Dartmouth Has Four Valedictorians, and All of Them Will Be Working for Wall Street (and McKinsey)

“A corporate stranglehold” indeed! From The Dartmouth:

Wills Begor ’12, Glynnis Kearney ’12, David Rogg ’12 and Jie Zhong ’12 will receive valedictory honors at this year’s Commencement ceremony for maintaining a perfect grade point average of 4.0.

#1:

After graduating, Begor will work as an investment banker in Morgan Stanley’s mergers and acquisitions division in New York.

#2:
In the fall, Kearney will begin working at McKinsey and Co. in Chicago as a business analyst.
#3:
Next year, Rogg will be working as an analyst for Goldman Sachs’ investment banking division in New York.
#4:

After graduation, Zhong will work for Goldman Sachs’ investment banking division in Asia.

Wow. That…that is impressive.

Well, congratulations, Dartmouth! You all just fulfilled, in amazing form, every stereotype about yourselves. That, by itself, deserves recognition.

8 Responses to “Dartmouth Has Four Valedictorians, and All of Them Will Be Working for Wall Street (and McKinsey)”

  1. CitizenWhy Says:

    Ho hum. Ivies are so predictable.

  2. Reality Czech Says:

    sounds like someone’s mad he’s just a scrub gossip columnist

  3. Slovak Says:

     Sounds like someone’s mad he’s just a wannabe investment banker.

  4. Croat Says:

    uh…touche? do you go to cornell?

  5. Yawn Says:

    Good one dude

  6. J. Trotter Says:

    sounds like someone’s mad he’s just a wannabe ivy leaguer

  7. anon Says:

    Sad.

  8. anon Says:

    More drinking, womanizing good ol’ boys on wall street.

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