LGBT History Month Q&A with Club Co-Presidents
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LGBT History Month Q&A with Club Co-Presidents

In honor of October’s National LGBT History Month, The Harbus asked the Co-Presidents of HBS’s LGBT-SA and Allies student clubs to talk about the goals of their organizations, the significance of LGBT History Month, and how certain historical events have made a huge impact on the country. The Harbus: How has your organization been helping…


Incitement to Indifference: Transgender at HBS

As the first openly transgender student at Harvard Business School, and perhaps at any top business school in the United States, Del (NC) has faced and overcome a unique set of challenges. Del’s section mate, Daniel Selikowitz (NC), reports. “To whom is this news?” It is October 10, 2012 – two months into first semester,…


Gay Boston

Whether you’re new to Boston or new to gay, welcome! I have lived in Boston (well, Cambridge) with my wife for almost 5 years and, in the process, have come to discover some of the best things Boston has to offer. One of the greatest things about Boston is Massachusetts //www.replicaforbest.co.uk/replica-breitling-watches-sale-for-uk.html, which provides you with…

On Campus

Out on the Job Market

It is commonly known that the best companies actively pursue the best candidates regardless of what they look like, where they’re from, or how they live their lives.  In addition to hiring employees regardless of gender, ethnicity, or nationality, recruiting programs also strive to engage LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) individuals as part of…


Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is Dead

The repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy is a significant political victory for many, and we are witnessing a powerful social reform taking place in America.  As a former U.S. Army Captain turned business school student, I’ve had the unique opportunity to see an organization under such regulations and its terrible consequences. While…

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: Starting Something DISTINC.TT

What is your business? DISTINC.TT presents its members with the people, venues, and activities in their immediate vicinity and provides the framework to turn virtual connections into real life interactions. The concept is deceptively simple: connect online, meet in person.  Using GPS and an advanced recommendation engine, DISTINC.TT entices members to be spontaneous—to get out…


Letter to the Editor – Response to Kwame Spearman’s Article

We write to respond to Kwame Spearman’s recent critique of DateHarvardSQ (www.dateharvardsq.com), which admonished us for not launching our website with functionality for Harvard women and the LGBT community. Unfortunately, Kwame’s analysis was regrettably uninformed. The success of DateHarvardSQ has always been and will always be about one thing – connecting all people in search…


Where in the World did you Spend your Summer–Casey Taylor (OA)

What: Friendfactor Where: NY What did you do this summer?I worked this summer at Friendfactor, a social media start-up focused on gay rights. It was founded this year by a HBS/HKS grad, and the organization now has four full-time employees. Their product (launching this fall) is an online platform that enables friends – gay and…


HBS Comes Out of the Closet

The most visible sign of this support came Thursday, October 11 from the hundreds of rainbow ribbons worn by HBS students as part of National Coming Out Day (NCOD), sponsored by the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Student Association (LGBTSA). Other activities of the day included an e-mail sent to all sections explaining the event…


LGBT Club's Straight Ally Initiative

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Student Association is launching a new initiative to include the straight allies in its activities. Club leadership chose to launch this new initiative, after receiving feedback that the club lacked clear roles for straight allies. “Last year a number of our straight friends approached us and said, ‘I’d love…


HBS Gay and Lesbian Student Group to Honor Professor Myra Hart

Harvard Business School’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Student Association announced on May 4th that it will honor Professor Myra Hart with its newly-created Faculty Recognition Award. The award is designed to celebrate a faculty member who has demonstrated a unique commitment to including gay and lesbian issues in the HBS classroom and supporting…

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