Mark Your Calendar

By Lauren Herber, Co-editor Two weeks ago when I attended this semester’s Club Day, I was thrilled by the clubs that I saw. Old clubs, new clubs, business clubs, culture clubs, sports clubs, you name it—we had them all. Club leaders enthusiastically spouted information about their clubs’ purposes and upcoming events, encouraging everyone to sign […]

Global Connections: TEM Lab Client Visits Thunderbird

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor Thunderbird’s Emerging Market Laboratory (TEM Lab) is not only about providing high quality consulting for emerging market clients during the course of a five week project. It is also about building lasting relationships between Thunderbird and emerging market partners. From January 28th – 30th, Thunderbird hosted a special guest from Kathmandu, […]

What Can The Honor Council Do For You?

By Nash Wills, Staff Writer Ok so here’s the situation: You’re working at Volkswagen and you find out that your department is the one that is leading the charge on creating the “defeat devices” that were recently used in order to cheat vehicle emissions tests with diesel engine modeled cars. You’ve only been working for […]

Business Review Case Competition: T-birds in Seoul

By Makarand Gawade, Staff Writer I joined Thunderbird for the Thunderbird mystique and global mindset. The business frameworks, processes, and models I have learned, the people I have met, and the places I have visited have made my journey at Thunderbird very special. This article is delineating one such experience. First of all, a big […]

Iceland on the Fly (Part One)

By Jake Strickler, Co-editor It was mid-September when Zack, a good friend and a die-hard photographer, and I drove into Reykjavik. We had spent the last ten days exploring Norway, flying first into Oslo, where we met a friend who was living in Spain and had spent the last couple of nights by himself in […]

Pesticides, Get Out of Glendale: The Organic Food Movement

By Lauren Herber, Co-editor Yesterday was the third annual celebration of the Uptown Phoenix Farmers Market. Though I’m not typically much of an organic eater due to financial reasons, I figured I’d check out the festivities since they weren’t far from where I live and I generally don’t say no to midweek pick-me-ups. Upon arrival […]

Genocide of the Kashmiri Pundits

By Chaitra Somasundar, Staff Writer On the 19th of January every year, the genocide of the Kashmiri Pundits is remembered and respects are paid to all those who lost their lives in the massacre. Why did this tragic event happen? The peace-loving Kashmiri Pundits who once dominated the Kashmir valley were forced to convert to Islam […]

TSG Spring ’16

Das Tor welcomes the new team of Thunderbird Student Government (TSG) Student Representatives for Spring 2016. Thank you for your commitment to the T-bird community and thank you for your service. President Andrea Kaloush (MAGAM ’16, US)     Vice President Ellen Alexander (MAGAM ’16, US)     Treasurer Abhishek Munsi (MBA ’16, India),   […]