After losing touch with his classmates, an emeritus alumnus rediscovers the magic of his fellow Whartonites and their impact on the world.
Struggling to balance professional expectations and personal passions, foodie Arva Ahmed W05 WG06 found success — and unexpected support — in carving her own unique path.
The pandemic’s seismic effects and the devastation of war have given new meaning to one alumna’s efforts to connect Ukrainians with U.S. volunteers for English-speaking practice.
Shaun Eli Breidbart W83 reflects on his decision to ditch banking for a career in comedy — and why he’s never looked back.
After sharing her deeply personal story in the New York Times and receiving some hateful feedback, Kat O’Brien G11 WG11 wrestles with the value and venom of Twitter.
An initiative led by Ahmad Thomas WG18 to boost diversity within Silicon Valley is another step in a journey that began with his father nearly 65 years ago.
Jeffrey Schoenfeld WG84 reflects on his path from enduring Wall Street’s closeted culture in the ’80s to founding Wharton's first LGBTQ fellowship.
For Aman Bhullar WG14 and his Executive MBA classmates, the decision to form an investment club was a no-brainer.
For alumnus David Barudin W69, taking time away from his career and the daily grind has proven invaluable at two of life's major crossroads.
Kali Bhandari WG18 on why she and Autumn Huiatt WG18 have created a business around writing fresh takes on famous fairy tales.
Without an agent or splashy SportsCenter highlights, NFL hopeful Greg Van Roten W12 went undrafted. Instead of giving up, he went to work.
Jennifer Paradis Behle WG11 reports on a life-changing trip to Jordan and the social impact opportunities that could transform lives.
Hettie Simmons Love WG47 blazed a trail for generations of minority students who would follow in her footsteps.
Vivian Nabeta WG08 turned tragedy into a mission to bring health care and hope to children in Uganda.