Articles by The Harbus

  • The (Mis)education of a HBS Value Investor

    The (Mis)education of a HBS Value Investor

    by on September 14th, 2014

    Guy Spier graduated HBS in 1993 as—in his own words—an arrogant sonofabitch. Guy had come to HBS after topping Economics at Oxford, via a stint as a consultant at Braxton Associates. At HBS he missed the chance to … Read More

  • Congratulations HBS Class of 2016, Now Begin to Change!

    Congratulations HBS Class of 2016, Now Begin to Change!

    by on September 11th, 2014

    Congratulations to the Harvard Business School class of 2016 as they begin a twenty month journey of self-discovery, growth, challenge and learning. The school’s mission is to develop leaders who make a difference in … Read More

  • Ok, You’re at HBS. What Now?

    Ok, You’re at HBS. What Now?

    by on September 10th, 2014

    If you’re reading this then you’ve probably already heard a bunch of really cool speeches by some very important people telling you how awesome the next 2 years are going to be. And they will. But I thought I’d … Read More

  • A Guide to Art at HBS and Beyond

    A Guide to Art at HBS and Beyond

    by on September 6th, 2014

    Art may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about HBS, but you would be misguided if you didn’t take in some of the cultural gems right in your backyard while you’re here. From major museums to … Read More

  • What My MBA at Harvard Did NOT Teach Me

    What My MBA at Harvard Did NOT Teach Me

    by on June 14th, 2014

    The only way to make an impact is to go to Wall Street. More HBS graduates are heading out to the West Coast to make a difference, taking positions in product management, marketing, sales, and general management. In a … Read More

  • A Conversation on Leadership after Graduation

    A Conversation on Leadership after Graduation

    by on June 12th, 2014

    When I graduated from HBS in 2010, I started down the common path of becoming a management consultant, but I knew I wanted to become an entrepreneur down the road. I believed that experiences in one setting could … Read More

  • Where’s the Leadership?

    Where’s the Leadership?

    by on June 2nd, 2014

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  • Dear Graduates: You Can Have a Happy, Healthy Career

    Dear Graduates: You Can Have a Happy, Healthy Career

    by on May 28th, 2014

    I had the privilege of participating in a career day event a couple of weeks ago at The Academy of Enterprise and Finance in Long Island, NY. This is a high school with a focus on providing students with a challenging … Read More

  • Live Strong, Live Long: An Evening With Scott Jurek

    Live Strong, Live Long: An Evening With Scott Jurek

    by on May 16th, 2014

    We all have moments when we want to give up. When pressure or pain becomes too high, it feels natural to throw in the towel. But it is going that extra mile that divides victors from losers. When Scott Jurek, … Read More

  • Interview with The Harbus’ Editors-In-Chief Emeritus: 2014 in Review

    Interview with The Harbus’ Editors-In-Chief Emeritus: 2014 in Review

    by on May 14th, 2014

    Harbus: So why did you guys decide to do this in the first place? Selikowitz: I think we’re both passionate about journalism. I was an editor at my undergrad paper—very different from The Harbus in every way, but I … Read More

  • An Afternoon with Jack Welch, Former CEO of General Electric

    An Afternoon with Jack Welch, Former CEO of General Electric

    by on May 11th, 2014

    It was almost four o’clock. The clock was ticking. I was running to see Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of General Electric. When I walked through Spangler Hall, I ran into a friend. She wished me good luck. The … Read More

  • Big Data + Smart Machines = Unemployment?

    Big Data + Smart Machines = Unemployment?

    by on May 10th, 2014

    As more of our lives become datafied, we are making leaps in artificial intelligence to make sense of all the data that we generate. Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, and other tech companies are making AI related … Read More

  • The Truth about HBS’ “Section X”

    The Truth about HBS’ “Section X”

    by on May 9th, 2014

    Jodi Kantor referred to “Section X” last year with her article in The New York Times about HBS, and we thought we’d give you some perspective. First off, if you think that we’re giving this topic more attention … Read More

  • HBS Rugby Success at MBA World Cup Leads to Record Hike in Tuition

    HBS Rugby Success at MBA World Cup Leads to Record Hike in Tuition

    by on May 8th, 2014

    HBS announces tuition is set to rise in the fall, citing a significant increase in brand value due to countless victories by the rugby team. The perennial North American champions took their success to new heights … Read More