Looking to Escape the Pressure?

Play the game of games. The Harvard Rugby Football Club was started by Dean McArthur and is one of the oldest, largest, and most active sports clubs on campus. HBS Rugby membership involves training, matches, tours, tournaments, and social events to accommodate class schedules. The Club welcomes all members whatever their desired commitment level. Players… Continue reading Looking to Escape the Pressure?

New Year's Revelations

Welcome back! Happy New Year! Etc.! Hope you all had a nice break. I had a wonderful holiday. It was interesting on so many different levels. Let me describe the ways: Virtual realityWe made the decision to stay on Campus over the holidays. SFP now has a new nickname in our household – it’s called… Continue reading New Year's Revelations

Pregnant Pause

In the next couple of weeks I’m in for one of life’s more visceral experiences. I’m due to give birth at Brigham Women’s. As a fully paid up member of the Harvard Insurance I want bells and whistles and if you were to throw in a jazz band I won’t complain. The entourageSince I’m going… Continue reading Pregnant Pause

The HBS Game Show

Thank you to all those who expressed concern over the plight of my son and his quarter last week. The good news is that he is now slightly lighter and we are once again slightly richer. Well, we were until I went to Spangler the other day. As I was walking back sucking my Chupa… Continue reading The HBS Game Show

Jobs, Anyone?

Well, the Froggies are looking pretty harried post Hell-week. At a time when we have such incredible educational resources available to us, it is indeed a shame that we need to spend so much time deciding between job offers. Ninety-two percent of us came out with multiple offers, and now there are so many variables… Continue reading Jobs, Anyone?

Live from KSG

On Monday, November 19, Chris Matthews hosted Democratic Presidential candidate Carol Moseley Braun on the fifth edition of ‘Hardball: Battle for the White House.’ The series, co-sponsored by the Institute of Politics (IOP) at the Kennedy School of Government (KSG), airs live on MSNBC and gives members of the Harvard community an opportunity to ask… Continue reading Live from KSG

Just Try It: River Sledging

What is it?River Sledging, also known as hydrospeed or river boarding, is a bit like boogie boarding. But instead of riding sea-waves, you travel down river rapids on your stomach on a small polyurethane board. River sledging started in the Alps, but it is still very much in its infancy. The excitement of the ride… Continue reading Just Try It: River Sledging

Class Day Essay Finalists – Richard Pole

Whakarongo mai, whakarongo mai.Te mihi tuatahi ki ti atua.Te mihi tuarua ki a matou kaiwhakahaere.Te mihi tuatoru ki a tatou.Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou e hoa ma. My greeting hails, as I do, from deep in the South Pacific – a small, and some would say insignificant nation called New Zealand. A place that… Continue reading Class Day Essay Finalists – Richard Pole

Hiring Outlook Remains Optimistic for 2006

This is the first in an occasional series of short articles focusing on career-related issues for the ECs in the fall and RCs in the winter. This week, we will shed some light on the macro conditions in the job market. Please contact the News Editor at jchng@mba2007.hbs.edu if you wish to comment or contribute… Continue reading Hiring Outlook Remains Optimistic for 2006