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Also in 1937:
Professor Georges F. Doriot offers full-year "Manufacturing" course, which combines philosophy, field-based research, and instruction in entrepreneurship.
The HBS student newspaper, The Harbus, begins publication.
Donham asserts that HBS's relative financial independence is "one of the School's greatest assets"
Donham writes that business must be taught by faculties in "close touch" with business, using cases drawn from "actual experience"
HBS students consume five tons of meat, 11,000 eggs, and 500 gallons of milk each week
Harvard establishes the "Training Course in Personnel Administration" for Radcliffe women
Ross McFarland joins Fatigue Lab staff to help study physiology of high-altitude flight
Unchaperoned visiting hours in HBS dorms are inaugurated
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Due to budget cuts, HBS is "doing badly" at training future HBS professors, and can't help other business schools
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