About The Harbus
Quality news, where you want it, when you want it.
The Harbus is committed to providing quality news to our readership. Founded in 1937, we have been a leading source of news for the Harvard Business School community for over 80 years. Our team of student journalists is dedicated to bringing you the latest news and insights on business, economics, and more. We strive to deliver the news you want, where and when you want it.
Who we are
The Harbus News Corporation is a non-profit self-funded news organization of Harvard Business School run by students. This organization is a publisher of The Harbus, a publication that has brought free news to the Harvard community since 1937. Today it is available both in print and online. Historically, The Harbus has been funding The Harbus Foundation, which provides grant awards and consulting services to organizations promoting education, literacy, and journalism across the Boston metropolitan area.
The Harbus News Corporation’s publications include:
The Harbus print newspaper
The book 65 Successful HBS Application Essays
Recruiting Guide for 1st year students
Elective Curriculum Course Selection Guide for 2nd year students
The Harbus newspaper includes interviews with CEOs, features on HBS companies from startups to established corporations, perspectives on pressing issues worldwide, as well as various content provided by the HBS community. The Harbus is distributed free of charge to members of the Harvard Business School community. Readers include Harvard faculty, staff, students, alumni, as well as other affiliates worldwide. Subscriptions are available for purchase for those outside of the HBS community.
Editor, Campus News
Jigya Bhagat (MBA ’24) is from New Delhi, India. She did her bachelor’s in Economics from Delhi University. She then spent 3 years at McKinsey & Company as a management consultant and then as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence responsible for setting up new businesses for a mid-stage tech venture, UrbanCompany. She loves to dance and watch Korean dramas.
Editor, Campus News
Daniel Concha Zegarra
Daniel (MBA ’24) is a Peruvian who spent 8 years in China before coming to HBS. He moved to Beijing to study a master’s degree as part of the Schwarzman Scholars Program at Tsinghua University. While in China, Daniel worked in technology, mainly mobile game development and publishing.
Edouard Lyndt (MBA ’25) is from Australia. An example of someone who took the ‘jack-of-all-trades’ thing too far, he has explored a range of career paths spanning M&A, strategy, product management, and even (very briefly) professional fighting. Outside of work, he enjoys reading, cooking, and exercise.
Chuck Isgar (MBA ’25) loves all things startups. Most recently, he served as the Chief of Staff at Scenery, a Series A-stage startup backed by investors such as Greylock. Previously, he was awarded a Schwarzman Scholarship, which provided him the opportunity to earn a Master in Global Affairs from Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. Chuck co-founded and was the CEO of Intern From Home, a recruiting technology startup that served students from over 600 colleges and was featured in publications such as The New York Times. Chuck earned his bachelor’s from Brown University, where he served as the Co-President of the Brown Entrepreneurship Program. He loves to golf, cook, and go on long walks.
Editor, Industry Insights & Travel
Prior to joining HBS, Abhiram (MBA '25) worked in Houston, TX at Ara Partners, a private equity fund focused on energy transition and decarbonization technologies. A New Jersey native, he graduated with a B.S.E. in Chemical & Biological Engineering from Princeton University in 2019. Outside of class, you can find him biking around Boston’s many trails, dominating (sometimes) at pub trivia, or trying out the local food scene.
Tim Ford (MBA ’25) is originally from New Jersey. He graduated from the University of Virginia with degrees in Commerce and Spanish in 2018, and completed an M.Phil. in Latin American Studies at the University of Cambridge in 2019. Prior to the HBS MBA, Tim worked in growth equity in San Francisco. He’s proud of his NYT crossword streak, but not as proud as he was of his Covid mustache…
Editor, Women's Leadership
Loujaine (MBA ’24 ) is a Saudi Arabian who spent most of her formative years in Canada. After completing her undergraduate degree at McGill University (International Management), she moved back to Saudi Arabia and worked in Consulting. She enjoys traveling and exploring new places, hosting people over for small gatherings and baking and decorating cakes in her free time.
Editor, Women's Leadership & Entrepreneurship
Regina Gomez (MBA ’25) was born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico. She graduated from Tecnológico de Monterrey with a degree in Economics. Prior to HBS she worked at Mastercard and an early-stage fintech as a Global Strategy and Operations Manager specializing in the payments industry.