The Faces of Das Tor

Change is NOT a process for the impatient. Because, at Das Tor, we have the courage to change and the patience to grow. You’re reading this article on the latest site of Das Tor,, and boy are we proud to have our OWN domain name! No longer is Das Tor entrenched in the depths […]

The China Bulletin

By Patrick Mah As I write this in one of our favourite restaurants, the smells of piquant spices are making me hungry. China is not only mouth-watering, it’s amazing. For many of us, landing in Beijing was like landing in a fairy tale. As we looked out the window, the plane cut through the clouds, […]

Here Comes The Crazy Summer!

By Kelly Swanson For the On-Demand classes that means summer vacation for kids and families, and it’s nice outside for everyone else while you’re inside. How do you juggle that demand at home and while your in college? It’s really hard, but not impossible.  Make sure you’re prepared for everything, and don’t settle for less […]

Toastmasters Charity Dinner

By Erin Morioka On Friday April 26th the Thunderbird Toastmasters Club will host its annual charity dinner in the Thunderbird Event Center (TEC) with proceeds benefiting Solar Sister.  The theme of the dinner is Sustainopreneurship (Sustainable Entrepreneurship).  Speakers will include Mr. Jay Rogers Jr., CEO and Co-founder of Local-Motors and Dr. Anatoli Korkin, Associate Research […]

The Prague Chronicles #2

What better way to end the 4th week in Prague than with a class trip! Prof. Rankine organized a trip to Cesky Krumlov, a beautiful castle area around 3 hours away from Prague. The word “Český” simply means Czech, or Bohemian. This castle is the second largest in Czech Republic after the Hradčany castle complex of Prague. […]

The Weekly Substandard: Birth Control Done Wrong

Jill: All right Jack, I found us a rather serious topic this week: pregnancy and birth control. Canadian drug manufacturer Apotex has issued a recall over a batch of 50,000 generic birth control pills that may contain two weeks of the sugar placebo pills, instead of the normal one-week supply of placebos. Apotex has contacted […]

A Warm Welcome–!

Welcome to the new Das Tor! I hope that all of you are as excited as we are to get exploring this brand new site of our Thunderbird School newspaper. I can assure you that this student newspaper is jam packed full of information from all aspects of our campus life as well as input […]

Week 11 – TSG Bulletin

Hello fellow T-birds, We hope your week is going well! The trimester has zipped past, and we’re approaching the final three weeks of Spring ’13. During this past 9 weeks, you have brought to us 70 questions through our table at the Commons. From course packs and faculty feedback forms to why not a Ms. […]

Ethics Corner

By Rahul Garg Dear T-birds, Welcome to the Ethics Corner sponsored by the Thunderbird Honor Council. In an effort to better educate our student body on ethical business practices, we will present to you an article, news link, or story from our own students that helps to showcase what is going on in the business […]

From the Desk of the Former President…

By Amir Emadi I need your help. Yes, it’s another survey, but please read below as to why. Jim Harnden, Thunderbird’s very customer-oriented CIO, and the rest of the IT team are willing and able to help resolve any IT issues we may have, but the best way to gauge these needs is through your […]