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Over 200 New Admits To Descend Upon HBS!

Students of Indian origin in Section ND put together an elaborate lunch fiesta last Friday for sectionmates and Indian friends, exposing them to Holi, the Indian festival of color. An excellent presentation put together by J.D. Dhaliwal, Neera Nundy, Aparna Piramal and Imran Amed, all of ND, took the audience through details of the festival…


AustinTrek 2001 – The Rest of the Story

While we all had grand plans for AustinTrek 2001 to begin Thursday night around10pm, things got started late for the less fortunate travelers, and not at all for the clueless. Emmet Seibels, Jame “Donger” Donath and Todd “Dinger” Thedinga were the first victims, as they were re-routed through Mississippi, while their luggage stayed the course…


Grande Dame Montr‚al Seduces HBSers

On a horribly cold Friday last week, more than 100 EC’s and RC’s began what was supposed to be a 5 hour trek to Montr‚al. The beginning of the trip was inauspicious to say the least; two buses arrived in Montr‚al more than 10 hours after leaving Boston. The weather was blistering cold with high…


A Touch of Hollywood on Campus

Hollywood glam came to HBS last Wednesday, as the Entertainment & Media Club presented Ron Meyer, president and COO of Universal Studios, to a packed aldrich classroom. Mr. Meyer opened on a line of hope for all those budding media magnates at HBS: “If I can make it, there’s hope for everyone, he said, proceeding…


Sidney's Grille – Review

Sidney’s Grillewww.sidneysgrille.com(617) 555-0324 Appetizers: $5 – $9Entrees: $13 – $28Sides: $3 – $5Desserts: $4 – $6 On balance, Sidney’s Grille in Cambridge was a bit of a disappointment. I had a gut feeling that it would be but with “Bon Appetit’s” praise of “it’s almost shocking to pay this little for food this good, in…


Recruiter Newsflash

The Harbus is pleased to offer this service in conjunction with Baker Library to brief you on the weekly business news highlights of the main HBS recruiters. The news is taken from The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition and aims to provide a weekly summary of articles that can be followed up in greater depth….


The Phantom of the Opera: A Visual Delight

The Phantom of the Opera performing at the Wang Theatre can be described in two words – visual delight. The play is produced by Cameron Mackintosh, the prolific producer of four of the most successful musicals: Cats, Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera and Miss Saigon; and, when his talent is brought together with the…


Classical Culture: Meet Isaiah Jackson

Has the charm of pub nights in Spangler worn off already? For those itching to get off the bar stool and out into the city of Cambridge, I recommend checking out Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra. Pro Arte welcomes its new music director, Isaiah Jackson in a mostly Mozart concert on Sunday, February 18, 2001 at…


WSA media & entertainment panel a success

Once again this year, the Media and Entertainment Panel at the WSA Conference was a smashing success! The Aldrich room was packed to the hilt with people lining up in the back of the room and down the aisles to hear the panelists. Christina Mohr, Managing Director of the Media Group at Salomon Smith Barney…

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