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Introducing #MyWife to #MyWharton

Introducing #MyWife to #MyWharton

I came to Wharton a week after my honeymoon – without my wife, Baasma Parvi, who has been my support system for the last six years. Of those six years, five were spent in a long distance relationship with both of us in different cities. Neither of us was thrilled about spending one more year

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Sugar Mama

Congratulations! Your partner has been accepted to Wharton.  I remember the day my husband, Kyle Brengel WG17, got the call that he was being offered admission into the Wharton Class of 2017.  As a stay-at-home mom at that point, I knew the prospect of him leaving the military to pursue an MBA would significantly alter

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Success and Failure and Dating

Dating at Wharton isn’t something people talk about much—some generalized statements here and there lamenting the dearth of 1Y relationships, and that’s about it. But it’s a process to which many of us are familiar with personally—to varying degrees of success. So I’d like to compare it to something else we all know well—the process

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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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