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  • Wharton San Francisco’s First Class: Living Through History

    Fifteen years ago last fall, as Wharton’s new San Francisco campus launched its Executive MBA program, no one knew the seismic changes that would soon come—to Silicon Valley and to the country—or how this special group would help establish a lasting identity for the school far away from Philadelphia.

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  • Analyzing President Donald Trump’s Policies

    To interpret what we’ve seen so far and anticipate where we may be headed, we asked an expert panel of Wharton professors to examine his policies and do the impossible—predict the future for a nation under Trump.

  • From left: Charles Du ENG 17 W17; de Vaulx; Allyson Ahlstrom W17; G.P. Graziosi C17 W17; Sarah Liu W17.

    Postcards From the South Pole

    Treacherous hikes! Subzero temps! Baby seals! The first undergraduate Wharton Leadership Venture to Antarctica was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.


  • The Business of Craft Beer

    As the craft beer industry booms and “Big Beer” responds, Wharton grads lead the way

  • Small Gestures, Big Change

    Jerrod Hill WG15 takes a “pay it forward” approach to helping young entrepreneurs.

  • Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett

    Doing Well by Doing Good

    The roles of business and of business schools in responding to massive societal challenges cannot be overstated.

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    Breakthroughs in Food, News, and Loos

    From a life-saving app to a food delivery service with nearly a half billion in VC backing, keep an eye on these recent ventures with Wharton roots.

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    Adam Grant’s Must-Read Books

    With the release of his new book, Option B, professor Adam Grant recommends some of his favorite page-turners.

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    Photos: On the Scene

    Reunions, special events, parties—Wharton alumni gather around the globe

  • Last Liftoff
Space shuttle Atlantis embarks on NASA’s concluding flight in 2011.

    The Final Frontier

    New research explores how entrepreneurs cracked the aerospace industry.

  • A Hidden Past The author as a child in the yard of her home in rural Ohio.

    Secret No More

    Stephanie Rodgers WG17 never talked about her very personal struggles. At Wharton, she found her voice.

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