Crisis in Venezuela

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer The crafting and execution of foreign policy is not an easy gig. In the United States, the actions of the

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YOU ALONE

By Denis Bateme, Guest Writer YOU ALONE When this story is told I suppose You will be by my side Still holding my hand as

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Leaving Our Comfort Zones

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer The mission of the Thunderbird School of Global Management is to “educate global leaders who create sustainable prosperity worldwide.” In

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Cheers to The Pub

By Chanel McFollins, Staff Writer As I was talking about missing The Pub (our home pub on the Thunderbird Glendale campus in the tower), a

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The Importance of Sleep

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer Throughout my time as an undergraduate, I only recall having a few early-morning classes. Though I generally can rise early

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Freeve

By Billy Pierre, Staff Writer “Spell ‘Freeve’,” the little boy told me. I kept repeating to myself ‘frive’, or ‘freeve,’ this is not a word

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A Vegetarian Thanksgiving

By Mackenzie Pedersen, Staff Writer Take a moment to imagine your annual family Thanksgiving. Notice the smile that’s on your face? Just hearing the word

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Viva La Phoenix!

By Chris Barton, Co-Editor Downtown Phoenix is quite small. Normally, this is kind of a bummer – we all want it to be a real

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Thunderbird Photo Contest

Congratulations to this week’s photo contest winner, Fatima Heravy! We received several excellent sunset and sunrise photos last week and look forward to next week’s submission.

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