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We are all Charlie

By Arnaud Favry (RC) The terrorist attack against the magazine Charlie Hebdo on January seventh rightfully brings shock, consternation and indignation, much as did recent atrocities in Sydney, in Pakistan, and in too many other places. This was not just an attack against journalists, Parisians or French people. France’s laws on laicity, which ostracize religion […]

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500 members of HBS community attend historic vigil to commemorate the killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner

Approximately 500 HBS students, partners, faculty and staff gathered this evening in the Burden auditorium for an historic vigil that commemorated the killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, unarmed black men who were killed by police this year. Organizers hope the event will encourage HBS students to acknowledge injustices that exist in society and […]

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HBS students donate to local food bank in response to coverage of faculty member’s fight with Chinese restaurant over four dollar overcharge

HBS students have responded with a fundraising campaign for the hungry to media coverage of faculty member Ben Edelman’s dispute with a local Chinese restaurant over their overcharging him by four dollars for takeout. RC Jon Staff launched a fundraising campaign called ‘Harvard Gives: $4 to Fight Hunger’, encouraging Harvard students to donate four dollars […]

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John S. Watson’s “Enabling the Energy Economy”

By John S. Watson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation The Harbus got in touch with Chevron’s Chairman and CEO, John S. Watson, who has shared his thoughts on the future of global energy and the role it should play in the world’s economic growth.   One of the greatest challenges facing the world today […]

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Process for choosing new SA Co-Presidents begins, with a raft of rules and scant attendance from potential candidates

Managing Editor Steve Hind (and seven other RCs) attended the first information session for people interested in running to be the 2015-16 Student Association Co-Presidents. This afternoon, the SA executive team held its first information session for those interested in running to be Co-Presidents of the SA for 2015-16. However, just seven potential candidates (only […]

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FEAR, ANGER AND MAKING SENSE OF TERROR

By Tewfik Cassis, EC This article originally appeared in OpedSpace on 12/4/14 and is written by their co-founder and columnist, Tewfik Cassis. The Harbus News Corporation has a content-sharing agreement with OpedSpace. Yesterday, as I skimmed through my Facebook news feed, I came across an article in the Financial Times about the death, in Iraq, of an Egyptian ISIS fighter […]

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Why Haven’t You Changed The World Yet?

PhD candidate and World Economic Forum Global Shaper Vyacheslav Polonski (@slavacm) challenges people who want to change the World to get started. Now. By Vyacheslav Polonski   “Changing the world” is the most frequently mentioned – and least frequently implemented – ambition cited in TED talks, startup pitches and political campaigns. This is hardly surprising, as […]

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Advice for entrepreneurs: Playing the long game

Angela Winkle, RC and Communications Director for the Womens’ Students Association, reports on the WSA’s most recent Fireside Chat, with Jules Pieri (MBA ‘86), CEO of The Grommet. By Angela Winkle, RC It’s that time of year — RCs are abuzz with visions of Field 3 projects that will turn into the next overnight (or at […]

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HBS alum Jake Anderson says the NBA are ‘planning basketball’s “funeral”’ – so he started his own league

Steve Hind speaks to Jake Anderson (MBA ‘10) who left his life as a VC at Sequoia Capital to launch The Run And Only – a new format professional basketball league that he hopes will challenge the NBA. We spoke about his business plan, why he decided to do it now, and how is HBS […]

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‘Rethinking what you ‘know’ about high-achieving women’: the student perspective

RC Angela Winkle speaks to students about their reaction to a major HBS study that looks at the drivers of female MBA grads’ career satisfaction. By Angela Winkle, RC Last week HBS faculty Robin Ely and Colleen Ammerman, along with Pamela Stone (of City University of New York), released a HBR article, ‘Rethink what you […]

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