Thunderbird Changes Admissions Requirements

An Exposé by Jessica Knutzon, Features Editor, and Marissa Burkett, Staff Writer Students who have been closely watching the new program information on the Thunderbird website noticed a change to the admission requirements for new students. New Master of Global Management (MGM)  students will be required to take the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or […]

Know your TSG Representatives, Part II

By: Alina Buzgar, News Editor Das Tor welcomes the new team of Thunderbird Student Government (TSG) Student Representatives for Spring 2015. Thank you for your commitment to the T-Bird community and thank you for your service. Jayadeep Tanikonda, Representative of Community Outreach & Module Abroad As the module abroad representative, I will be the face […]

Senator Jon Kyl Visits Thunderbird

By: Emma Livingston, Staff Writer T-Birds attending Professor Roy Nelson’s Friday morning Global Political Economy session were treated to a speech by former U.S. Senator Jon Kyl of Arizona, named by Time Magazine in 2012 as one of the top 100 most influential people in the world. Though, as the soft-spoken senator quipped, “There’s a […]

Sunday Night Movies – Discovering New Worlds Under the Stars

By: Emma Livingston, Staff Writer The past three Sunday evenings, the Fish, usually reserved for barbecues and pool parties, has been transformed into an outdoor movie theater. Thunderbird students sit together in the grass under the night sky and let the images on the projector screen transport them to entirely different worlds. We’ve traveled to […]

Common(s) Sustainability

By: Alina Buzgar, News Editor Chartwells has been taking great strides at being a more sustainable business. We sat down with Jesse Guthery, Director of Dining Services, to learn about food waste disposal systems and other initiatives they have implemented. Cafeterias and restaurants are notorious for generating a lot of waste whether it is food […]

Define Your Dream And Act Accordingly

By: Gloria Liu, Staff Writer It takes ambition and persistence to land an internship from General Electric (GE). Every now and then we hear about someone getting a job or internship from our dream company, so we cannot help but thinking that these people must have some great talents that distinguish them from the rest. […]

MENA and ISCC Regional Night, A Big Hit

By: Marissa Burkett, Staff Writer Thunderbird Student Government, Spring 2015, hosted its first Regional Night on February 18.  It explored the food, drink, dance and song of the India Sub Continent Club and Middle East and North Africa Club.  The night featured an array of regional dance from all over India, a fashion show and […]

Know Your TSG Spring 2015

By: Alina Buzgar, Features Editor Das Tor welcomes the fresh team of Thunderbird Student Government (TSG) for Spring 2015. Sabah Hussain, President As TSG President, Sabah is responsible for coordinating student affairs and events. You’ll be able to see me Fridays 1pm-2pm at TSG public meetings in LH 53. I am interested in your opinions […]

What Does ASU Have to Offer? Free Services and Schedule of Upcoming Events

By: Emma Livingston, Staff Writer Now that Thunderbird has joined forces with ASU, T-Bird students have access to a vast network of ASU campuses and events. Getting to ASU is easy thanks to the free car shuttle service, Ruby Ride, that takes students from the Thunderbird campus to ASU West. One of the highlights of […]

“T” for Trees and Thunderbird

By: Thaedra Brondrum, Guest Writer, and Alina Buzgar, News Editor T-Birds get together and partner with administration to respond to the storm that hit our campus and destroyed many trees. On Saturday September 27, 2014, the large micro storm that swept Phoenix, Arizona caused a lot of damage to the landscape of our school. Thunderbird […]