Career Profiles – Roy Ben-Dor

Career Field Prior to HBS:Management Consulting Position in Bridgewater Associates: Senior Management Associate (SMA) Why did you choose an internship with Bridgewater?I wanted to try out either general management or investing and Bridgewater gave me a chance to learn about both.ÿOf the opportunities within general management that I was looking at, its culture was by… Continue reading Career Profiles – Roy Ben-Dor

Player Profile – Patrick Cleary (OF)

Position: Still figuring that out Height: 6 foot 4 inches Weight: 198 lbs Religious beliefs: Chipotle, skiing Dislikes: Losing my reading glasses at Tommy Doyle’s, people who frown upon red corduroy pants, modern medicine Favorite Rugby Player: Sukhesh Miryala (OA) When did you start playing rugby?I started playing last fall. To be honest, playing isn’t… Continue reading Player Profile – Patrick Cleary (OF)

Player Profile-Patrick Cleary (OF)

Position: Still figuring that out Height: 6 foot 4 inches Weight: 198 lbs Religious beliefs: Chipotle, skiing Dislikes: Losing my reading glasses at Tommy Doyle’s, people who frown upon red corduroy pants, modern medicine Favorite Rugby Player: Sukhesh Miryala (OA) When did you start playing rugby?I started playing last fall. To be honest, playing isn’t… Continue reading Player Profile-Patrick Cleary (OF)

Duke Tournament: World Championships Of MBA Rugby

IntroductionOn Friday, 2nd April 2004 The Harvard Business School Rugby Football Club assembled in Duke, NC for the MBA Rugby World Championships, the holy grail of MBA rugby. For HBS this was the culmination of a year’s worth of hard training, and this tournament meant a lot to each and every rugger. On the road… Continue reading Duke Tournament: World Championships Of MBA Rugby

Taking Five With

Many HBS students possess incredible talents that extend far beyond the realm of traditional business skills, and Michael Mahoney (NA) is no exception. Outside of HBS, Michael plays percussion with Boston-based Cardinal Direction, a band that has appeared with national acts including Sister Hazel, Dispatch, the Pat McGee Band, and Virginia Coalition among others. Comprised… Continue reading Taking Five With

HBS Soccer Team Takes On the Top Business Schools at Austin Tournament

With the promise of leaving the frigid Boston weather for the warmer climes of Austin and its Sixth Street, the HBS Soccer Team headed to Texas to face some of the best business schools in the country at the annual Austin Cup on February 15-16th. The tournament, hosted by the University of Texas, included 24… Continue reading HBS Soccer Team Takes On the Top Business Schools at Austin Tournament

Harvard Returns to the MBA Games

The Fuqua MBA Games were held April 19-21 in Durham, North Carolina. Harvard Business School this year renewed the tradition of sending a team of first and second year students to participate in the Games and the surrounding festivities. Both MBAs and athletes competed in a day of field events to benefits Special Olympics. The… Continue reading Harvard Returns to the MBA Games

To our Graduating Friends, from the HBS Rugby Team,Class of 2001

Last weekend, culminating of a long and arduous season, the Harvard Business School Rugby Team participated in the World MBA Championship Tournament at Duke University. We all trained hard for this event. We promised ourselves to settle for nothing less than a victory as nothing else would appease our ambition and resolve. This time, however,… Continue reading To our Graduating Friends, from the HBS Rugby Team,Class of 2001

HBS Rugby Crowned World MBA Co-Champions

The HBS Warriors traveled to Duke University last weekend to compete in the World MBA Rugby Championship. Thirty teams came from all over the world to play in this increasingly competitive tournament but in the end North Carolina’s atrocious weather prohibited an outright champion from being named. Four teams, including HBS, reached the semi final… Continue reading HBS Rugby Crowned World MBA Co-Champions

The Thrill of the Grill

East Coast Grill and Raw Bar is one of my favorite restaurants in Boston. This barbecue-seafood split personality restaurant offers some of the best food in town. Chef and grillman extraordinaire, Chris Schlesinger, avoids posturing as fine dining, and instead, focuses on serving up innovative, spicy seafood and grilled meat night after night. Not fancy,… Continue reading The Thrill of the Grill