TEM Lab: Finding Myanmar

By Darren Watkins, Guest Writer While preparing for our 2015 Myanmar TEM Lab experience, my teammates and I received the same question each time someone asked us about our summer plans. “Myanmar? Where is that?” Rare was the person, even at Thunderbird, who quipped “Oh, Myanmar. I thought we still called it Burma?” or “Ah […]

Camping USA

By Emma Livingston, Staff Writer Summer is winding down everywhere in America (except, of course, in our beloved Phoenix). Americans are desperately trying to pack in one more camping trip before the darkness and cold of winter descends upon us. One of the biggest camping weekends of the year is Labor Day weekend, the first […]

TEM Lab: Discover the Magic of Colombia

By Caroline Hafele, Jessica Knutzon, Ana Carillo, and Alina Buzgar In Colombia, the TEM Lab team has been working in Bogotá with CampoReal and Fruandes, two medium-size businesses that are part of Emprende País. Emprende País is an enterprise accelerator program run by Fundación Bolívar Davivienda. The foundation is managed by Thunderbird alum, Fernando Cortes (MBA […]

Glenwood Springs, Colorado

By Emma Livingston, Staff Writer Glenwood Springs, Colorado is finally coming into its own. Long overshadowed by Aspen, home of multimillion-dollar mansions where the rich and famous come to play just one hour to the south, Glenwood Springs is becoming a tourist destination in its own right. That’s just fine, according to Greg Greer, an […]

TBird at Boston Consulting Group

by Fiona Teerlink, Guest Writer I started my education at Thunderbird in August 2013 as an MS in Global Management student. Now, I am about to start my fifth trimester – the final trimester before I graduate from the MBA program. During my time at Thunderbird, I was fortunate enough to participate in a TEM […]

French Motorcycle Diaries

By David J. Roman, Guest Writer Gorges, Grasse, and Tapenade As if from a great distance, I heard the high-pitched tones of the call to action. Dismissing the alarm, I unzipped the tent and looked around. The campground was still, though my mind heard echoes of the fireside festivities that peppered the grounds the night […]

Batch of T-birds: Fall 2015

By Sindhuja Kodivalasa, Staff Writer All summer the campus has been very quiet with few students still on campus. But the morning of August 12th it looked alive again, with the parking lots occupied and all the activities renewing at a full scale. The incoming batch of 2015, started their orientation on this day. They […]

Summer Interns

By Alina Buzgar, Editor-in-Chief Congratulations to our fellow students who are currently spending their summer interning with companies around the world. Here are a few of them! You can find their stories posted on the CMC Facebook page as well. Look out for more articles about their stories right here at DasTor. Chandra Mouli Koduri […]