Common Cents helps students focus on an oft-overlooked aspect of finances—their own.
Choosing where and how best to spend their time is one of the best skills a Wharton MBA student can learn when they arrive on campus.
An international Wharton undergraduate student realizes that there is no stereotype that a Wharton student has to conform to. That’s why he feels at home on campus.
A team of Wharton freshmen learn the science and art of consulting while serving Penn’s Institute of Contemporary Art.
A Wharton sophomore dug into qualitative data as a research assistant for Prof. Cassie Mogilner. She couldn’t have asked for a better learning experience.
Social impact, not unlike climate change, is becoming a “risk management filter” for nearly everything every company does.
Marketers have tried to figure out digital since the banner ad was invented, yet the pace of innovation in platforms and techniques might be too much to handle.
A Wharton sophomore returns from the Penn Tech Trek with key takeaways valuable to students and entrepreneurs and investors alike.
Jonathan Zabusky got a call asking him to become a Fortune 500 executive. A spin-off and a major merger later, he's now a leader in the mobile food business.
Wharton MBA students gain more than the tourist experience during a visit to the World Trade Center development site.
An alumnus recalls coming to Wharton with the goal of becoming an accountant, only to leave wanting to be a doctor.
At Wharton, students learn the importance of working in teams from day one. This undergrad didn’t realize how special it is until she studied in Australia.
A student travels 10,000 miles to realize the value of her undergraduate education.
One Wharton program not only assists worthy recipients financially, it affords students the freedom to pursue their professional passions, on campus and beyond.
We stopped by 2401 Walnut St. on March 31 to capture Cluster 3's final supper of the school year, as well as some of the quieter moments in the new Wharton MBA Student Life space.