Missing Money and Lunar Lunacy

On Dec. 9, 2017, Forbes magazine released a report of some missing money. However, this information was not covered by any main stream media or picked up by anything like Buzzfeed or Facebook. This missing money was not some small time bank theft, but rather 21 trillion dollars unaccounted for by the US Government. As […]

The Climb: Reaching New Heights

by Daisy Jasmine, Staff Writer   One of the oddest, most counter-intuitive things about humanity is our compulsion to climb. We aren’t particularly built to survive a drop—and last I checked, we’ve got no wings to speak of, at least in the literal sense—but for as long as humanity has been around, we’ve been loath […]

Six Things to Do in Arizona This Spring

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By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor Spring seems to have sprung in Phoenix, with temperatures set to reach as high as 85 in the next week. Luckily, months of beautiful spring weather are what Phoenicians live for, here to remind us why we put up with triple digit temperatures in the summer. While the rest of the […]

What T-birds Can Learn from the Australian Open

By Mary Richardson, Editor-in-Chief The Australian Open last week was both wild and routine. For some athletes, this tournament was a time to hit the re-set button and for others it was a call to enter the rebuilding years. Tense matches gave way to slam dunks, and expected performers had the rug pulled out from […]

How Social Media Has Changed the Way We Communicate

Bu Gillian Reid, Guest Writer Someone sits behind a computer and tells the internet how they feel about a topic. But is it really how they feel – or are they just typing what everyone else wants to hear? This is how we get to know one another now – we are sitting behind a […]

Reflections on an Online Education

By Aaron White, Guest Writer (OMGM ’18) A few of weeks ago a member of my online cohort posted an article on our WhatsApp group, What Employers Think of Online Business Master’s Degrees. A conversation ensued that kick-started my brain to think about the history of online education, the preconceived notions we have about online […]