Author Archives: The Wharton Journal

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What Wharton Thinks of Love (#sex) in 2016?

  The Wharton Journal Love (#sex) Survey 2016 was sent to about 1600 Wharton students via email and social media. The survey received 371 responses. Of those who responded to the survey, 52% were Male, 48% were female, and 0% identified as neither of those choices. About 59% of those who filled out the survey were

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Meet Your New Editors!

Shilpi Pathak (WG’17), Editor-In-Chief Shilpi was born and raised in Mumbai, India. Growing up, she enjoyed writing poetry and short stories. Her favorite activity was journaling about the world and its workings. Her passion for writing led her to pursue writing for short films in a small production house in Mumbai. She was also responsible

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The Wharthog Redemption – Wharton Learns the True Meaning of Rugby

By Eoghan Sheehy (WG’16, participant), Ben Peskoe (WG’16 participant), Ben Vinograd (JD/MBA‘18, Rugby President)   To the surprise of none, 50+ members of Wharton Men’s Rugby team found themselves in prison during a spring break trip to Argentina. Only 5 hours after arriving in the country, we were inside the walls of Unidad Penitenciaria N°

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3rd Annual #myWharton Photo Contest

The Wharton Journal is launching the 3rd Annual #myWharton Photo Contest in collaboration with the Wharton Photography Club and the MBA Program. We’re looking for photos that capture the true essence of your experience at Wharton that range the gamut from classroom moments to global travel experiences. Between March 1st and April 1st, 2016 submit your

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MBACM Travels to Hong Kong and Beijing – What We Learned

Whether you’re seeking employment in the U.S. or abroad, MBACM is dedicated to supporting every student’s job search. Every year the MBACM team has travelled to a location to expand our knowledge of the global marketplace, as well as collect and distribute key information about industries and companies to students. In the past, we’ve travelled

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The Best Super Bowl Ads

With prices averaging $5 million for 30-seconds, plenty of national advertisers ponied up for the chance to connect with an audience that brings an otherwise elusive motivation to “engage” with commercials and brands. Given the stakes, most of the ads are the showpiece of much bigger, integrated campaigns. To win the Super Bowl, brands will

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