Habitat for Humanity Comes to Thunderbird

By Amanda Cardini, Staff Writer Since 1976, Habitat for Humanity has built and renovated over 800,000 homes in communities across the globe. Tackling issues caused by natural disasters, housing instability and poverty, the organization is dedicated to creating a world in which everyone has a decent place to live, and they work toward that goal […]

Denim Day

By Lauren Herber, Co-Editor Think back to when you were a teenager. Acne, prom, crushes, braces. Remember those days? Imagine that you’re a teenager again. You’re 18, high school sucks, and all you want is to have your driver’s license so you can get some space from your overbearing parents and hang out with your […]

Thunderbird’s First Annual Night of the Open Door

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor On February 20, 2016, Thunderbird participated in our first Night of the Open Door, an annual ASU event held across all campuses that welcomes the greater community in for a first-hand look at what’s happening at the school. From the Snell Rooms to the Tower, Thunderbird campus was buzzing with the […]

Merger Mania: State of Our School

By Emma Livingston, Co-editor I want to start a conversation at Thunderbird about our vision for this school’s future. For the next few weeks, I will be writing a series of articles about what we value in the school, what people are worried about, and where we would like to see Thunderbird five, twenty, fifty […]

ASU to Acquire Volkswagen in $10b Deal*

by Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer Warning: Satire in, on, or around this article. According to an announcement sent to students from Arizona State University (ASU) President Michael Crow, ASU has agreed to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Volkswagen AG, the troubled car maker, for an estimated price of ten billion dollars. “The purchase of […]

ASU Homecoming Parade

By Nash Wills, Staff Writer This past Saturday Thunderbird participated in its first ever Arizona State Univesity (ASU) Homecoming parade. The procession began at 8:15 in the morning when around 40 Thunderbird students and faculty, along with numerous other ASU organizations and clubs, set off in military style formation to complete the half-mile march down […]

ASU West Bee Alert*

By Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer ATTENTION: Satire article. Reader discretion is advised. Attention to all students, regardless of whether you have any intention of setting foot on Arizona State University (ASU) West’s campus in your lifetime: the cafeteria in ASU West is currently covered in bees. Every square inch of the floor, walls, ceiling, and […]

Alumni Interview: Mohit Mehta

By Chaitra Somasundar, Staff Writer Mohit Mehta is a T-Bird working as the Director of the Research division at Dinan & Co. He completed his undergraduate degree in Economics from W.P. Carey School of Business in 2004. While at ASU, he cultivated an interest in international business due to his coursework, interactions with professors, projects […]

Merger Mania: ASU Student Benefits

By Jessica Knutzon, Co-editor As part of Arizona State University (ASU), Thunderbirds now have access to many new benefits. Here are some new benefits you can access with your Sun Card. Sun Devil Fitness Complexes Many students have already taken advantage of the new gym access on West campus. While current students still have a […]

Honor Council to Build Honor Hall*

By Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer WARNING: Satire article. Reader discretion is advised. Everyone knows the Thunderbird Honor Council doesn’t do anything, and now that ASU has assumed its academic-discipline function, THC does even less. Hence the rampant gossip about how THC will spend the lavish budget it has received from ASU. Adding fuel has been […]