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Wharton’s Rugby Team Goes to Prison

I joined the Wharton Rugby Football Club (“WRFC,” or the “Wharthogs”) knowing full well that every game would make my body hurt. I never expected that rugby would make my heart ache just as badly, but one experience over Spring Break did just that. WRFC spent our break on tour in Argentina. For the final

Sustainable Orthopaedic Care in Tanzania

A team of Wharton first-years from MBA student group Wharton Global Health Volunteers traveled to Tanzania over winter break. Team members included Matthew Gorski, Christy Hong, Lisa Kapp, Michele Rudolph, Erica Swanson, and Eric Walter. We worked on the business plan for a proposed Orthopaedic Centre of Excellence at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) in

From Fonty to Philly

I see the INSEAD – Wharton Alliance as a valuable way of joining strong resources, experiences and networking, allowing MBA students to benefit from a global perspective based on references for business education. Having started my MBA program at either school I knew beforehand I wanted to pursue this opportunity. After spending a quarter in

2018 Diversity & Inclusion Survey Results

Wharton, when it comes to diversity and inclusion, we have some good news. The percentage of students that believe Wharton has visible leadership from students and administration to foster diversity and inclusion has increased from last year!  While this is great, we still have some work to do. This year during our annual diversity and

AAMBAA Black History Month Programming

Wharton,   Join the African-American MBA Association (AAMBAA) for our 2018 Black History Month Celebration, “We are one, our cause is one…” Throughout the month of February, AAMBAA will host engaging and insightful events to showcase African-American history and commemorate the achievements of Blacks in America. Events will include Hip Hop & Jazz Musicology, a

Wharton India Club’s 12-Day Trek

We did warn them. Look left, right, left again and pray before you stick your hand out to stop traffic. And then cross the road. This winter, Tushar Singla (WG ’18) and I had the opportunity to lead Wharton India Club’s largest ever India Trek. Organizing a trip for nearly 70 people across 5 states

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

Looking Back at First Year

What has been your best and worst moments of your first year? Sara Leitner: Best: Working with all my amazing classmates, getting to know them and learning about what they are passionate about! I’m blown away by the excitement and commitment our class has to making things happen.  Worst: Probably the stress of recruiting. It’s

Welcome the New Editors

Name: Emmanuel Chimezie Title: Editor-In-Chief Best & worst moment at Wharton so far: Best: Seeing Clyde open for Yung Joc. Worst: Spending too much time on CS Vision for WJ: The Wharton Journal has a long history and I hope to contribute what I can to a great brand – by increasing readership among current