The Eighth Annual Harvard Real Estate Weekend

Now in its eighth year, the Harvard Real Estate Weekend is the University’s flagship real estate event jointly presented by the Real Estate Clubs...

China Rises—But Does It Know What It Wants?

An ancient civilization restores its “rightful” place in the world, but where does it belong? Ryo Takahashi (MBA ’20) talks with Professor Meg Rithmire. China’s...

Startup Corner: Robots Help Prepare Food in Busy Restaurants

This month, Anthony Tayoun (MBA ’19) introduces us to Alfred, a robotic sous-chef. What is the problem that you are trying to solve? We...

Klarman’s First HBS Show Impresses

HBS Executive Education’s Nathaniel Koven reviews No Clue. The 46th HBS Show, No Clue: The Case You Can’t Prepare For, was always going to go...

From the Editors’ Desk: From HBS to the World Beyond

This month, RCs head towards their internship summers, while ECs go forth into “the real world.” The near-term fates of these two classes are...

Bill Tai on How to Invest in a Unicorn

Zoom’s first investor and noted kiteboarding venture capitalist analyzes the company’s origins; Philip Levinson (HKS ’12) reports. Wall Street is buzzing about the recent IPO...

Inner Wellness for Healthy Normals

We are all perfect, and we could all use a little work. Is this you? Do you sense an aura of stress and anxiety hovering...

A Conversation with Laurent Claquin, President of Kering Americas

Following his keynote at the Retail & Luxury Goods Conference, Laurent Claquin shares his views on reinvention, connection, relevance, and sustainability luxury. Blair Waldorf once...

Ten Things I Learned as a VC

Dimi Taslim (MBA ’19) shares some hard lessons learned as a venture investor. Prior to matriculating at HBS, I worked as a VC and led...

Professor Culp’s Master Class

Larry Culp is an HBS grad (MBA ’90), enormously successful former CEO of Danaher, subject of several HBS cases, HBS Senior Lecturer, and my...

Back to Progress: Piloting a Reborn Revolution

Shrinking the world at supersonic speed could be a reality in less than a decade, says Sergio Porres (MBA ’19). Innovation and progress have completely...

It’s Colombia, Not Columbia

Colombia Trek: A week in the land of Magical Realism. Camilo Pabón (MBA ’20) reports, with photography by Stan Chang (MBA ’20). For a week...

Meet Atomic: Silicon Valley’s Coolest VC That Is Not Actually a...

Founded in 2012, this firm launches and funds companies such as Hims and Terminal. Philip Levinson (HKS ’12) reports. Meet Atomic, the firm behind Hims,...

From the Bronx to Boston: A Virtuous Cycle

Brandon Lovell (MBA ’20) brings 20 high school students from his hometown to HBS. Akash Gupta (MBA ’20) reports. WINGS on Campus Early March was a...

BIGS Welcomes Lincoln Center’s Henry Timms for a Discussion on “New...

BIGS hosted the CEO of New York’s 92nd Street Y and newly-named President of the renowned Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts for a...

The Weekender

Spring has arrived, and the warmer weather is calling us to emerge from the campus tunnels and explore Boston and beyond. These five “daytrippable”...

Review: Berlin Tech Trek 2018

48 Hours in Europe’s Startup Capital. This past December, a group of 20 RC and EC members of the HBS Tech Club experienced how “Software...

From the Editors’ Desk

C’est le provisoire qui dure (“it’s the makeshift that lasts”). Nestled near the end of the case that RCs were assigned for Friday’s BGIE...

My Ancestors’ Wildest Dreams

My good friend and classmate, Leila Meliani (MBA ’20), tipped off Black History Month with an amazing reflection on her family history. As she...

Dealing with Anxiety

Recently two former CEOs of large multinational companies (one British and one American) were talking about the most serious mental health problems that exist...

Reflections from the Africa Business Conference: Debunking Myths about Business in...

Is the African continent not the best destination after graduation for MBAs? According to HBS’s career location statistics, it seems that less than 1%...

HBS Fails a Critical Test of a Community That Cares

Harvard Business School’s mission is to educate leaders who make a difference in the world. Many HBS leaders have had a positive impact on...

Innovations and Technologies in CES 2019

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was held in Las Vegas between January 8 and 12, 2019, and I attended the event with some of...

Planning for the Class of 2040

Dean Nohria walked comfortably up and down the aisles of Klarman Hall, pointing occasionally to a slide deck filled with consultant-worthy figures. He was...

The WSA and Manbassadors Team Up to Survey Student Views on...

What does feminism mean to you? This is the question that we—the leadership of the Women’s Student Association and the HBS Manbassador Program—asked our peers...

Stop Being a Greedy Business School Student: Join the Socialist Society!

In class last week, a wrap-up slide mentioned “socialism” as a rising world trend, and when the professor offhandedly said “though I’m sure there...

Our Mosaic: Stronger as We

On February 23, over 1,000 attendees gathered on campus for the 28th annual Dynamic Women in Business Conference, hosted by the Women’s Student Association....

The Business of Cannabis Club: A New Club for a Budding...

Few come to HBS with the intention of pursuing a career in cannabis. But that won’t be true for long. Recent changes in the...

Getting Lenders to Compete for Student Loans

What is the problem you are trying to solve? Individuals taking loans have no leverage to negotiate their rates. At the same time, lenders spend...

Dear Harby

Dear Harby, As cuffing season continues, I yearn for romance. But what my heart desires, my student debt cannot support. How can I ask out...