Regional Night Returns

Barely two weeks after a very successful Americas Regional Night, the Thunderbird community gathered together to experience the sequel, this time traveling (in mind) to the center of the map – Middle East, Europe and Africa. Gary Napadov and Djoudie Etoundi, as hosts for the night, invited Amy Scerra and Wynona Heim to talk briefly […]

Week 10 – TSG Bulletin

Dear T-birds, Have you heard of something called the “Thunderbird Mystique?” I was so moved by the school’s YouTube videos (such as this: And you will too, especially tomorrow night as we celebrate Diwali and Saturday, when over a hundred of us will volunteer for Thundercares and, later, celebrate the Europe, Africa, Middle East […]

Thundercitos Continue Argentine Immersion on Campus

By Tiffany Law ’13 During the summer 2012 term at Thunderbird, a group of students attended the Thunderbird Summer Language Abroad Program in Buenos Aires, Argentina. They would forever be known under a title passed down from each group to the next: The Thundercitos. So began a wonderful adventure in language and culture with the […]

The Beautiful Festival of Lights

By Sneha Balasubramaniam The word “Diwali” is a contraction of “Deepavali”, originating from the Sanskrit word Dīpāvalī which can be translated to “Row of Lights”. Hence the Diwali Festival is also called the “Festival of Lights”. Diwali is the name for the festival in North-India. In South-India the festival is called “Deepavali”. Diwali celebrates the […]

Thunderbird Truly Does… CARE

This past weekend, Thunderbirds ventured far and wide to show just how much we care. Learn what amazing projects were done over seven different projects! Thanks to all who came out to participate. Project Sun Valley Animal Shelter My name is TJ Duff and I had the privilege to lead eleven amazing volunteers for ThunderCares. […]

From the Archives

By Shannon Walker Edward Juliber: the Man for the Moment The School faced its second Presidential transition in 1951 when Dr. Schurz decided to focus exclusively on his teaching responsibilities. In January of 1952 the administration appointed Mr. Edward B. Juliber as the School’s third President.  Prior to his appointment, he had worked extensively for […]

Exceptional experiences of T-birds TREK-ing!

The Thunderbird campus was awfully quiet last week as over 90 T-birds were away on seven different TREKS from the 7-9th November. TREKs are Student Career Field Trips organized by the Career Management Center (CMC) that provide a fantastic opportunity for students to increase their understanding in specific functional areas while networking with top companies […]