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  • 1st Year

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    Posted to Weblog by John Pettengil WG14 on 04-29-2013
  • 1-1-1

    The Wharton School's 1-1-1 initiative is a new program that will encourage Wharton MBAs to pledge 1% of their future earnings to help address the abject poverty of 1 billion people who live on less than $1 a day. This program is in the process of selecting the executive committee of students from...
    Posted to Weblog by Tami Zakaria, CFA, WG14 on 04-24-2013
  • Turducken, Turducken, and more Turducken, please

    This semester Wharton introduced me to world-renowned professors, engaging classmates, and oodles of leadership opportunities. However, I’m most smitten with my latest Wharton discovery: Turducken! Turducken is Kim Wong’s genius invention. It’s a turkey stuffed with duck stuffed with...
    Posted to Weblog by Kate Epstein on 11-22-2012
  • Chicken or Duck?

    Business school can be really overwhelming, especially with recruiting season just around the corner. However, one thing you should remember when you're at b-school is that everyone else is doing pretty much the same stuff that you're doing. There are two types of people at Wharton - chickens...
    Posted to Weblog by Esther Sun Jang WG14 on 10-20-2012
  • The Post I Wrote to Avoid Homework

    School is finally falling into some kind of routine. Every day is packed full of career discussions, classes, club meetings and homework. We’ve had a number of large assignments due in the past couple of weeks; a stats project using JMP, a healthcare case concerning Wyeth, accounting and stats...
    Posted to Weblog by John Pettengil WG14 on 10-08-2012
  • Learning at best

    There are many ways to learn. Back in middle school, following my mother’s advice, I discovered writing was the most effective way for me to learn a subject. Over years, I concentrated on this and definitely benefited academically. With abundance of information and experiences surrounding me, I...
    Posted to Weblog by Seckin Ozdamar WG14 on 10-02-2012
  • Rehoboth

    Last week I joined Out4Biz, Wharton’s LGBT student group, in a retreat at Rehoboth Beach. We left midday Friday, a lot of us dragging our significant others along for the weekend. Will and I were together for a little over 4 years in New York City, but ever since I moved to Philadelphia we suddenly...
    Posted to Weblog by John Pettengil WG14 on 09-16-2012
  • Whiskey, Cigars, Frisbee, and Francophilia: Extracurriculars at Wharton

    Social, academic, extracurricular - Wharton's trifecta equivalent of the legislative, judicial, and executive. Three puzzle pieces which snugly consummate all the time I spend here at Wharton not sleeping, which is a lot of time. Swamped and exhausted is he at Wharton who attempts to maximize his...
    Posted to Weblog by Eduardo Mestre WG13 on 09-23-2011
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