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Looking Back at First Year

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

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That’s a wrap!

This is it. We are one month away from graduation. 2 years have flown by very fast. Between travels, parties, small group dinners and oh yes, classes, it is easy to lose track. Track of what? Track of why we chose to do a MBA in the first place. We come in with specific and

Are Wharton Students Wasteful?

Wharton Student Sustainability Advisory Board uncovers the truth           In 2016, Wharton brought in Niche Recycling to conduct a waste audit on Wharton, including Huntsman, Steinberg-Dietrich, and Joe’s Café, as they have done in years past. The school wanted to have a better understanding of waste in order to improve recycling programs and waste

A Year After Q1 Salute

Q1 Salute It’s been a year since end of first year Q1. Last year this time, I remember a bunch of us walking on the bridge over Schuylkill River at the end of MGEC exam, to celebrate Q1 salute at Pub. The happy vibe moved from Huntsman to Armory that evening as all of first

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Everyone Fails at Wharton

I have failed countless times at Wharton. I didn’t get on a venture last year, let my learning team down in marketing on more than one instance, and had to practice about 60 cases before I was even close to “on par” with my classmates interviewing for consulting. But I believe that my biggest and

How Does Wharton Really Feel

Busy!!! There’s always something to do, someone to meet, or somewhere to be. The highlight has been the outpouring support I received after giving my speech for Cluster President and losing the election. So many of my fellow Tigers said such complementary things to me, I thought if this is the support I get when

Wharton, Are you Innocent?

Diversity is one of the most beautiful virtues of MBA, but has always been a “hot potato” within the community. As the editors of the Wharton Journal, we feel that it is our role to start and intensify the conversation that may seem quite sensitive but too much significant to ignore. We believe that diversity

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