Wharton Diaries articles

Being a mom in Wharton

“Can you really have it all?” This is a common trap question for women with an obvious answer of “No”. But do you think the response will change if the same question is posed to men. A thoughtful reply will still be the same. A simple reason being that the definition of “all” is vague.

Expectations v Reality: White Party

EXPECTATION: What were your expectations going into White Party? What did you think it would be like? REALITY: Tell us how it went! Expectation: I had heard really awesome things. Supposed to be one of the best parties of the year Reality: Honestly, I was so drunk, I don’t even know if I liked it.

Meet Your Cluster Presidents

C1 | Sara Leitner WG’18 Cluster Olympic Sport: Flag Football Cluster Vision: Showing our Lion Pride as we build community in the Cluster and throughout Wharton by representing the diversity of backgrounds, cultures and interests our Cluster and class. Hometown/Undergrad/Major/Industry: Darien, CT/Georgetown University/American Studies/Marketing Liquor at Pub? Vodka How Will You Represent Class of 2018? The past

First Take on Wharton

After reciting my terribly-canned “Andrew… New York… PE…” 30-second intro some five-hundred-odd times it’s easy to look back and see that many early interactions were just a slightly more professional version of the awkward middle school dance: everyone is nervous, there are only a few quick words exchanged, there’s a minimum distance apart, very little