Students at HBS often read case studies about leaders contemplating key challenges, an activity they tend to engage in as they stare out windows. Few of the leaders in our case studies faced as harrowing a challenge as the one faced by Robert Mueller on September 11, 2001, exactly one week into his tenure as [...]
HBS’s new series of TED-style presentations featured HBS students who each spoke of their own resilience, the resilience of those around them, and what resilience means to them.
There are the perennial features you can expect from the HBS Show, the musical that is completely run by students and remains one of HBS’s older traditions: An impressive showcase of student body talent, from acting, singing, and dancing, to set and costume design, to writing and choreographing; an accurate representation of how the average [...]
The 2012 McArthur Cup had it all: Canadians, beer, pizza, visiting professors, penalties, and, of course, plenty of glorious MBA hockey.
In a world with too many fees and not enough trust, ScoreBig offers a welcomed reprieve. The website allows the casual fan to pay deep discount prices for sporting or event tickets, but also alleviates the concerns of unfairness to season ticket holders or other individuals who paid face value for similar tickets. Adam Kanner [...]
By now you’ve all heard rumors of a recent Thursday-night social event at Tommy Doyle’s that was so crowded, so much fun, so full of amazingly talented dudes that the dazzling details of the event are not allowed to be written in the pages of this fine periodical. While some fortunate souls were lucky enough [...]
On October 17, 2010, over 150 athletes in 12 teams from around Massachusetts descended upon the Harvard playing fields for a flag football tournament organized jointly by Special Olympics Massachusetts and students from HKS and HBS. In addition, over 100 volunteers from HBS and HKS helped to referee the games, set up the fields, and [...]
Ever since I arrived as a RC last year I was bombarded with Green initiatives – work for HBS Green Living, become a Green Rep and posters of “Green is the new Crimson”. “Great!” I thought, “after living in Atlanta for seven years where there is no separate container for recyclables, finally a place where [...]
Uprooting a family, making new friends, moving into a smaller apartment, finding a new job, managing chaotic schedules, and dealing with financial stress are some of the obvious challenges that partners may experience when relocating with their student to HBS. While the HBS experience is said to be transformational and some of the best years [...]
The article shares with MBA students the new technology enhancements put in place at the beginning of the semester. These enhancements include the automatic display of classes and required events on Outlook calendar, the availability of a mobile phone version of class cards, and an increase in email storage quota. This semester, MBA IT welcomed [...]