Being married at HBS can be tough – but it can also be a tax-effective two-year honeymoon for you and your significant other. Daniel Selikowitz and Michaela Alhadeff – the Harbus’s resident HBS couple – share their top tips for wedded bliss. From time to time, we hear joking interpretations of the MBA acronym: “Married But Available”; [...]
Heather O’Reilly, of HBS intramural fame, is the wife of Dave Werry (OE). She’s also a three-time gold medalist on the US Olympic women’s soccer team. HAO, as she is know by her teammates, made the game-changing assist to win the semi-final against Canada. The Harbus asked Heather to share her incredible summer experience with the [...]
In September, my wife and I came home from the hospital with a beautiful baby boy. We were excited, we were happy, and we were exhausted. But then, we started smelling cigarette smoke in our apartment, and we were shocked. It was seeping through our walls, ceilings, and floors, with an acrid odor strong enough [...]
In early September I attended the first Crimson Kids meeting, which is a club for HBS children, and started to realize there was more to to the partner role on campus. At the Crimson Kids kick-off meeting, a group of energetic parents welcomed me and several other new families and began explaining the many activities and enriching opportunities that would be available for children and parents throughout the year.
Since this is the last edition of the Harbus until the New Year, I thought really hard about what to write. I looked through all my iPhone photos, hoping something would jog my memory or light the fire of inspiration. I ended up getting distracted and sucked into those photos, occasionally calling to my husband [...]
On the Friday before Halloween, the students, spouses, and children of Section H gathered for their first-annual pumpkin-carving contest. Fueled by over-sized bags of Halloween candy and cider, the handpicked carving dream-teams chose their tools and their pumpkin. The competition heated up when it was announced that the winning team would [...]
In a joint effort, the Harvard Crimson Kids Club, Dean Nitin Nohria, and his wife Monica hosted one of the largest and most well-attended Halloween events for Harvard Business School families, despite a few challenges and unreliable weather predictions. At 10 a.m., Monday morning Crimson Kids Committee Chair Vanessa Theurer was watching the weather closely [...]
Have you all adjusted yet? I think I have… I’ve finally memorized what TOM stands for, met some wonderful partners, and discovered that Whole Foods is dangerous to my paycheck. Yeah, I think I’ve settled in here. However, one little thing that continues to be tough about life as a business school [...]