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Love Stories at Wharton – A Pleasant Surprise!

Love Stories at Wharton – A Pleasant Surprise!

“Long distance relationships are difficult to survive”, I always told myself and the easy way out was to become “friends” with your partner. Well, after arriving at Wharton it was clear that my assumption was wrong. Wharton was a pleasant surprise for me because I witnessed the genuine effort people were putting into their relationships

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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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Moving Forward from Volume 60, Number 21

Speaking Volumes When newspapers put out an edition, two numbers are kept alongside the date of publication for historic timekeeping. The first, volume, signifies how many years the publication has been in print. The second, number, indicates how many issues that specific volume published. Well, for the past year The Wharton Journal has been printed

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Here’s What You Missed at the Dance Studio 2016

The Wharton Journal looks back at Dance Studio’s Spring Show 2016 through Photography Club’s lenses. On Wednesday, 350+ Wharton Students and partners performed to a sold out Annenberg in an amazing display of costumes, colors and choreographies. Hip Hop with Kathy Hou Contemporary/Ballet with Julianne McGee Bachata/Salsa with Brian Vo & Lali Merino Bollywood Fusion

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Global Consulting Practicum (GCP): Much More than ‘A Lot of Work”

During Preterm’s slew of program introductions, one opportunity in particular stood out—the Global Consulting Practicum (GCP). In an attempt to learn more, I asked second years about GCPs, and their advice generally boiled down to “I heard it’s a lot of work.” Yet I found that GCPs are much more than “a lot of work”.

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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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Of Dance, Zumba, and Life!

The timing couldn’t be better as we have Dance Studio coming up soon and I am writing this after the practice session for one dance and costume fitting for another. From as long as I can remember dance has been an integral part of my life. Since the age of 6, most Saturday mornings were

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ROE: Why We’re Here

  “I interviewed an exceptional candidate who was openly gay. My colleague responded, ‘He’s not the type of athlete we’re looking for.’” “At my investment bank, colleagues questioned a Sikh candidate’s background. A coworker said, ‘We need to be careful about our image in front of clients.’ He didn’t get an interview.” “I grabbed a

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