Net Impact: Path to Purpose

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By Mackenzie Pedersen, Staff Writer If you’re ever looking to be incredibly inspired about environmental and business sustainability opportunities, attend a Net Impact Conference! I had the opportunity to experience this inspiration. During the two-and-a-half-day conference, a variety of events were hosted, including an opening reception at The World of Coca-Cola, keynote speakers, a career […]

What I Learned at the National Association of Women MBA Conference

At the National Association of Women MBA (NAWMBA) conference during October 19-21, women leaders from various industries and businesses gathered in one room to share best practices, industry trends, and stories of personal development and career exploration. I met Dianna Klein, who shared her prediction of the role of drones in business; Davina Linguist from […]

The 60% “A” Grading Policy

By Bryce Bower, Staff Writer The beginning of the fall semester this year brought with it a new grading policy at Thunderbird.  I am writing this article because I want to shed more light on the issue and break it down for those who may be interested in it. I have interviewed students, professors, and […]

5 Reasons Why I am Glad I Chose Thunderbird

By Bethany-Angel Chijindu, Staff Writer Graduation is around the corner, and so ends my time at Thunderbird. It seems like it was only yesterday when I moved to campus full of trepidation yet excitement. However, it has been a couple of months since I arrived campus on the 2nd of January this year. I am […]

Lost Lake Festival Celebrates Phoenix Culture

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Two weekends ago, the creators of major music festivals Bonnaroo and Outside Lands brought a new cultural experience to the Valley. Meant to celebrate the unique qualities of Phoenician lifestyle, the event spanned three days and combined music, art, food and interactive experiences from local Phoenix vendors. The Valley has no shortage of great events […]