-in-Chief Nick Will, and has received substantial…

On Campus

Harvard Business School Professor Paul. R. Lawrence Dies at 89

Paul R. Lawrence, a renowned sociologist and a pivotal figure in the intellectual history of Harvard Business School who was one of the world’s most influential and prolific scholars in the field of organizational behavior, died on Tuesday, Nov. 1, of prostate cancer at the Carleton-Willard retirement community in Bedford, Mass. He was 89. At…


What the Heck is a Chief Innovation Officer?

A few months ago, Josh Yang sold his furniture and turned in his SFP lease. After landing a summer internship at a San Francisco-based mobile apps startup called Pulse, Yang was convinced that he would defer his second year of business school to continue on full time. However, just before starting at Pulse in June,…

On Campus

Celebrating National Coming Out Day at HBS

On October 11th, HBS will celebrate National Coming Out Day (NCOD), a non-holiday replete with embroidered rainbow stickers, colorful brochures, and, for RCs replica watches, a thoughtful note from your L&V rep.  But for many, the relevance of NCOD and that of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender experience at HBS remains unclear. Dating back to…


Venture Corner: Qweek

What is your business? Qweek is a SaaS (software-as-a-service) workforce scheduling platform. The product helps service businesses like hospitals, fast food restaurants, banks, hotels etc. manage their workforce to both improve customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction and reduce costs. Our business does that by providing a tool for employees to state their work preferences, and managers…

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