Merger Mania: November 2015 Town Hall Report

By Jessica Knutzon, Co-editor The November 6 student town hall, hosted by Jay Thorne, Executive Director of Communications, addressed several student questions and concerns. Other staff members at the meeting included: Chelsea Oyen, Executive Director at the Office of the CEO & Director General; Joseph Carter, Associate Director General; and James Scott, Associate Vice President of Academic […]

Get Out of Glendale: Phoenix Farmers’ Markets

By Lauren Herber, Staff Writer Farmers’ markets are a trend that has been growing in popularity around the country. Within the past couple of years, curiosity about what goes into the foods that we consume (and the often terrifying answers) has grown, leading to an increased awareness about the chemicals and hormones that we’ve been […]

Global Cuisine: Glendale Sushi Edition

By Jessica Knutzon, Co-editor Warning: Moderate to severe sarcasm included I have never lived in a land-locked state, so getting access to fresh seafood was never an issue for me. Before moving to Arizona, while it is odd and definitely unimportant, I was really concerned I was not going to find good sushi in Glendale. […]

Regional Night Under the Stars

By Nash Wills, Staff Writer In what initially began as an uphill battle, this past Saturday’s Regional Night proved to be a success, drawing large numbers of T-birds and demonstrating that intangible we all like to refer to as the Thunderbird Mystique, which differentiates us from other graduate level business schools. With the Thunderbird Event […]

T-Birds in Seattle for Net Impact Conference

By Jake Strickler, Staff Writer On November 5th, roughly 2,500 individuals came together at Seattle’s Washington State Convention Center for the fifteenth annual Net Impact Conference. The next few days were spent in discussion of some of the most important issues of our time, as well as of the hurdles and obstacles that mankind is […]

Diwali – The Festival of Lights

By Chaitra Somasundar, Staff Writer Diwali, also known as Deepawali, derives from the word diya/deepa, which means lamp. Diwali is a festival of lights that celebrates the victory of good over evil and light over darkness. It is celebrated on the New Moon’s night of the month of Karthik (according to the Hindu calendar). In the […]