How to Stay Current on Technology

By Aaron W. Rockwell, Staff Writer The amount of paying attention one is obligated to do is directly correlated to how close to the front of class one sits. I’ve chosen to set up camp right in the front row, a day dream and technology void zone. This is a tough position for me because computer nerdom is […]

Eid Mubarak! T-birds Celebrate Eid al-Adha

By Lauren Herber, Editor-in-Chief Eid Mubarak, T-birds! This past Monday was Eid al-Adha, one of the holiest Muslim holidays of the year. Eid al-Adha, or the Festival of the Sacrifice, occurs at the end of hajj, the annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia, a journey that the Koran recommends all able-bodied Muslims make […]

What We Celebrate on Labor Day

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By Chris Barton, Staff Writer What are we celebrating on Labor Day? Unsurprisingly, the answer is labor – but not as in physical work. Labor Day celebrates the American Labor Movement and hearkens back to a time in American history when workers were pitted against their employers in an often violent battle for better wages […]

Following Your Instincts on the Job Hunt: A Success Story

By Nash Wills, Co-Editor For all of you romantics out there who are searching for that dream job, I’ve got an inspirational story for you. It’s about someone who many of you probably know. A good friend of mine, and an alumnus of this school, named Drew Himmelreich. During early March of last school year, […]

Campus Tour and Information Session for Prospective Students

By Laura Aviles, Staff Writer On Saturday, September 10th, Thunderbird had the first information session of the year for prospective students and guests. The purpose was to allow prospective and/or admitted students to check out the historical campus and to resolve any inquiries that they may have in order to apply to the Master’s programs. The […]

U.S. Forever: A Note for Our Next President

By Julio Espinoza, Staff Writer September 11, 2001 will always be a sad day in human history. This is the day when America was hit by extremism in our most cherished symbols of freedom: the Pentagon, which represents our military that defends and promotes our national interest, and the World Trade Center in New York, […]

Curious About Cuba?

By Jake Strickler, Editor-in-Chief Here’s a quick one. With relations between Cuba and America normalizing, and the island nation in the early stages of a dramatic economic transition, it is quickly becoming one of the most exciting emerging markets in the world. Exec Ed student David Roman recently took a trip to Havana and came […]

Against ‘Business Formal’

By Chris Barton, Staff Writer Business formal: the seemingly ubiquitous uniform of the professional world. As attendees of a business school, there is an assumption that we Tbirds can and will don the necessary attire to look the part. But what part are we looking, and is it really in our best interest? There is […]

The Global Chamber’s Grow Globally Fair

By Lauren Herber, Editor-in-Chief T-birds, there is an exciting networking opportunity coming up that you don’t want to miss! It’s the Grow Globally Fair, which is taking place next week on September 20 from 3-5 PM at Skysong. The Grow Globally Fair is the only annual event that features all the global resources in Phoenix […]

Networking: Moving Beyond the Usual Suspects

By Janhavi Hunnur, Staff Writer When the Hungarian writer Frigyes Karinthy proposed the ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ in 1929– the theory that any one on the planet can be connected with another through a chain of intermediaries of not more than 5, little did he know that the theory would be one of the reasons why […]