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Brevity Is The Sister Of Talent For Harvard Business School

For the one essay that is part of this year's MBA application, Harvard Business School sets a scene on the first day of class and places you in Aldrich Hall meeting your 'section'. This is the group of 90 classmates  who will become your close companions in the first-year MBA classroom. [...]

It's football and turkey on Thanksgiving for prep teams

A Narbonne football player showed up Thursday morning for practice wearing Harvard pajama bottoms. Hey, it was Thanksgiving. Most prep teams still alive in the football playoffs held brief practices and walk throughs on Thursday. For Narbonne players, it was a feast afterward. Each player brought...

Unraveling the Harvard Law School Hate Crime

(John Hinderaker) I wrote here about the supposed hate crime that has roiled Harvard Law School: someone put small pieces of black tape over the portraits of black law professors that hang in Wasserstein Hall. This incident is somehow...Show More Summary

America's First Refugees - The Pilgrims

18 hours agoHumor : Funny or Die

America's First Refugees - The Pilgrims 4:27 Jimmy Tingle Live from Sanders Theatre at Harvard University talking about The Mighty Pilgrims Submitted by: jimmytingle Regular Keywords: comedy thanksgiving syria refugee pilgrim Views:...

Talking Turkey in Pre-Revolutionary America

For the holiday, John Overholt at Harvard’s Houghton Library shared a look inside one of only five surviving copies of a cookbook that Edes and Gill reprinted for pre-Revolutionary Boston:Susannah Carter’s The Frugal Housewife, or Complete Woman Cook (1772) [was] just the second cookbook printed in America. Show More Summary

Reader’s Digest parent company bets its life on hearth-and-home, wholesome audience

19 hours agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

Bonnie Kintzer has had plenty of experience as a publishing consultant and executive as well as earning a Harvard MBA degree. Still, when she signed on as CEO in April 2014 to turn around the twice-bankrupt Reader’s Digest Association,...Show More Summary

Harvard-Trained Lawyer” Arrested For Fraud In Boston

David Corazza, 47, was the very image of the international jet-setting lawyer with postings highlighting his Harvard education, offices in cities around the world, and even photos with Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler. The problem is that this Harvard-trained lawyer was neither a graduate of Harvard or a lawyer. Indeed, he does not even appear to be […]

McCarthy's hot shooting helps Harvard dump Bryant 80-45

Tommy McCarthy's 16 points and 8 assists leads Harvard past Bryant in convincing 80-45 win        

Patient deaths do not increase during doctor strikes

As doctors in England prepare for strike action next month, researchers at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital (Boston, USA) show that, in high-income countries, "patients do not come to serious harm during industrial action provided that provisions are made for emergency care." read more

Air pollution and cardiovascular disease: Increased risk for women with diabetes

Air pollution is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease, and some people may be more susceptible to its effects than others. Investigators from Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) and Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health...Show More Summary

Two Short Things on Writing

I’ve been thinking a bit about writing (and reading) lately.  On my flight out to Atlanta this past week I read Helen Sword’s Stylish Academic Writing (Harvard 2012). I’ll likely assign it to my graduate methods class next year. It’s a nice summary of how different disciplines write and offers some substantial tips on how… Read More ?

Unity At Last?

From Harvard academic, David Ropeik's "Terrorism -- Why It Frightens, and Unites Us," through French intellectual, Dominique Sopo's "Faced With Hatred, We Must Respond With Unity," and even to the Grand Mufti of Egypt, Shawki Ibrahim...Show More Summary

Benefit Corporations’ Deep Legal Roots

In 1932, E. Merrick Dodd wrote in the Harvard Law Review that the corporation is "an economic institution which has a social service as well as a profit-making function."

Harvard Plans Divisive Anti-America Conference

Another splenetic conference where the participants can express their self-righteous indignation at the so-called oppressive status quo.

A New Study Suggests That Sleeping on a Decision Might Not Do Much

Related: Knowing How You Decide Is As Important As the Decision The authors, led by Uma R. Karmarkar of Harvard Business School, conducted two experiments in which they brought in volunteers and showed them a bunch of different attributes...Show More Summary

Using Out of Office Experiences to Develop Your Skills, Make an Impact, and Accelerate Your Career Path

This post originally appeared in The Harvard Business Review: How to Use Stretch Assignments to Support Social Good A proven way to get ahead in your career is to take on stretch assignments. These projects can develop your skills and confidence, as well as prove to leaders that you can succeed at the next level. Show More Summary

Millions of women severely undernourished in low- and middle-income countries

Boston/Toronto - More than 18 million women in low- and middle-income countries around the world are severely undernourished, according to the first global estimate published in a new study from St. Michael's Hospital and Harvard T.H. Show More Summary

#BlackGirlsRock: Haben Girma Becomes Harvard Law School’s First Deaf-Blind Graduate And Advocates For Disabled People

Haben Girma Becomes Harvard Law School’s First Deaf-Blind Graduate Haben Girma has become Harvard Law’s first deaf-blind graduate and an example of determination for the rest of the world. According to HNGN News the 27-year-old wants to help more disabled

The Growing Need to be the "Client of Choice" for Independent Workers

Harvard Business Review's Your Company Needs Independent Workers covers the growing need by corporations to be seen as a "client of choice" by highly skilled independent workers. Key qutoe: Companies have long strived to become employers of choice for full-time...

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