Invitation from the North American Model United Nations

The North American Model United Nations would like to cordially invite students from Thunderbird School of Global Management to participate in the 27th annual conference held from the 21st to the 24th of February, 2012 at the University of Toronto. Similar to previous years, NAMUN XXVII will have a General Assembly, Special Committees, and a […]

T-bird becomes youngest from U.S. to visit every country

Global explorer Lee Abbamonte ’10 did not start off to break any records. He just likes traveling and meeting new people. But on Aug. 28, 2011, he entered Libya to become the youngest U.S. citizen to visit every country in the world. Abbamonte completed the feat in 32 years, 364 days — then remained overnight […]

Students celebrate Moon Festival

Students in the China, Taiwan and Japan Clubs shared their Moon Festival traditions with their classmates Sept. 14, 2011, at the Fish. “The Moon Festival is all about reunion,” said China Club President Fengqi Zhang. “And this is the second week of the fall trimester, with new students coming in and existing students returning. So […]

Chinese enrollment spikes

Incoming students arrived from 40 countries in fall 2011, with the biggest gains coming from China. Overall, Thunderbird welcomed 36 Chinese students in its various degree programs, a 64 percent increase from fall 2010. When combined with returning students, Thunderbird has 63 Chinese students — a 54 percent increase from fall 2010. “I made friends […]