Illustration by Brian Ajhar
Concept by the Wharton Folly Committee (Joel Serebransky, WG’85, Matthew Sinacori, WG’03, Ram Rajagopal, WG’02, Steve Margolis, WG’86, and Andy Stack, WG’01)
A slew of letters to the editor about mangoes, retirement, the Final Exam and women at Wharton.
Created by three economics majors in 1949, the long-lost Penn tradition known as “Skimmer Day” was initially conceived as a means of increasing sagging support for the crew team.
After an all-nighter at Huntsman, the teammates never found the answer they needed. They only found lifelong friendships.
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