Author Archives: Jake Gorelov WG '15

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Andre Agassi on Serving Aces for Education

Tennis’s most lethal service return. 60 tournament wins. 14 triumphs vs. Pete Sampras. 8 grand slam titles. 1 Olympic gold medal. In Andre Agassi’s mind, these accomplishments pale in comparison to what he has been able to accomplish in his second career as an advocate for, and investor in, best-in-class charter schools. In a rare

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Yonatan Sela (WG’14) & Israeli Co-founders Launch First Friends Referral Engine For Local Service Providers

Bookn’tell is the first referral engine for local service providers, powered by your friends’ reviews. Bookn’tell provides a community that allows users to find and book service providers (e.g. hair dressers) based on friends’ reviews, rather than searching through reviews from people you don’t know such as Yelp. And unlike existing recommendation sites, whenever a

Campus Mourns Tragic Loss Of Zachary Woods WG ’16

Zachary Woods WG ’16 passed away on Tuesday following a car accident on 30th and Walnut St. In an effort to avoid the accident, Woods climbed a traffic pole which was ultimately struck by a car that thrust him and the pole 38 feet off of an elevated part of Walnut St. Woods had arrived

Yonatan Sela (WG’14) & Israeli Co-founders Launch First Friends Referral Engine For Local Service Providers: Bookn’tell

Bookn’tell is the first friend referrals engine for local service providers. Bookn’tell provides a community that allows users to find and book service providers (eg hair dressers) based on friends’ reviews rather than searching through reviews from people you don’t know. And unlike existing recommendation sites, whenever a member makes a booking for a service

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Eating My Way Around The World At MasterChef

I spent last Saturday getting a true taste of Wharton’s international community at MasterChef, Wharton’s annual international culinary showcase featuring 23 teams from 20+ countries. My two hours at MasterChef were a stretch experience for my palate and my stomach. At the urging of Oded Porath ’15 (and fearless Israeli trek leader), I began my

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