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  • 2014 - 2015 SA Co-Presidents

    By the time the HBS community has returned from its Spring Break hijinks, outgoing SA Presidents Sarah Arora and Jordan Strebeck will have handed the reins to their successors – Linda Li and Nonso Maduka 

  • OFF THE WALLS

    For this month’s column, we had the opportunity to talk with Boston-based photographer Sage Sohier, whose work “Sculptor with Model of Chuck Close in his Summer Studio, Norwalk CT” hangs on the first floor of Shad.

  • HBS teaches us that we can’t have everything. Hear from recently minted HBS MBA's on what their MBA from Harvard did not teach them.
  • What my MBA at Harvard did NOT teach me

    Prior to attending business school, I was warned that HBS was filled with people willing to do anything to make inordinate amounts of money and that it is not the place to meet or build true friendships.  Having kept an open mind, I will graduate from Harvard Business School in a few days with many authentic relationships that have already been incredibly rewarding and made me a better version of myself.  These amazing bonds are priceless and define my experience here, helping me learn that people matter far more than money. - See more at: http://www.harbus.org/2014/what-my-mba-at-harvard-did-not-teach-me/#sthash.rIgJLaTN.dpuf
    Prior to attending business school, I was warned that HBS was filled with people willing to do anything to make inordinate amounts of money and that it is not the place to meet or build true friendships.  Having kept an open mind, I will graduate from Harvard Business School in a few days with many authentic relationships that have already been incredibly rewarding and made me a better version of myself.  These amazing bonds are priceless and define my experience here, helping me learn that people matter far more than money. - See more at: http://www.harbus.org/2014/what-my-mba-at-harvard-did-not-teach-me/#sthash.rIgJLaTN.dpuf

    Prior to attending business school, I was warned that HBS was filled with people willing to do anything to make inordinate amounts of money and that it is not the place to meet or build true friendships.