Veteran’s Day Reflections from a Resident Thunderbird
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” […]
Lunch is on me: How Fasting and Giving can Combat Food Insecurity
Collins Carrington reflects on fasting during the season of Lent and Ramadan
Making a Beautiful Movie 2: Imagining Future Scenes
Jonas Narh continues his article series about the law of attraction and tells how you can use your imagination to make positive life changes
Empowering Through Strength
Celebrate International Women’s Day with an inspiring message from Thunderbird’s own award-winning weightlifter Jenny Hui.
The Birth of Kogo
First-year student Simon Roca describes his new business Kogo, which helps the environment and small-scale farmers in Panama by upcycling coffee cherries into a delicious new superfood product.
My Quarantine Experience
As part of Das Tor’s series “T-birds Under Quarantine,” first-year Rebecca Swyers tells her unique experience of working at a sporting goods store when the coronavirus and panic buying first hit the U.S. in March 2020.
An Antidote for the Corona-blues
Thunderbird alum Torie Klocko shared about her way of beating the stress of the coronavirus pandemic: a century bike ride.
Awareness: The Fundamental Quality Of Life
As we begin Wellness Week at Thunderbird, first-year student Jonas Narh shared his perspective on awareness with Das Tor.