The Dangers of Indifference

November 19 was one of my best days at HBS. We had two case protagonists in my section – one resurrected the Swiss watch industry and the other developed profitable business models to fix global environmental problems. Everyone seemed to have at least skimmed the cases. The combination yielded engaging discussions on important questions like… Continue reading The Dangers of Indifference

Emerging from the Bubble

Over the last two weeks EC sections have reassembled in their old Aldrich classrooms and, with the help of some of their favorite RC professors, reflected on “things to come.” That is, we’ve acknowledged the impending deadline called graduation and have finally admitted that our brief time at HBS is nearing its end. (I know,… Continue reading Emerging from the Bubble

Events Around Town

art/designFri., Jan. 23 – Docent-led Tour: “Life as Art: Paintings by Gregory Gillespie and Frances Cohen Gillespie.” (HUAM) Fogg Art Museum, 12:15 p.m. Free with the price of admission. Call (617) 495-4402 or (617) 495-4544 for more information. See exhibitions. Sat., Jan. 24 – Gallery Talk: “The Continuous Stroke of a Breath: Calligraphy from the… Continue reading Events Around Town

HBS A 8 – 1 HLS

The 100 or so fans who turned up to watch HBS play HLS at the Ohiri stadium in the latest round of the Boston Graduate league were treated to a demonstration of soccer, as the home team struck eight unanswered goals against their Law School rivals. HBS started well, and grazed the bar with shots… Continue reading HBS A 8 – 1 HLS

Events Around Town

art/designWed., April 23-“Mnemonic Devices: Structures of Identity, Strategies of Remembrance in Contemporary Art.” (Radcliffe Fellowship Program) Lisa Saltzman. Cronkhite Graduate Center, 6 Ash St., 4 p.m. A wine and cheese reception will follow.Wed., April 23-“Learning from Performers: Lee Mingwei.” (OfA) Lee Mingwei will present slides. Room G-08, Larsen Hall, GSE, 14 Appian Way, 7:30 p.m.… Continue reading Events Around Town

Events Around Town

Wed., April 9 – “An Art World Transformed: Artists and Patrons in 19th Century Calcutta.” (HUAM) Susan S. Bean, curator of South Asian and Korean art and culture, Peabody-Essex Museum. Lecture hall, Sackler Museum, 6 p.m. Thu., April 10 – “The Work of Diller + Scofidio.” (VES) Elizabeth Diller, architect, will discuss the work of… Continue reading Events Around Town

Events Around Town

ArtsTue., Feb. 11- “Artists as Activists: Muslim Women Artists in New York City.” (GSE Arts in Education Program) Munir Jiwa, New School University. Room G-08, Larsen Hall, 14 Appian Way, GSE, 2 p.m. Free and open to the public. Wheelchair accessible Thu., Feb. 13- “A Changing Picture: European Art Museums Today.” (HUAM) Annamaria Petrioli Tofani,… Continue reading Events Around Town

Cambridge Common: Music, Mescun, and More

“Baby – I’ve got $4 til Friday.” Thus began my journey into a my first Harbus-sponsored restaurant review. In part to assuage my Mexican girlfriend Sylvia’s spicy and, well, kind of loud protestations about my poor financial management abilities (­no mames guey! etc …), I thought I’d attempt a review of the HLS neighborhood pub… Continue reading Cambridge Common: Music, Mescun, and More

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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