Harvard Business School's most recent guest speaker? Cookie Monster. And he has a few things to say about how they run things there.
On an unsuspecting Tuesday afternoon in Annenberg Hall, your writer plunges into the unknown. I remove the over-the-ear headphones practically fused to my skin. I shudder without their warm embrace.
the harvard man
Your least favorite person in your Social Studies seminar visits a therapist.
Navigating the MBTA
Take Off Your Damn Headphones
I remove my over-the-ear headphones (shocking, daring, brave!) and discover the beauty of Harvard’s unfiltered sounds and silences. I also discover that I have been breathing really loudly this whole time.
C is for Capitalism: Cookie Monster Pays a Visit to Harvard Business School
The following is a transcript from Cookie Monster’s recent guest lecture at the Harvard Business School. Like Kim K., he also wore his finest pinstriped pantsuit, black leather trench coat, and (though not for public viewing) SKIMS undergarments. Unlike Kim K., Mr. Monster opted to perform his speech to the tune of his smash hit, “C is for Cookie.”
The Career of a Hapless Assassin
The animals around Harvard play Assassins. Who will come out on top?
The Harvard Man Goes to Therapy
Your least favorite person in your Social Studies seminar visits a therapist. But don’t worry, “Harvard Man” — an archetype that plagues this particular ivory tower — isn’t cured. He will still interrupt you to explain your own lived experiences to you tomorrow.
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Surviving Life Alive
It seems that I’ve been driven to do the unthinkable, to commit the cardinal sin: purchase a nearly $14 açaí bowl from Life Alive Café.