State of the School – Town Hall 9/28

This past week, Ambassador Barbara Barrett held the Tri’s first  Town Hall meeting regarding the current state of the school. Thunderbird is currently seeing MBA enrollments on the decline that has been extending financial pressures on our school. Ambassador Barrett expressed to the students that Thunderbird is rising to meet these growing challenges. “Now, is […]

Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice pays a visit

By Jennifer Patton Barbara Barrett gave the introduction and spoke about the first time she got to know Justice O’Connor, which was as her intern. Ambassador Barrett was in the first group of interns when Justice O’Connor was in the Arizona State Senate (she was the first woman to serve as the State Senate Majority […]

Photo Boom, the man behind the cause

You all must have noticed by now the Photo Boom explosion on the gameroom wall at the Pub. This started as a marketing tool by Shutter Club to mark its presence this tri and to share its passion with the Thunderbird community. Most of the back wall is now filled with just the pictures taken by one man, Nishit […]

Global Sounds in the Building

Global Sounds, our very own Thunderbird band is playing live this coming Pub Nite, Thursday 4th October, 9:30 onwards. Time to bring back some Blues, Rap & Good ol’ Classick Rock. This Thursday the members playing are: Connor Clark- Rapper, Ukele and Drummer Matthew Earley- Vocalist, Rhythm Guitarist, Harmoniza Travis Richardson- Vocalist, Rhythm Guitarist, Harm Katy Spada- […]

Okonomiyaki and Sake

By Japan Club (Kayoko Omari, Leo Chen, Ryota Alafuka and Daisuke Tajima) Thank you, everyone, for coming to the OKONOMIYAKI Party. We are glad that a lot of people liked Japanese traditional foods and drinks. The origin of OKONOMIYAKI (Japanese pancake) is approximately 400 years ago, associated with west area of Japan. Nowadays it is very […]

Week 4- TSG Bulletin

Dear T-birds, Due to popular demand from the student body, the TSG president’s weekly bulletins will now be emailed to students under the title: “Madi’s Mailers” on Thursday nights. They will still be available on Das Tor, if you happen to delete the email. Madi’s Mailers will provide a weekly update on what’s happened, happening, […]

Songkran: The Traditional Thai Water Festival

Thai Water Festival is a traditional festival that celebrates the Thai New Year, which is April 13-15. The real name of the festival is “Songkran.” The Thunderbird Thai Smile Club organized the water festival at the Fish on Friday, leaving students from different Tris fighting it out with water. Participants needed only a matter of […]

The Case of the Missing Trash Cans

By Onyeka Azike, MS ’12 You just finished eating that bag of chips you smuggled into the library. Where is the trash can to dispose of the evidence? It is nowhere to be found or it requires you to stand up and walk a ridiculous five feet to the nearest trash can. Trash cans used […]

Scholarship opportunity with the Phoenix Chapter

The Phoenix Chapter will be holding their First Tuesday event on October 2 beginning at 5:30 and the location is 9832 N 7th Street in Phoenix. The chapter sponsor a student in need of financial support every Tri and applicants must attend a First Tuesday or a local event allowing them to personally meet these […]

Europe: Crisis, Uncertainty… Opportunity!

This week, the EBCC brings to you: A session with Dr. Robert D. Hisrich, the Garvin Professor of Global Entrepreneurship and Director of the Walker Center for Global Entrepreneurship at Thunderbird. As T-birds we believe that with crisis and uncertainty comes tremendous opportunity. Please join Professor Hisrich and Thunderbird EBCC as we discuss the current state […]