The Danger of Denying Sexual Harassment

By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor The last year was fraught with sexual harassment claims. Perhaps beginning with numerous allegations at Fox News involving top employees like Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly, there seemed to be a tidal wave of claims in the months following that encompassed Hollywood stars, politicians and news anchors alike. High-profile men cast […]

The Party Don’t Stop: Why Business Students Should Play Tabletop RPGs

by Daisy Jasmine, Staff Bard   A few weeks ago, I spent my Friday evening as one does: on the deck of a flying pirate ship, making bad decisions. Getting there to begin with took some effort, and several of my companions fell off of a cliff in the process, but eventually I negotiated my […]

Filling in the Cracks

By Bryce Bower, Co-editor Thunderbird administration executives CEO Allen Morrison, Executive Director of Marketing and Communications Jay Thorne, and Executive Director for the Office of the CEO Chelsea Olsen came together with students last Monday, the 19th of February, in an official and on-the-record Student Update meeting. In and effort to clarify previous reporting in […]

The Unavoidable Phenomenon: Traffic!

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By Mackenzie Pedersen, Staff Writer You experience it when you leave for work in the morning and when you head home in the evening. It occurs when there is road construction (no matter the time of day). This anomaly occurs when a cop has someone pulled over to the side of the road. It appears […]

Get Out of Glendale: Be in Bisbee

By Mary Richardson, Editor-in-Chief The boom-town flavor, the peculiarities, the mystery, the striking landscape. Bisbee, Arizona still has what made it the most cosmopolitan city of the 19th century West. Discovered under the unfortunate circumstances of U.S. army scouts tracking down defector Apaches, the mission came to a pause when one of the civilian trackers […]

The Importance of Having a Schedule

By Gillian Reid, Staff Writer As most people know, I am a little bit on the super-organized, hyper-efficient side. I’m the one who normally knows all the due dates and all of the readings for each week. (This is also because numbers stick in my head.) However, along with all of these traits that I […]

Results of the Thunderbird Student Survey

By Chris Barton, Editor-in-Chief You might be thinking: “Wow! The administration seems like they know what we students want in the new building and the new space! How do they know that?! Did they read my mind? Did they read my Diary?” No, they read the report that the Student Coalition gave them. This report […]

Q&A With John Schuldt, Executive Director of TIAA

By Youfeng (Gloria) Pan, Guest Writer  John Schuldt is the Executive Director of the Thunderbird Independent Alumni Association (TIAA). He sat down with us on Feb. 15 to discuss his story, TIAA’s role in the Thunderbird community, and what he sees the future holding for Thunderbird. What is your story? What led you to this […]