MBA Student Life Articles

  • 4 Ways to Balance Social Life and Study Life

    4 Ways to Balance Social Life and Study Life

    by on April 15th, 2014

    Today’s article was written by Angela Coquis. We all live busy, hectic lives and we’re constantly bombarded with opportunities to get distracted. There’s nothing wrong with having fun, but as we all know from … Read More

  • NYU Stern MBA Program Appoints New Dean of Students

    NYU Stern MBA Program Appoints New Dean of Students

    by on April 10th, 2014

    New York University Stern School of Business announced it has appointed alumnus Conor Grennan as Dean of Students for the MBA program, a position which acts as a liaison between the administration and more than 2,500 … Read More

  • Attending My First Career Fair

    Attending My First Career Fair

    by on April 7th, 2014

    Today’s article was written by Jaskamal Gill. Attending a career fair can be a daunting prospect and it was for this sophomore undergrad! Even though I am more than halfway through my second year at Rutgers and I … Read More

  • The MBA Life: International Trips and Study Abroad

    The MBA Life: International Trips and Study Abroad

    by on April 5th, 2014

    Submitted by Christine Bassitt, Forté Fellow and MBA Candidate 2014, University of Southern California (Marshall School of Business). One of the biggest benefits to getting an MBA is the global exposure most programs … Read More

  • Being an Introvert and Doing B-School

    Being an Introvert and Doing B-School

    by on April 3rd, 2014

    By Abraham Ingle. I’m an introvert. Depending on who you tell this to, some people I know will say, “What?? No you’re not. You talk all the time!” And others will say, “Duh, you’re totally antisocial.” … Read More

  • Harvard Students Host 15th Annual Social Enterprise Conference

    Harvard Students Host 15th Annual Social Enterprise Conference

    by on April 2nd, 2014

    Conference to focus on defining future of the field and include keynote speeches from leaders of Kiva and Echoing Green Cambridge, MA – On March 29th and 30th students from Harvard Business School and Harvard … Read More

  • HBS Updates: Enjoying Spring Break

    HBS Updates: Enjoying Spring Break

    by on March 26th, 2014

    Half of the second semester has passed. Escaping from the still freezing climes of Boston, I’m now enjoying the long-awaited spring break in Miami. Only a three hour flight—it’s a totally different world; white … Read More

  • Meet the New HBS Student Association Co-Presidents

    Meet the New HBS Student Association Co-Presidents

    by on March 17th, 2014

    By the time the HBS community has returned from its Spring Break hijinks, outgoing HBS Student Association (SA) Presidents Sarah Arora and Jordan Strebeck will have handed the reins to their successors—Linda Li and … Read More

  • Why the Harbus Foundation Matters

    Why the Harbus Foundation Matters

    by on March 16th, 2014

    So what’s the deal with this Harbus Foundation Gala? You’ve seen emails from your Service Reps, lots of tweets, and some flyers in Aldrich. But why is this one different from all the other fancy events you have the … Read More

  • My Last Semester as an MBA Student

    My Last Semester as an MBA Student

    by on March 14th, 2014

    By Khue Hoang, Class of 2014, Forté Fellow & MBA Candidate, USC Marshall School of Business. I can’t believe that it’s already my last semester here at USC Marshall. The last 1.5 years have gone by so fast, … Read More

  • Women’s Student Association at HBS Doubles Down on Case Protagonists

    Women’s Student Association at HBS Doubles Down on Case Protagonists

    by on March 13th, 2014

    Are enough female business leaders depicted pondering their next business move in HBS cases? The Women’s Student Association and Dean Nitin Nohria agree: absolutely not. The WSA, HBS’s largest student club, operates … Read More

  • Spring Break Ain’t What It Used to Be

    Spring Break Ain’t What It Used to Be

    by on March 12th, 2014

    With spring break coming up fast, of course the most productive use of these column inches would be to impart some hard-earned learnings to the young, wayward RCs (first year) about how to best use their upcoming week … Read More

  • HBS Art: The Schwartz Art Collection

    HBS Art: The Schwartz Art Collection

    by on March 11th, 2014

    In this monthly series we will pick a piece from the Schwartz Art Collection to discuss in the hopes of starting conversations about art on campus and beyond. We don’t claim to be experts, just fans of interesting art … Read More

  • Don’t Go to Paris for the Half Marathon

    Don’t Go to Paris for the Half Marathon

    by on March 10th, 2014

    It sounds like a really good idea—run my first half marathon in beautiful Paris. Be inspired by views of Notre Dame, the Bastille, and the Eiffel Tower as you crank out 13.1 miles on foot. Finish the race with … Read More