OFF THE WALLS

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In this monthly series we will pick a piece from the Schwartz Art Collection to discuss 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. VS: This month we will be talking about a delightful discovery [...]

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It’s time to SPEAK UP

Apr-07-2014 by
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Letter from the Editor In Chief“Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. But the only thing [...]

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JACK DORSEY ROCKS!

Apr-07-2014 by
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A good speech inspires. It stirs emotion. It is simple. And sometimes a good speech comes disguised as something else. When Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter and Square, visited Harvard Business School last week, his fireside chat with Karen G. Mills ’75, a past Administrator of the Small Business Administration, evoked emotions that only memorable speeches do. After [...]

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Mentors4u and the true Great Beauty

True Great Beauty. Mentors4u - Dimitrios Tzivelis

This March the Italian film, “Great Beauty” won the Academy award for best international movie. The film, skilfully directed by Paolo Sorrentino, depicts the decadence of a part of the Italian society immersed in lavish and extravagant parties and living only by memories of past, often presumed, greatness, in the exquisite setting of a timeless and breathtaking Rome. [...]

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Has FIELD 3 Disappointed You?

Apr-07-2014 by
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Here’s an Alternative…For the last three years at HBS, nine-hundred or so RCs have taken, in many cases, their first foray into entrepreneurship during FIELD 3. For some, the class can seem enlightening, intimidating, exciting or frustrating (or all of those feelings at once) but for most the experience is incomplete. You dedicate little time to product design, [...]

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Give Thanks: celebrating the staff of HBS

Apr-07-2014 by
Give Thanks. Celebrating the staff of HBS - Tim Leach

On Wednesday April 16, students will once again join forces in the 2014 Give Thanks campaign to thank support staff for making the MBA program as incredible as it is.We spend countless hours at HBS analyzing the operations of some of the world’s most well-known organizations yet rarely do we take time to reflect on what [...]

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What All HBS Students Should Aspire To

Apr-07-2014 by
Awesome People at HBS (Intro to What all HBS students should aspire to)

When all is said and done, this is a pretty amazing school. We go around meeting incredible people around here, and sometimes in the thick of the experience we take for granted just how special and selfless some people are. This section of the Harbus goes out to a different person or team of people every edition. People [...]

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Did You Find the Job of Your Dreams?

Apr-07-2014 by
Did You Find the Job of Your Dreams

Important Notice: The Harbus would like to make it crystal clear that this article in NO way attempts to undermine the hard, thoughtful work that the Career Development and FIELD divisions are doing for MBA students (in fact, go to the “Give Thanks” article later in this edition if you don’t believe us!). Nor is this article a whiny [...]

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Follow Your Passion

Mar-03-2014 by
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This would be so much easier if I was nailed on to be a sporting icon… There is an oft-used phrase at this institution that is more irritating than any other. Any guesses? Yes, fine, “Oh man, I really am struggling to choose between job offers” and “I have no idea how I got all [...]

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Love in the South

Mar-03-2014 by
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This is a perspective for those who have not experienced the South and all of its intricacies. Entrackasees? You know what I’m talking about. I lived in Alabama following my undergraduate education, during a crucial time in my life as far as relationships go: single and 22. I know what you’re thinking: you were so [...]

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