What Thunderbird is Reading

By Bryce Bower, Staff Writer I love reading. I think the books that a person reads tell a lot about them– as well as the books they recommend to other people. I once heard the story of a couple who first met each other at a coffee shop. A young man sat down with his […]

Know Your World Leaders

By Aaron Rockwell, Staff Writer I’m often swept up by sensationalist Putin stories, but as far as some of the other low-key world leaders, I lose track of who’s who, so here’s the top 5 GDP countries‘ leaders, plus Putin (Russia is #11): GDP 1, U.S., Donald Trump: I think we all might have Trump fatigue so here’s […]

Get Out of Glendale: The Book Lover’s Guide to Phoenix

By Lauren Herber, Co-Editor My love affair with literature started before I can even remember. I learned to read at a young age, but even before then I was obsessed with books and being read to. (My parents love telling the story of how I memorized the entire Green Eggs and Ham book when I […]

Faculty Column: Books to Read

By Professor Andrew Inkpen Students often ask me if I can recommend any good new books.  I always find that a difficult question.  Someone wrote recently that there are more than 70,000 books in the strategy field, which is my main area.  Some of these books are seminal works and required reading for students of […]