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 this is the best time to say, ‘Welcome back to the big Thunderbird family.'”
First-year student Simon Roca describes his new business Kogo, which helps the environment and small-scale farmers in Panama by upcycling coffee cherries into a delicious new superfood product.