Kwama Sutra

Let’s be clear. I don’t want to be writing this dating column anymore. By this point in my HBS career, I figured I would be relaxing on a beach in Fiji, holding hands with my beautiful girlfriend (who had just completed an internship at Blackstone, received first year honors, knew accounting based finance, and wanted… Continue reading Kwama Sutra

OJ Prevails in Double Overtime Thriller Against NF to Defend Title – 87-80

OJ played NF in the IM Basketball Championship on Tuesday May 4th, 2010. The event was attended by 40 members of NF and 15 members of NJ, including die-hard basketball fan, Professor Tom Nicholas. In an HBS Instant Classic, defending champions OJ, led by Co-Captains, Nii Amaah Ofosu-Amaah and Mike Derse, overcame a talented NF… Continue reading OJ Prevails in Double Overtime Thriller Against NF to Defend Title – 87-80

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HBS Show: The Phantom of Baker Library

“The Phantom of Baker Library is a two-act musical about Harvard Business School, written and produced by Harvard Business School students, performed on the Harvard Business School campus, to entertain the Harvard Business School family. That’s the key to its worldwide mass appeal.” -Theater analyst with knowledge of the HBS Show Opening week (concurrent with… Continue reading HBS Show: The Phantom of Baker Library

2006 Intramural Basketball Madness has an Exciting End

After an extremely competitive regular season and playoffs, the HBS Intramural Basketball Season Championships were held last week. The season began in January and saw over 340 total games played. HBS competitors battled it out on the hard courts of Shad for the right to be called “HBS Champions.” The players took this season very… Continue reading 2006 Intramural Basketball Madness has an Exciting End

IM Soccer Kicks Off

NH Trounces NF By Andrew L. Kay (NH) Contributing Writer Marking their presence on campus, NH established itself as a front-runner for the IM soccer title after soundly trouncing NF in Monday’s season opener. By all accounts, the 4-2 final score masks the utter dominance displayed by the victors in every aspect of the match.… Continue reading IM Soccer Kicks Off

NF Solid in Football Opener

Led by the sweet right arm of quarterback Grady Burnett, NF cruised to a convincing win over NI last Thursday. In the first half, NF’s swarming defense held NI’s offense scoreless and provided excellent field position with two early interceptions. The NF defense was led by Stephen “Mad Dog” Garrison whose tenacious pass rush harassed… Continue reading NF Solid in Football Opener

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NF Retain their Unbeaten Record

Kevin Costner, that great luminary of American cinema, once said that, “Real heroes are men who fall and fail and are flawed, but win out in the end because they’ve stayed true to their ideals and beliefs and commitments.” Never was this truer than on Monday afternoon, when Joao Pedro Martins de Carvalho overcame the… Continue reading NF Retain their Unbeaten Record

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NF Begins with a "W"

NF 2 -1 NG NF began its quest for intramural soccer glory with a fine, foxy and felicific 2-1 victory over a strong NG. In a tight game, with emotions spilling over and new season nerves on show, NF put in a steely performance. The three Daves – Phillips, Mace and Clark – formed a… Continue reading NF Begins with a "W"

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Fasten your seatbelts:

Has the frigid Boston weather locked you inside your dorms and kept you traveling through the tunnels to Spangler for every meal? Not to worry! Tiffani Lott (NJ) and I (Mousumi Shaw, NF) will be continuing our restaurant review series and will hopefully entice you to venture off campus. Last term we reported back from… Continue reading Fasten your seatbelts:

NJ beats NF 8-0

October 28, 2002 NJ had its last soccer game of the regular season today. Because of our good standing so far, we didn’t need to win today’s game. So, for a little bit of fun, we decided to alter everyone’s roles, i.e. we had defenders and goalie play as strikers and strikers play as defenders,… Continue reading NJ beats NF 8-0

Frogs Fight Back From Brink

The NF Frogs continued their “cardiac kid” run through the Men’s IM Basketball A league last week with two exciting one point contests, a 41-40 loss at the hands of NE on Monday and a 47-46 overtime victory against OG on Tuesday. Monday’s game pitted underdog NF against the high-powered offense of NE, led by… Continue reading Frogs Fight Back From Brink

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Section K Rolls to Victory

NK was overdue. The football team fought through a season filled with flashes of heroism and moments of disaster, but in the end struggled through more downs than ups in an emotional roller coaster of a season. The soccer team represented Section K with brilliance until the campaign ended short of a championship, taking an… Continue reading Section K Rolls to Victory

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NC beats NF 6-2

Weeks of playing together paid off on Monday for New Section C with a 6-2 victory over New Section F. Morgan McKenney and Ricardo Caupers scored one goal each and Peter Lee and Ben Schall scored two goals each. Nam Kry and Ben Schall excelled in goalie and excellent performances were also seen from Troy… Continue reading NC beats NF 6-2

NE takes one from NF 3-1

The first half was dominated by the dazzling footwork of NF’s Guyan Randall, who scored first after a brilliant rush from midfield. Play was back and forth throughout the half, with NE unable to get anything through the formidable section F defense. However, ten seconds into the second half, Nate Kring of section E, dashing… Continue reading NE takes one from NF 3-1