‘Dream as if you’ll life forever, live as if you’ll die tomorrow’ Certainly one of the most over-memed (or ‘grammed) quotes out there. Gandhi must be pissed. Yet it is also seemingly the most apt way to describe Lebanon’s approach to happiness. It was perhaps a rather foolhardy visit – the foreign office [...]
Check out our favorite shots from HBS students during their Spring Break adventures.
South By South West (SXSW) is an annual gathering of tech startups and indie rock bands in the weird and crazy city of Austin, Texas. This live blog details one day at the festival as reported by three attendees.
The weekend of February 24, 20 brave HBS students and partners travelled 130 miles to Hanover, NH to join 15 other business schools for the annual Tuck Winter Carnival. Although a late start from Boston stretched the drive to 4 hours for some of the team, others arrived on time for the Welcome “TuckTails” (the [...]
“So, why are you going to Nigeria?” It is difficult to explain to an airport customs official why a HBS student would go to Lagos during Nigeria’s most disruptive labor protests in forty years. But, that is the situation that the Nigerian GIX team found themselves in during J-Term. The GIX team consisting of Chuma [...]
Check out pictures from the amazing adventures of HBS students over the January Term!
Parting Thoughts from Sao PauloOver the past week, the cohort 6 teams have gotten to know quite a bit more about the Brazilian market and their respective partners’ industries. With the help of our local partners and enthusiastic translators, we were able to survey Brazilians of all age ranges, meet with impressive entrepreneurs and business [...]
It’s fair to say that I was a massive Field 2 skeptic. After this wonderful, fascinating week in Mumbai it’s a bit embarrassing to admit, but if you’d asked me whether I even wanted to come here in the first place, the honest answer would have been no. I was fixated on all the wrong [...]
Buffett dinner at Churrascaria Souths Place After finally falling asleep on the long and fairly sleepless flight from DC to Sao Paulo, Monica Baik–my seatmate–said to me “Did you see all of those soccer fields right before we landed?” Sheepishly, I mumbled, “Hmmm? We are here?” The drive from the airport to our hotel, Melia [...]