Life Lessons During a Summer in Tokyo

By Paul George Smith Jr., Guest Writer This past summer I had an internship with GMO Research, a great company that is a part of…

The Global Grind: A Proposed Career Readiness Course

This letter was sent to Das Tor sent by Blair Imbody, class of ’88. We absolutely welcome any articles that almuni would like to have…

Pondering Your Future

By Hal Reid, Guest Alumni Writer (Class of 1971) In a short period of time, some of you will graduate and have to get a…

A Small World After All: Looking Back on Regional Night

by Daisy Jasmine, Staff Writer   Just a few weeks ago, the usually-quiet Thunderbird campus saw a brief and shining return to its former glory.…

What’s So Special About Thunderbird?

By Bryce Bower, Co-Editor Let me tell you. During the first week of Foundations, one of my classmates from South Sudan said something I will…

Speaking With Intention: Sticks and Stones and the Damage of Words

By Amanda Cardini, Co-Editor Despite the old adage “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” words can be harmful.…

Dr. Michael Crow at Thunderbird – Listen Here!

By Chris Barton, Editor-in-Chief This last Monday (April 9th, 2018), Dr. Michael Crow came out to Thunderbird to talk to the students and faculty. Although…

Many Factors to Blame for the Tragedy in Parkland

By Kenneth Strange, Jr. – Alum Guest Writer Kenneth Strange graduated from Thunderbird in 1987. He has served the FBI as a member of the…

A New Graduate’s Perspective on The Move

By Bethany-Angel Chijindu (MGM ’17), Guest Writer The morning after I graduated from Thunderbird, I woke up to the news that the campus I had…

7 Past and Present Thunderbirds on the Move to Downtown Phoenix

Compiled by Amanda Cardini, Staff Writer.  Thunderbird’s announcement to close the historical Glendale campus and move to downtown Phoenix has been met with diverse reactions…