Employers paying for egg freezing is a nice gesture, but freezing eggs may not be a good idea

ECs Gong Ke Gouldstone (who writes about parenting for The Harbus, and at www.mbaparent3.com) and Miranda Shaw (formerly a biomedical engineer) look at the medical, professional and personal implication of Facebook and Apple’s recently-announced decision to pay for their employees’ egg freezing procedures. There has been a lot of talk around the recent announcements by […]

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Students drop their hobbies – except partying

Nov-12-2014 by

The Seven Kingdoms know that winter is coming, so Cersei and Daenerys are probably hard at work finding hobbies to fill all those cold months. Are you dusting your hobbies off for winter? Did you remember to pack your hobbies when you moved to HBS? Has your schedule swallowed all your hobbies? After a brief […]

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Why I turned L’Oreal’s Mass Recruitment Email into a Public Battle

Nov-12-2014 by

RC Jessica Assaf has been a chemical activist since she was 15, committed to spreading awareness about the unregulated cosmetic industry and the ingredients in beauty products. Then she received a mass recruitment email from L’Oreal.

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Success at the Energy Symposium 2014

Oct-21-2014 by

The Energy Symposium 2014, hosted by the HBS Energy & Environment Club, was held on the Harvard Business School campus this past Saturday, October 18th. The event was a tremendous success and has sparked engaging conversations about the pivotal challenges the world faces in regards to energy and the environment. The Twitter World was tweeting […]

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Dear Graduates: You Can Have A Happy, Healthy Career

I had the privilege of participating in a career day event a couple of weeks ago at The Academy of Enterprise and Finance in Long Island, NY. This is a high school with a focus on providing students with a challenging academic, business, and technology program. I was so impressed with the questions the students […]

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Haiti: Open for Business

Marc Pierre shaking hands with Wilson LALEAU the Minister of Economy and Finance.

When people think of Haiti nowadays, most think of one event that happened just over four years ago.  Many do not realize the rich and painful history of this Caribbean nation.  Over two hundred years after becoming the first black nation in the world to gain independence from colonialists, Haiti is turning a new page. […]

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Can You Be a Rockstar Product Manager?


As Marc Andreessen said: “Software is eating the world.” With more and more businesses moving online, there’s an ever-growing demand for talented designers and developers to design and build the best products. There’s also a critical need for solid product managers (PMs) to determine what products and features to build. Product management has become that […]

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Art Basel Trek

Feb-04-2014 by
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On the weekend of 5 December, a few lucky members of the Art Society made their way to Miami for 3 days of the annual Art Society Art Basel Trek. Art Basel Miami Beach is the favorite winter meeting place for the international art world, showing modern and contemporary art from around the world. The […]

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In this monthly series we will discuss a piece from the Schwartz Art Collection in the hopes of starting conversations about art on campus and beyond. We don’t claim to be experts, just fans of interesting art excited to talk about what we see. RBN: For our first piece, we are going to talk about […]

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HBS tops the list of B-Schools for Entrepreneurship

Nov-20-2013 by

Harvard Business School has been ranked as the top business school for budding entrepreneurs. With an increasing number of startups by current students and recent graduates, it was only a matter of time before HBS was recognized for its efforts in promoting entrepreneurship. According to a ranking by Poets&Quants, Harvard Business School, with 34 startups, and […]

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