It’s Global Gala Time!

By Govind Menon It’s that time of the year again! Another trimester ends, a set of students graduate while the other move into their last few weeks at Thunderbird. However, with the end of a trimester, comes the biggest party of the trimester! It is a time to celebrate, remember, and look toward the future. For […]

Class Registration Experiences

By this time in our Thunderbird student life, each of us has experienced the course registration process at least once. While it may have been confusing at first, we have figured things out and in the process, discovered obstacles along the way. Here are some of the dilemmas that you and your peers have faced: […]

“Class” of Consultants Compete!

Last Thursday saw some classy consultants competing against each other in a case competition conducted by the TMCA. 5 teams competed against each other to be the winner at the Clash of Consultants Fall 2013 edition. Applications were invited and evaluated, following which 5 teams were selected to actually compete in this contest. One week […]

Former First Lady of Ghana comes to Thunderbird

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Her excellency, Dr. Mrs. Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings, former First Lady of the Republic of Ghana and an activist was here at Thunderbird on 19th of November 2013 to present on the topic, “Development, Politics and National Government: The Impact on African Women”. Besides being vice-chairperson of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), a political party, she […]

Thunder-ficiency

I should have known before I got here.  Flights booked to travel with Thunderbird down to Argentina.  A stopover built in to visit Lima and Cusco right before Foundations.  Then I get an e-mail with different dates than what were told to me, four days earlier.  A few hundred dollars in flight change fees and […]

And your Spring 2014 TSG leadership is…

Last week saw the Thunderbird students making one of the important choices they’ve made this trimester. No, it wasn’t what classes to take next semester, or which GOGOS party to go to or where to spend their winter break – it was to choose the voices that would represent them and their concerns to the […]

Become a Leadapreneur

By Jessica Macias My name is Jessica Macias and I graduated from Thunderbird in May 2013. I’ve always pursued the entrepreneurial path, and after my MBA graduation, my path did not differ. I went on to expand my London-based business, Adepicos Ltd., to South East Asia with my partner. Adepicos is a leadership transformation consultancy […]

Help Thunderbird win $10,000!

WHAT: Thunderbird is participating in the Johnson & Johnson’s Be Vital Challenge 2013. This challenge is for a registered student organization with activities that helps improve the health, well-being, or prosperity of the local or global community. The student organization has to submit a 2-min video that describes its efforts and impact in making the world […]

Know Your Campus and Win! – Contest #9

Congratulations to Contest #8’s winner, Shaival Choksi! He won a $15 Wal-Mart gift card by being the first to email the most accurate answer. The correct response was: The pic is from outside the TEC below the plane monument. THIS WEEK’S PHOTO: Look at the picture, figure out what it is and where it is located. Email your responses to sneha.gayatri@global.t-bird.edu. […]

Cookie for a country

On November 8, Typhoon Haiyan struck the six Philippine islands, leaving destruction and desolation in its wake. It left many without access to food and medical care and has thus far displaced about 3 million people. The affected people and areas in the Philippines will take a while to heal and rebuild. Naturally, the Thunderbird students, […]