The T-bird Bucket List: Making the Most of the Final Months on Campus

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By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor  Students arriving back on campus this January were confronted with a strange feeling. The return to school this semester brought students face to face with the reality that Thunderbird’s historic campus will soon cease to exist. At a yet to be decided date sometime over the next year, Thunderbird will move […]

This is Not a Drill: The Alert in Hawaii and Chaos in the News

by Daisy Jasmine, Staff Writer   On Saturday, January 13, at 8:07 AM, an alert message was unexpectedly sent out to cellphones throughout the state of Hawaii. However, unlike the inclement weather warnings and similar notices typical of the mobile alert system, this notification carried a serious and terror-inducing message which read as follows:   […]

24 Hours in Amsterdam

By Mary Richardson, Editor-in-Chief Amsterdam’s gabled buildings, grid-like canals, and candlelit cafés make it an attractive and increasingly popular European city to visit. However, the scenic cityscape holds more than just what can be seen. Though probably more known for its phenomenal nightlife and pioneering architecture and design, the Netherlands has produced a wealth of […]

Slipping Through the Cracks

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By Bryce Bower, Co-editor On Monday, January 8, Thunderbird CEO Allen Morrison, Associate Director General Joseph Carter, and Senior Director of Graduate Student Experience Angela Mitchell, along with Dean of Students for the Downtown campus Dr. Cassandra Aska, hosted a Student Update in regards to the impending move downtown. They had nothing but wonderful things […]

Questioning Innovation #3: A Threat, a Promise, or a Buzzword?

By Chris Barton, Editor-in-Chief This series aims to take a critical look at ASU’s claim to be “#1 in innovation.” What does that actually mean? What does it say about us and our school? And is it even a good thing? Part one of the series looked at what differentiates innovation from invention, and how […]