01 Mar 2015

@Soldiers Field

Re: Bob Kraft (MBA 1965); Jonathan Kraft (MBA 1990)


Twenty-five students from Brighton High School toured the Chao Center construction site as part of the Urban Neighborhood Design Alliance’s City/Build project, which teaches students about design and engineering.


On campus to kick off the University-wide Deans’ Innovation in Sports Challenge, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft (MBA 1965) and president Jonathan Kraft (MBA 1990) suggested an innovation they’d like to see: a way to predict the next Tom Brady.


The Retail and Luxury Goods Club brought designer Tommy Hilfiger to campus to talk about his company’s successful mid-2000s turnaround. Hilfiger also shared the story of his first company, which went bankrupt in 1977—an experience he referred to as “my MBA.”


Some 500 members of the HBS community attended a candlelight vigil on Spangler Lawn organized by the African-American Student Union to raise awareness of racial prejudice and the efficacy of the US justice system in the wake of grand jury decisions in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City.


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