ThunderCares: T-birds Volunteer

By Chaitra Somasundar, Staff Writer Over the past few weekends, T-Birds were occupied giving back to the community as a part of ThunderCares. ThunderCares is an initiative that encourages T-Birds to participate in community service activities in the greater Phoenix area. I spoke to Walter M. Arias (MA Candidate ’17, US), who organized the event, […]

Running Toward Zero: First Lady of Kenya Speaks at Thunderbird

By Guest Writer, Faduma-Dhool Mohamed (MAGAM ’17, Kenya) Her Excellency Margaret Kenyatta, the First Lady of the Republic of Kenya, has captured the hearts of Kenyans, the rest of the world, and now those of the students at Thunderbird School of Global Management. She is not only a mother to three children of her own, […]

TEM Lab Romania: New Markets for Megatitan

Compiled By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor Since 2010, Thunderbird Emerging Markets Laboratory (TEM Lab) has sent teams of student consultants all across the globe to get first-hand experience working in emerging markets and to deliver value to a wide variety of client systems, including governments, private companies, nonprofit organizations, and universities. This spring, there is one […]

2016 Master Class Series

By Alex Marino, Staff Writer Why did you choose Thunderbird? This is a question every Thunderbird student is all too familiar with. The second you step on campus for foundations week you’ll be asked this question by current students, CMC faculty, professors, and alumni repeatedly to test your understanding of the unique culture you decided […]

Celebrating Women: International Women’s Day

By Lauren Herber, Co-Editor Last Thursday, Thunderbird’s Women’s International Business Club (WIBC) hosted an event at the Fish to celebrate International Women’s Day. The holiday, which is celebrated on March 8, is a day dedicated to respecting women and acknowledging all of their accomplishments. The WIBC wanted to host an event that both celebrated women’s […]

W. P. Carey Comes to Thunderbird Campus

By Alina Buzgar, Editor-in-Chief Between group meetings, papers, readings, and looming deadlines, more than 40 W. P. Carey students and T-birds took a bit of time off to play sports together on the Thundebird Rugby field on the sunny afternoon of March 18. While there were several sporadic opportunities for our students to meet and […]

Checking in with the Underbirds

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor On ASU’s West Campus, a group of 22 young students is honing its global mindset a little sooner than most of us. They are pursuing their Bachelor of Global Management degree as part Thunderbird’s first undergraduate cohort. Das Tor first covered this cohort in the fall, when Editor-in-Chief Alina Buzgar profiled four students […]

The Masters Golf Tournament

By Nash Wills, Staff Writer Washington Road is really just one long road with different names at different points. You can take it west until it turns into the 104, go out towards Clark’s Hill and cross the lake where you’ll eventually hit the Hardee’s—Carl’s Jr. here—in Lincolnton and turn left on your way to […]

Mark Your Calendar

By Lauren Herber, Co-Editor Get your calendar out–lots of exciting events to look forward to this week! Friday, March 25 Head out to the Fish on Friday at 3 PM for a pool party, soccer tournament, and carne asada, prepared by our very own Tomás Thomas! The Latin America Business and Culture Club and the […]

Success and Growth: TIAA 2015 Year in Review

By TIAA and Das Tor Staff At the beginning of 2015, none of us knew what would happen with the ASU merger, but we were certain TIAA would be here for the long run.  Throughout the year, we had folks ask if we were disbanding now that the school had a new home.  Would TIAA […]