HBS Guilty of Assault and Battery

Harvard Business School’s soccer team routed Harvard Law 5-1 last Sunday behind a raucous crowd that numbered in the high single digits. With the victory, HBS capped off an undefeated season in the Boston Graduate School League and won the Graduate School Cup for the second year in a row. Harvard Law’s first string was… Continue reading HBS Guilty of Assault and Battery

Christian Graduate Students Head to God's Country

Over the long Columbus Day weekend, 140 graduate students from all over Boston gathered together at Toah Nipi in Rindge, New Hampshire for fun, fellowship, and renewed growth in their daily spiritual walks. Toah Nipi is Intervarsity Christian Fellowship’s New England retreat and training center which accommodates college, church, and community groups. Graduate students, including… Continue reading Christian Graduate Students Head to God's Country

HBS Rugby Wins Season Opener

The players of the HBS rugby team had only been practicing for a week before their first match but that didn’t stop them from starting the 2007-08 season off right by handing Monadnock a lopsided defeat on Saturday, September the 8th. The team was mentally prepared for a tough contest but in the end the… Continue reading HBS Rugby Wins Season Opener

Bone Marrow Initiative

Students from across Harvard University have united in a cross-campus effort to improve minority representation in national bone marrow registries. Minorities are presently grossly underrepresented in national marrow registries that are used to find donor matches for patients with blood cancers; because minorities are more likely to find matches in their own communities, many minorities… Continue reading Bone Marrow Initiative