Address By The Managing Editor

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G’day! Since I can offer absolutely no insight into making the most of your time at HBS, I thought I would write about student media. The promise of student media is, after all, why I signed up to work on the Harbus this year with Nabil and the team. Student media isn’t the amateur version […]

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Address By The Student Association Co – Presidents

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To the incoming RCs, welcome to HBS! We hope that these next two years will be an incredible journey and will be filled with amazing new experiences. We’re looking forward to seeing the imprint you leave on this great community. To the returning ECs, welcome back! We hope all your summer adventures have been fantastic […]

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A Guide to Art at HBS and Beyond

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Art may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about HBS, but you would be misguided if you didn’t take in some of the cultural gems right in your backyard while you’re here. From major museums to off-the-beaten path galleries, here is a guide to the best art picks around […]

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The Arts of Communication

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In 1994 Barnett Helzberg, Jr. crossed Fifth Avenue and 59th Street, passing by The Plaza Hotel. It was a normal day until he ran into Warren Buffett. He took all his courage and approached the legendary investor. Helzberg introduced himself as a shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway and a great admirer of the investor. Then he […]

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The (Mis)education of a Value Investor

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Leading value investor Guy Spier talks to The Harbus about how he’s learned from his mistakes at HBS, and how the school and its students can learn and improve. Guy Spier graduated HBS in 1993 as – in his own words – an arrogant sonofabitch. Guy had come to HBS after topping Economics at Oxford, […]

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Congratulations, Now Begin to Change!

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Congratulations to the Harvard Business School class of 2016 as they begin a twenty month journey of self-discovery, growth, challenge and learning. The school’s mission is to develop leaders who make a difference in the world, and hopefully you too embrace that mission on a very personal level. I am also certain that like the […]

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Ok, So You’re Here…

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If you’re reading this then you’ve probably already heard a bunch of really cool speeches by some very important people telling you how awesome the next 2 years are going to be. And they will. But I thought I’d take a different tack. I want to talk to you about the kind of thing that […]

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The (Mis)education of a Value Investor

Leading value investor Guy Spier talks to The Harbus about how he’s learned from his mistakes at HBS, and how the school and its students can learn and improve.Guy Spier graduated HBS in 1993 as – in his own words – an arrogant sonofabitch. Guy had come to HBS after topping Economics at Oxford, via […]

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What my MBA at Harvard did NOT teach me

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The only way to make an impact is to go to Wall Street. As you can see below, more HBS graduates are heading out to the West Coast to make a difference, taking positions in product management, marketing, sales, and general management.  In a dramatic shift versus a decade ago, technology jobs are more sought […]

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