Semiconductor chips are reshaping the world of technology, and Arizona is becoming a major player in the supply chain. Alie informs us of recent updates on the state’s involvement through a series of events at Thunderbird related to Semiconductors.
Author and student Talia Williams, discusses the significance of African American/Black History. She highlights Black innovators from the past who have contributed numerous inventions to modern-day society. Talia also mentions solutions to the education system when it comes to teaching the masses about Black history.
Angella shares some of the opportunities she’s experienced at Thunderbird School of Global Management as part of the African Business Club, including meeting President William Ruto of Kenya and other African Leaders.
Akash guides us through the changes that climate change has enacted on our world and how it is changing the way we engage the world and business.
Join us in this recap of Thunderbird’s famous traditions: their Regional Night. This time we experience the Middle East and North Africa, better known as MENA, as students, artists, and merchants, give us a taste of what this region is about.
My name is Steven Marshall and I am from Saginaw, Michigan, a city just north of Detroit. In 2010, I joined the United States Army as a Combat Engineer and subsequently spent four months at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri for Basic Combat Training (BCT). This military occupational specialty consisted of tasks that a typical “engineer” […]
Mpho takes us on another journey through the African continent. This time we explore the country of Zambia. Read many interesting facts regarding this country!
Learn about Diwali through the eyes of Das Tor writer, Shivangi. Learn of its different intersections and international relevance to the Indian community worldwide.
Celebrate Mexico’s 212 Independence Anniversary through Jaquelin Alonso’s insights on Mexican history, culture, and business.
Mpho takes us on a trivia tour of the African State of Chad as it celebrates its 62nd Independence Day.