Tag: Wharton


HBS Tennis is Best of B-Schools at Wharton Tournament

On Saturday, March 27th, the HBS Tennis Team traveled to Philadelphia to play in Wharton’s Inter-MBA Tennis Tournament. The eight team competition featured three teams from Wharton, and teams from Columbia, Darden, Cornell, Carnegie Mellon, and our own HBS team. Each team had to have six players, including one female. The HBS team featured six…


HBS Hockey Teams Finish Season On A High

Forget the Frozen Four, those college kids have nothing on the howitzers, hits and heroics on display the last weekend of March at Harvard’s Hub of Hockey, Bright Arena. That’s right, the McArthur Cup brought the best MBA men’s and women’s hockey teams in the East together for a knock-down, drag ’em out weekend of…


Point-Counterpoint: Kwame and The Apprentice

Point: Kwame Not Winning Will Embarrass HBSBy Pliny the Elder If Kwame doesn’t win The Apprentice, it is going to be really embarrassing for HBS. I mean, HBS is the best darn business school in the country, according to at least to two of nineteen international business school rating systems. If graduates of the school…


HBS Basketball Club Wins MBA World Championships

The MBA World Championship basketball tournament is a spectacle like no other. Business schools from around the world (well, okay, mainly the east coast) gather at Georgetown University every year to do battle at Yates Fieldhouse to decide which school is truly the best. Forget US News & World Report’s MBA rankings (although we’re #1…


Admit Announces HBS Admission to College

(Manhattan) Though the ink is barely dry on his admission letter from Brit Dewey, Class of 2006 admit Peter Derosa has already sent in an announcement to the “Class Notes” section of The Pennsylvania Gazette, his college alumni magazine. “I wanted to make sure it got in right away,” Derosa said as he decorated his…


HBS Students Promote Globalization over the Holidays

It may be hard to believe, but just a couple of weeks ago students were frolicking in exotic locales such as Brazil, Mount Kilimanjaro (elevation: 19,335.6 ft., or almost 6 miles), the Dominican Republic, and Hawaii. Concentrate intensely and you can still feel the warm sand in your toes and gentle breezes providing welcome relief…



On the 8th and 9th of November, the HBS Rugby Football Club took part in the 7th annual Thunderbird School of Management Rugby Invitational Tournament in Phoenix, AZ. A collection of current HBS students, Harvard grads, HBS alumni and their Tongan friends played five excellent games of rugby, winning four, and losing the Grand Final…


HBS Soccer Settles for Third Place in Annual Yale Cup

New Haven, CTDespite a stubborn defense that only allowed two goals and an offense which finished with a tournament leading 13 tallies, the Harvard Business School Soccer team fell in the semi-finals of the annual Yale Cup 1-0 to the green monsters of Tuck. This latest page in the bitter rivalry between the two schools…


HBS Women's Rugby Team Makes it to the Final

After a night of singing and games on the van ride down, we began the day of the tournament with a little help from Wawa coffee and plenty of water for re-hydration. Climbing back into the aromatic vans, we drove the scenic route to Fairmont Park where we were greeted with red feather boas for…


HBS Rugby Destroys All Comers

On Friday afternoon an assortment of Wild Rovers, Warriors without Necks, Polar, Brown, Black, Panda and Kuala Bears, Zulu Warriors and Chiefs, former Chicago department store clerks, Sassie Lassies, Upstanding Jockeys, a Copper, Father Abraham’s Seven Sons and two of his Daughters climbed aboard vans and began the long drive to a quaint fishing village…


HBS Takes Top Three Places in Volleyball Tournament

On Saturday, November 9th, HBS hosted the annual Fall Classic Volleyball Tournament. There was an impressive turnout! Twelve teams from nine business schools (over 100 players) crammed into Shad for the event. HBS fielded three teams, which competed with teams from Wharton, MIT, Dartmouth, Kellogg, Chicago, Stern, Columbia, and Yale for the coveted brass trophy,…


Does HBS Care About Africa?

DeGaulle said that the 20th Century would be the African century, but he was wrong. We are still waiting for the African renaissance, and we are still waiting for an Africa that we can be proud of. And it seems that as a consequence of this the world has started to forget about Africa and…


Volleyball Team Dominates at Wharton Tournament

Members of the HBS Volleyball Club traveled to Philadelphia for the 11th Annual Wharton Volleyball Tournament on Saturday, April 13th. The HBS Team captured the 1st place trophy and the team gold medals by sweeping through the playoffs with convincing, two-game victories over Michigan in the semifinal and the Wharton White team in the final.With…


HBS Alumni Team Wins National MBA Soccer Tournament

The recently formed HBS Alumni Soccer Team competed at the National MBA Soccer Tournament at UT Austin during the weekend of February 23-24, 2002. The team played 6 hours and 3 minutes of soccer and–in disbelief–walked away with the Champion trophy. Another soccer addition to the Shad trophy case! The team beat Texas A&M, Kellogg,…



Over 30 first- and second-year students competed in the 21st Annual Tuck MBA Hockey Tournament this past weekend. The tournament featured ten entrants on the Men’s side – Babson, Chicago, Cornell, Duke, Harvard, Kellogg, Michigan, Suffolk, Tuck and Wharton-and five entrants on the Women’s side-Cornell, Harvard, Michigan, Tuck A and Tuck B. Action commenced Friday…


The HBS Volleyball Fall Classic

Over 40 volleyball players from Wharton, NYU Stern, MIT Sloan, and Columbia stepped into Shad Hall on the morning of November 17th to join nearly 30 Harvard Business School players in the HBS Volleyball Fall Classic tournament. There was little doubt that, when they left, the other MBA students were thoroughly impressed. With two dedicated…


HBS Team Races to the Head of the Charles

With unseasonably warm weather and a gentle tailwind, the HBS men’s four raced to an 11th place finish in a field of 71 in last week’s Head of the Charles Regatta. With a steady pacing and a stellar course steered by coxwain Stephen “Sly” Ly (NNA) the crew was able to get a good rhythm…


HBS Team wins the second prize at the Dell Case Competition

“Business models are converging. New access devices are growing. Where it the money for Dell?”. It’s on this somewhat laconic assignment that the final of the Dell Case Competition started on January, 26th in Ann Arbor, Michigan for the enthusiastic HBS team (Don Khamapirad, Yi Sun, Ellis Chi and Benjamin Gigot).We spent 24 very intense…

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