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A WG’15 in VC: Meet Dana Rosenberg

By Jon Yeow (WG’15) Dana is an MBA student at Wharton with a passion for startups and venture capital. Dana is currently working…

Finding Apartments Made Easy By VeryApt

Finding Apartments Made Easy By VeryApt

by Kalpi Desai (WG’16) We’ve all experienced the nightmare of finding housing in Philly. Ashrit Kamireddi (WG ’14), Scott Beirbryer (WG ’14), and…

Inside TechCrunch Disrupt

Inside TechCrunch Disrupt

by Sean Moran (WG’15) Silicon Valley is obsessed with itself.  On one hand, this is for good reason: the region has arguably driven all…

First Year Perspectives: Meet Andrew Wilkinson (WG ’16), Founder of Non-Profit, studentdonate.com

First Year Perspectives: Meet Andrew Wilkinson (WG ’16), Founder of Non-Profit, studentdonate.com

by Kalpi Desai (WG’16) We all know getting your education is not cheap. Have you ever wondered if you could crowdfund your education? Andrew…

Firefly Redux – From Founding To Acquisition

Firefly is a “co-browsing” tool that lets a user share their browser screen in real-time without any additional software. The Wharton Journal first…

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by Ramie Abu-Zahra (WG ‘15), Daniel Azoulai (WG ‘15), Jeff Zhou (WG ‘15) DISCLAIMER: If you really want to understand what Burning Man is like, GO! Until you taste…

by Sarabjeet Singh (WG ‘15) It was 15:30 Pacific time, August 5th 2014. I was in the Human Resources floor in Day One North (Amazon headquarters) to accept my…

By Isha Gupta (WG’15) This summer I worked in an office full of foodies and sommeliers, learned how to use a fancy espresso machine, and dined at some…

By Anita Hossain (WG’15) When I started school last fall, a common question I’d hear was “what did you lie about and say you wanted to do in…

by Akshay Khanna (WG ‘15) Anytime you end up in a room with your childhood hero, talking to him and having him autograph your jersey, it’s probably been a…

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Wharton International Volunteer Program (WIVP) in Vietnam: creating a small, business training curriculum for women entrepreneurs

Wharton International Volunteer Program (WIVP) in Vietnam: creating a small, business training curriculum for women entrepreneurs

by Stephanie Kim (P’15) There are few better ways to get to know a new city and culture than by having to get up early and go to…

Vets Club Visits Ground Zero

Vets Club Visits Ground Zero

On September 11, 2001 I was in the middle of a pre-flight briefing in USAF pilot training when the terrorist attacks of that day unfolded. As the nation…

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The Value of a Leadership Venture

by Lauren Raouf (WG’15) With the CourseMatch deadline for the Leadership Ventures rapidly approaching – it closes at 5pm on Wednesday – I wanted to provide…

Leadership Through Respect: Alexandra Lapinsky WG ‘15

Effective Marketing in Club Leadership

Leadership Through Respect: Juan Carlos Intriago Velez WG ‘15

Cotopaxi: The Ultimate Test