Mark Your Calendar

By Lauren Herber, Co-Editor

Welcome back from spring break, everyone! I hope you’re feeling refreshed, because it’s time to dive back into the semester. Get your calendars out to update them so you don’t miss these upcoming events!

Thursday, March 17

Come out to the Fish to celebrate International Women’s Day TONIGHT! The actual holiday (March 8) was during spring break, so the Women’s International Business Club decided to wait to celebrate until everyone got back. Head out to the Fish at 6:30 for pizza, networking, fun trivia (with a prize), and more!

Friday, March 18

Come to the Thunderbird rugby field to hang out with your favorite T-birds while getting to know W.P. Carey students at the Thunderbird vs. W.P. Carey Olympics! Join us for both sporting and non-sporting events, or just come to watch, make new connections, and support your classmates! Events begin at 1 PM; Pub to follow. Don’t forget to wear blue!

Saturday, March 19

It’s time for the most colorful festival of the year! Thunderbird ISCC is celebrating Holi this Saturday at 4 PM on the Thunderbird rugby field. If you’ve never celebrated Holi before, you don’t want to miss this fun festival full of color and happiness.

Wednesday, March 23

Join the Women’s International Business Club at the Chapel at 11 AM for self-defense class! Tbird Alex Marino comes every week to teach Tbird women how to fend off an attacker and increase their awareness. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain potentially life-saving skills and information!

After self-defense class, head over to Snell 1 at 2:15 PM for internal reflection and tranquility. Join the Thunderbird Meditation and Wellness Club for a chance to meditate, refocus, and recenter yourself as you prepare to finish out the week. This semester is stressful; give yourself a chance to take a step back and make sure your daily actions align with your long-term goals.

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