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Behind the Scene of Death

Death by Woody Allen, the much awaited annual spring play by Wharton Theater Troupe will be on stage Wednedsay April 19th. Beyond comic suspense and humor of this dark comedy, we would like to offer a sneak peak of the Death squad behind the curtain. Why did you decide to do the play? Jason Dresner

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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

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Why I Left Wharton

Duong (left corner) on the Southeast Asia GIP trip 2016, where she was student coordinator Let’s start by answering the question posed by the article title: I left Wharton because of financial reasons. One less year of Wharton tuition and costs helped reduce the psychological pressures of debt, which in turned opened for me the

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Class Gift 2017 – Pay It Forward!

Hello WG17! By now, you’ve hopefully seen the posters around campus asking you to donate to the 2017 Class Gift. If, like me, you’ve loved your time here at Wharton, then I would strongly encourage you to donate to The Wharton Fund through this year’s Class Gift.  What is The Wharton Fund? The Wharton Fund

The Women’s March

“A lady should be seen and not heard” is the noise I hear growing up Barricaded in a society where women’s views are secondary. For the ideal virtuous woman assents to what is being expected of her No queries or reservations – just total submission   And so she waits to speak, solely observing Digesting

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Where is home?

Pic: Me and my mom when she was visiting US in 2013. I remember vividly the day I left Iran in 2007. I remember the mixed emotions that struck me when the plane took off — the excitement of beginning a new graduate program, and the uncertainty of not knowing what awaited me 6,200 miles

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