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Diwali

Diwali Party

On October 19th, 2017, 300 students across Wharton dressed up in some of the finest Indian clothing I have ever seen.  Was it for a fancy wedding? Nope.  A festival? Yup.  The festival we were celebrating was the oft-heard Diwali, the festival of lights.  The festival is celebrated for a variety of reasons across India,

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Wharton Marketing Conference 2017: “Invisible Branding” and Human Elements Key Features in the Digital Age

At the Wharton MBA Marketing Conference on “Connecting with Customers in the Digital Age,” speakers from Jetblue, P&G, J&J, Siggi’s Dairy, Urban Outfitters, Comcast, Glossier, Philadelphia 76ers, Cotopaxi, world-of-mouth consultancy Fizz, and analytics company Bluelabs provided lots of insights into the ever-evolving world of consumer marketing. A couple of key themes that I noticed were “invisible

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Why I Decided To Go To Business School

Thoughts on what brought me to Wharton, and what I found at Wharton that made me stay. I finally took the plunge — I ignored many of my closest friends in Silicon Valley and decided to come to business school at Wharton. I still remember all the heated arguments. Folks in my inner circle of trust thought

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Talk with Founder of Winesona – A Tale of Wine and Data

Felicia Qian Interview with Tiffany Xingyu Wang (WG ’17) How to convert a dormant mailing list into active wine club subscribers for a winery? How to match a guest at a restaurant with a great wine from an intimidating list? How to make a private club a preferred destination for all social drinks? Every single wine

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Congrats On A Great First Quarter

Q1 is a wrap! On behalf of the Office of Student Life (Alex, Eric, Kristen, Larry, Maryellen, Rolanda, and our newest team member – Meghan Gatti!), congratulations to the Class of 2019 for completing the first leg of your Wharton journey!   What a quarter this has been. The Class of 2018 hit the ground

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Ask Me Anything Panel hosted by Return on Equality and Storytellers

In a world where business school students constantly share stylized versions of their nights at the bar, their Iceland trip, or any version of face-painted school-spirit-on-steroids revelry, we are asking Wharton students to keep sharing. In a world where we affirm our peers’ experiences with “likes” and “loves,” we are asking Wharton students to keep

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