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Professor Eric Bradlow on Business and Big Data

Jonathan Lerner WG ’16, VP of Data & Analytics Club “If you don’t have analytics knowledge … there is not a glass ceiling,…

Heart behind the Hype

Heart behind the Hype

ROI, SWOT, LBO, M&A. Oh, wait – wrong buzzwords. It’s now cloud computing, pivoting, big data, 3D printing and FinTech. Tech and entrepreneurship…

How WG ’16 Entrepreneurs Created and Sold Their Company

I’m most inspired by the entrepreneurs that sit beside me at Wharton. Nitish Aitharaju (WG ’16) and Sedrick Dongmo (WG ’16) created Mobspire,…

What’s it like to work at a start-up during Wharton!

What’s it like to work at a start-up during Wharton!

In this article, George Birman and Halley Goodman (WG ’16) share their experiences about working part-time with Hillflint, a San Francisco-based retail-apparel startup. The…

Tech Recruiting Advise from 2Ys

Big data!? Sales Ops?? Startups? Tech geeks, ladies and gents: The Wharton Journal brings you to the best of dos and dont’s on…

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Looking outside, you realize its spring.  Oh wait, it’s winter.  Oh wait, it’s spring again. The volatile weather may be a champagne problem, but it has spurred me…

It’s hard to imagine what Wharton was like before GroupMe and Venmo. Both are fantastic. Both make life a lot more convenient. Both come with a lot of…

Recruiters on campus these days are big on diversity, and with good reason—diversity is simply good for business. Top firms have discovered that creating a workplace that welcomes…

For most top business schools, Social Impact is the new black. It’s never been more in vogue; promotional literature touting sexy social impact “initiatives” and “experiential learning opportunities”…

In the rush to finish group projects, not LT too many classes, attend eighteen different holiday parties and pack for three different climates for four weeks of travel,…

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We Are Wharton

I remember the first time I saw the video made by Wharton welcome committee. It was right after I got an email explaining to me that I got…

We All Have Skin in the Game: Why Wharton Needs More Diversity Training

It’s not often that you can pinpoint the exact moment your worldview changes in a significant way. For me, it happened when I attended an event last semester…

Women of Color and the Double Edged Sword of Representation

Women of Color and the Double Edged Sword of Representation

I remember the day that President Obama nominated Sonia Sotomayor to sit on the US Supreme Court. I jumped and screamed and cried from sheer joy. A Latina…