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After HBS, @dilangomih (MBA 2019) is looking to pursue a career with a company at the intersection of wellness and media. Read more about her HBS experience: hbs.me/dilan19 Get to know members of #HBS19 before commencement: hbs.me/class19 (link in bio)

Don’t want to walk across campus in the rain? We have tunnels for that👍#LifeatHBS

During a student's two years at HBS they will read over 500 cases 📚 @harvardinsider shared his cases from first-year. #LifeatHBS

Challenges related to managing religion in the workplace are on the rise, as are religious discrimination claims and monetary settlements. Explore two examples that made their way to the U.S. Supreme Court: hbs.me/religionatwork (link in bio) #HBSColdCall

Trees are budding, birds are chirping, and the sun peeks through bouts of spring rain. Explore spring on campus. #LifeatHBS

As a first-generation college graduate, Triston Francis (MBA 2019) wants to inspire people in underserved communities to live their best lives. Hear more about his HBS experience: hbs.me/triston19 Get to know members of #HBS19 before commencement: hbs.me/class19 (link in bio)

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of our Social Enterprise Initiative, 300 alumni, students, faculty, staff, and leaders in the field came together for a 2 day event focused on the future of social enterprise. #SEI25 Highlights and insights from the event: hbs.me/sei25 (link in bio)

Every November, sections host a ceremony to hang flags representing the countries students call home. Earlier this week members of section J removed the flags from their classroom to wrap up (RC) first-year. #LifeatHBS 📷: @aymonodm

Over the weekend we celebrated 25 years of our Social Enterprise Initiative! A panel discussion with HBS Dean Nitin Nohria, @Harvard President Lawrence Bacow, Jacqueline Novogratz of @acumenorg, and Thomas Tierney (MBA 1980) of @thebridgespangroup kicked off the weekend festivities 🎉Learn more about the Social Enterprise Initiative: hbs.me/SEI25 (link in bio) #SEI25 #LifeatHBS

🚨Takeover Alert 🚨Taylor Stockton (MBA 2020) is taking over @hbsadmissions to share a day in the life of an HBS student, with a special focus on life outside of the classroom! He is originally from El Paso, Texas and attended undergrad at @bostoncollege. At HBS, he is the Co-Founder & President of the Future of Work Club and the CFO of the Education Club. Check our story for highlights from @tstock915's day. #LifeatHBS

Welcome back #HBS18 🎉 The Class of 2018 is celebrating their 1 year reunion with a weekend full of activities on campus #LifeatHBS 📷: @hbsalumni

What is your favorite season on campus? Spring is definitely a strong contender 🌸#LifeatHBS 📷:@xannegroot

Are sunny days here to stay? ☀️#LifeatHBS 📷: @hbscpd

This afternoon we went behind-the-scenes of the @bostonballet 🎭The panel discussed the creativity, strategy, and adaptability required to keep an arts organization thriving in today’s ever-changing world. #LifeatHBS #HBSConnects

Every company wants to grow, and the most proven way is through innovation. Gary Pisano shares new thinking about how the scale of bigger companies can be leveraged for advantage in innovation. Check our Instagram story to hear more about Gary's research💡#LifeatHBS

Mengwen Zhao (MBA 2019) shares how she plans to use her skills after HBS: hbs.me/mengwen Get to know members of #HBS19 before commencement: hbs.me/class19 (link in bio)

Recently, Catarina Fernandes (MBA 2012) joined 21 other doctoral students to defend her doctoral dissertation. Catarina successfully defended in the same Aldrich classroom when she began her studies as an RC student in section F. Her research focuses on how status hierarchies are impacted, and how these in turn affect both individual and team level outcomes. Learn more about our doctoral programs: hbs.me/doctoral (link in bio) #HBS19

“‘You’re pretty good for an Asian kid!’ As a Chinese boy growing up in Germany, I learned to deal with acts of everyday racism. I had always been a passionate soccer player and assumed that at some point my skill would win over doubters. Through hard practice, I developed into a promising central midfielder; and yet, even though the coach named me captain of the under-15’s soccer team, people still just saw me as 'das asiatische Kind' – the Asian kid. I simply stuck out as one of the few Asian children in Bottrop, a small city of 120,000 people. In Germany, I was accepted by my Caucasian friends, but was keenly aware I looked different. In China, I looked like my peers and spoke Mandarin fluently, but did not feel that I fit in culturally. In the US, I was identified as a foreigner. Unsurprisingly, I have not always felt I belonged. Over time, I have learned to accept myself for who I am. I finally found a sense of belonging not in where I am from or how I look, but in the people I am surrounded by. They do not see me as German, Chinese, or foreign. They do not see the automotive engineer, the McKinsey consultant, or the HBS student. They just see Thomas Yao. They see me. After nearly 30 years, I came to a realization: it is in the moments when I am authentically open, when I stay true to myself, that I am seen and can truly see others. If I have one call to action, it is this: When you feel pressure to conform, fight that urge and be the you that you cannot help but be." —Thomas Yao (MBA 2019) ••• To celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month a special Portrait Project is on display in Spangler Lounge—today is the last day to check it out! Learn more about our Asian-American Business Association: hbs.me/asianamericanbiz (link in bio) #LifeatHBS

Wishing MBAs good luck on their final exams 📚#LifeatHBS

One month until Commencement! Don’t forget to share your Class of 2019 moments using #HBS19 🎓🎉 #LifeatHBS

After HBS, @dilangomih (MBA 2019) is looking to pursue a career with a company at the intersection of wellness and media. Read more about her HBS experience: hbs.me/dilan19 Get to know members of #HBS19 before commencement: hbs.me/class19 (link in bio)

Welcome back #HBS18 🎉 The Class of 2018 is celebrating their 1 year reunion with a weekend full of activities on campus #LifeatHBS 📷: @hbsalumni

Don’t want to walk across campus in the rain? We have tunnels for that👍#LifeatHBS

What is your favorite season on campus? Spring is definitely a strong contender 🌸#LifeatHBS 📷:@xannegroot

During a student's two years at HBS they will read over 500 cases 📚 @harvardinsider shared his cases from first-year. #LifeatHBS

Are sunny days here to stay? ☀️#LifeatHBS 📷: @hbscpd

Challenges related to managing religion in the workplace are on the rise, as are religious discrimination claims and monetary settlements. Explore two examples that made their way to the U.S. Supreme Court: hbs.me/religionatwork (link in bio) #HBSColdCall

This afternoon we went behind-the-scenes of the @bostonballet 🎭The panel discussed the creativity, strategy, and adaptability required to keep an arts organization thriving in today’s ever-changing world. #LifeatHBS #HBSConnects

Trees are budding, birds are chirping, and the sun peeks through bouts of spring rain. Explore spring on campus. #LifeatHBS

Every company wants to grow, and the most proven way is through innovation. Gary Pisano shares new thinking about how the scale of bigger companies can be leveraged for advantage in innovation. Check our Instagram story to hear more about Gary's research💡#LifeatHBS

As a first-generation college graduate, Triston Francis (MBA 2019) wants to inspire people in underserved communities to live their best lives. Hear more about his HBS experience: hbs.me/triston19 Get to know members of #HBS19 before commencement: hbs.me/class19 (link in bio)

Mengwen Zhao (MBA 2019) shares how she plans to use her skills after HBS: hbs.me/mengwen Get to know members of #HBS19 before commencement: hbs.me/class19 (link in bio)

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of our Social Enterprise Initiative, 300 alumni, students, faculty, staff, and leaders in the field came together for a 2 day event focused on the future of social enterprise. #SEI25 Highlights and insights from the event: hbs.me/sei25 (link in bio)

Recently, Catarina Fernandes (MBA 2012) joined 21 other doctoral students to defend her doctoral dissertation. Catarina successfully defended in the same Aldrich classroom when she began her studies as an RC student in section F. Her research focuses on how status hierarchies are impacted, and how these in turn affect both individual and team level outcomes. Learn more about our doctoral programs: hbs.me/doctoral (link in bio) #HBS19

Every November, sections host a ceremony to hang flags representing the countries students call home. Earlier this week members of section J removed the flags from their classroom to wrap up (RC) first-year. #LifeatHBS 📷: @aymonodm

“‘You’re pretty good for an Asian kid!’ As a Chinese boy growing up in Germany, I learned to deal with acts of everyday racism. I had always been a passionate soccer player and assumed that at some point my skill would win over doubters. Through hard practice, I developed into a promising central midfielder; and yet, even though the coach named me captain of the under-15’s soccer team, people still just saw me as 'das asiatische Kind' – the Asian kid. I simply stuck out as one of the few Asian children in Bottrop, a small city of 120,000 people. In Germany, I was accepted by my Caucasian friends, but was keenly aware I looked different. In China, I looked like my peers and spoke Mandarin fluently, but did not feel that I fit in culturally. In the US, I was identified as a foreigner. Unsurprisingly, I have not always felt I belonged. Over time, I have learned to accept myself for who I am. I finally found a sense of belonging not in where I am from or how I look, but in the people I am surrounded by. They do not see me as German, Chinese, or foreign. They do not see the automotive engineer, the McKinsey consultant, or the HBS student. They just see Thomas Yao. They see me. After nearly 30 years, I came to a realization: it is in the moments when I am authentically open, when I stay true to myself, that I am seen and can truly see others. If I have one call to action, it is this: When you feel pressure to conform, fight that urge and be the you that you cannot help but be." —Thomas Yao (MBA 2019) ••• To celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month a special Portrait Project is on display in Spangler Lounge—today is the last day to check it out! Learn more about our Asian-American Business Association: hbs.me/asianamericanbiz (link in bio) #LifeatHBS

Over the weekend we celebrated 25 years of our Social Enterprise Initiative! A panel discussion with HBS Dean Nitin Nohria, @Harvard President Lawrence Bacow, Jacqueline Novogratz of @acumenorg, and Thomas Tierney (MBA 1980) of @thebridgespangroup kicked off the weekend festivities 🎉Learn more about the Social Enterprise Initiative: hbs.me/SEI25 (link in bio) #SEI25 #LifeatHBS

Wishing MBAs good luck on their final exams 📚#LifeatHBS

🚨Takeover Alert 🚨Taylor Stockton (MBA 2020) is taking over @hbsadmissions to share a day in the life of an HBS student, with a special focus on life outside of the classroom! He is originally from El Paso, Texas and attended undergrad at @bostoncollege. At HBS, he is the Co-Founder & President of the Future of Work Club and the CFO of the Education Club. Check our story for highlights from @tstock915's day. #LifeatHBS

One month until Commencement! Don’t forget to share your Class of 2019 moments using #HBS19 🎓🎉 #LifeatHBS

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