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Turning eWaste Into Opportunity

In honor of Women’s History Month, Das Tor is partnering with the Thunderbird Women in Business Club for their “Spotlight Series.” We will be featuring stories of women at the Thunderbird School of Global Management who share what makes them unique and how they are making a global impact.

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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.

Campus Ambassadors: Passion in Practice

This is part of Das Tor’s ongoing series, “Club Spotlight,” in which the leadership of different Thunderbird clubs describe their mission, goals, and why students should consider joining their group.

Sooji Pudla Recipe

This is part of the ongoing Das Tor series “Global Eats,” in which T-birds share cooking stories and recipes unique to their culture or travels around the globe.

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.

Valentine’s Day with TDNA

In honor of Valentine’s Day, Das Tor and TDNA worked together to gather data on how Thunderbird students celebrate Valentine’s Day.

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COVID Mental Maladjustment

This is part of an ongoing Das Tor series: T-birds Under Quarantine. We asked current students to write personal narratives of their experiences while in

A Serbian Christmas

I did it! I had finally chosen the perfect gift. On January 7th, with pajamas on and a Santa hat donned, I met my friend

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Turning eWaste Into Opportunity

In honor of Women’s History Month, Das Tor is partnering with the Thunderbird Women in Business Club for their “Spotlight Series.” We will be featuring stories of women at the Thunderbird School of Global Management who share what makes them unique and how they are making a global impact.

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.

Sooji Pudla Recipe

This is part of the ongoing Das Tor series “Global Eats,” in which T-birds share cooking stories and recipes unique to their culture or travels around the globe.

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.

Kelewele: A Taste of Ghana

In this installment of Global Eats, travel to Ghana and make the famous fried plantains dish called kelewele.

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Campus Ambassadors: Passion in Practice

This is part of Das Tor’s ongoing series, “Club Spotlight,” in which the leadership of different Thunderbird clubs describe their mission, goals, and why students should consider joining their group.

Meet the Das Tor Executive Team

The Das Tor team recently underwent a change in leadership, and we wanted to take the opportunity to introduce ourselves to our readers in this Club Spotlight.

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