How to Argue like Jesus

By Charles Huang, Contributing Writer What does JC stand for? Jesus Christ to most, John Coleman (MBA/MPA OJ 2010) to others around campus. What both JCs share though, is a gift and talent for communication. Coleman has demonstrated his prowess as winner of the Fall 2008 HBS Speech Club’s BS Competition. However, some of Coleman’s… Continue reading How to Argue like Jesus

The Importance of Faith and Setting an Example:

The Harvard Business School Latter-day Saints Student Association (LDSSA) welcomed Jane Clayson Johnson and her husband Mark to a club “fireside” on Sunday, April 9th for an hour-long discussion on faith, the importance of giving service to others, and being an example to one’s peers. This fireside was the latest in a monthly speaker series… Continue reading The Importance of Faith and Setting an Example:

Veritas Forum Poses Tough Questions

Harvard students and alumni gathered to discuss themes of love and Christianity during the Veritas Forum’s three day seminar and lecture series held on campus this past weekend. This year’s forum, whose teaser posters questioned “Where is the love?,” featured several speakers who discussed topics including ‘Poverty and the Creative Response,’ ‘The Coherence of God’s… Continue reading Veritas Forum Poses Tough Questions

Who are the Mormons?-One Mormon's Perspective

The recent Winter Olympics turned the world’s attention for a brief moment to the unlikeliest of places–Salt Lake City, Utah. Besides a really saline lake, Salt Lake is also home to the world headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (11 million members total, 6 million outside the U.S.). As a Mormon,… Continue reading Who are the Mormons?-One Mormon's Perspective