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Congrats On A Great First Quarter

Q1 is a wrap! On behalf of the Office of Student Life (Alex, Eric, Kristen, Larry, Maryellen, Rolanda, and our newest team member – Meghan Gatti!), congratulations to the Class of 2019 for completing the first leg of your Wharton journey!   What a quarter this has been. The Class of 2018 hit the ground

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Ask Me Anything Panel hosted by Return on Equality and Storytellers

In a world where business school students constantly share stylized versions of their nights at the bar, their Iceland trip, or any version of face-painted school-spirit-on-steroids revelry, we are asking Wharton students to keep sharing. In a world where we affirm our peers’ experiences with “likes” and “loves,” we are asking Wharton students to keep

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TechCrunch Disrupt: Inspired by the Hottest Trends and Startup Pitches

If you have watched HBO’s “Silicon Valley,” you may still remember the amazing moment when the founder of Pied Piper delivered a mind-blowing demo in front of judges, media, investors, and hundreds of participants. This scene was set a TechCrunch Disrupt, a real event where founders take turns pitching their ideas. This year, TechCrunch Disrupt

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We Will All Be Caregivers

From a very early age, I have been a caregiver. I didn’t realize how influential this role has been to my personality, interests, and decisions until I began working on my current startup, www.Yeva.co — a digital space for users to share caregiving advice through their personal stories. I started Yeva because my journey wasn’t unique, and millions of others

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My Journey with Nomgogo

If you ever struggled with having lunch at Huntsman, you probably should have heard about Nomgogo. It’s a social eating startup founded by Chen Feng (WG’18) and a couple of our classmates who had the same struggle before. They started the business on campus at the end of last year, and now you can order

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Run Your Race: Welcome Back from The Wharton Journal

“Winners slow down the least.” That’s the insight Y Combinator founder, Paul Graham, shared when comparing startups to sprinting. He noticed that sprinters attain their highest acceleration out of the blocks and spend the rest of the race slowing down, and he compared it to the productivity curve of a company which follows a similar

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Stretching at Wharton

I don’t have an elephant’s memory. One of the few poems that I could recite was Robert Frost’s The Road Not Taken: “two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference”. I presume that he was probably talking about some sort of his

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