The Best Of H-BS

Club VPs Form VP Club(Spangler 201) Following on the footsteps of the Trek Club, which was recently formed by Club Trek organizers, 43 Club VPs formed the VP Club last week. “The purpose of the club is to share VP information and best practices across organizations,” said VP Club co-founder Bettina Houston. “Imagine the great… Continue reading The Best Of H-BS

NASA Rover Discovers World Does Not Revolve Around HBS Student

(Houston, TX) Spirit, the $400 million NASA rover that recently landed on the surface of Mars, made its first important discovery last Thursday when it uncovered incontrovertible evidence that the world, in fact, does not revolve around RC student Janice Snyder, despite Janice’s strong belief that it does. “We originally sent the rover into space… Continue reading NASA Rover Discovers World Does Not Revolve Around HBS Student

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Michael Anderson: From the Ground to the Sky

Born on December 25th in 1959, Michael P. Anderson, was a Lieutenant Colonel with the United States Air Force (USAF) and NASA Astronaut that sadly died in the Columbia tragedy. Anderson began his career as the Chief of Communication Maintenance at Randolph AFB, Texas after graduating from the University of Washington in 1981. Anderson went… Continue reading Michael Anderson: From the Ground to the Sky

Tech CEOs Draw the Crowds at Cyberposium

Bruce Claflin, President and CEO, 3Com Corporation tells the story of his company’s turnaround. Bruce Claflin took over the helm at 3Com during a particularly turbulent time in the company’s history. In early December 2000, a month before Claflin assumed the role of President and CEO, 3Com issued an earnings warning that caused the company’s… Continue reading Tech CEOs Draw the Crowds at Cyberposium