Results of the Thunderbird Student Survey

By Chris Barton, Editor-in-Chief You might be thinking: “Wow! The administration seems like they know what we students want in the new building and the new space! How do they know that?! Did they read my mind? Did they read my Diary?” No, they read the report that the Student Coalition gave them. This report […]

The Top 10 Most Random Places on Campus

By Nash Wills, Co-Editor When General Barton Kyle Yount speculated in the Glendale real estate market back in ’46, his $1 investment sufficed for a solid 160-acre plot of prime desert land. 71 years since then, campus has changed a lot. Sometimes it’s hard for me to imagine a time when the majority of the […]

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 […]

Parking Permit Prices Are Too Low*

By Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer Thunderbird students are up in arms about Arizona State University’s (ASU) new parking permit prices. After October 5, students will need to pay $280 for a year’s worth of parking or $360 if they want to park in the shade. The policy holds across all ASU campuses regardless of parking […]

FORAD Teams Descend into Violence*

By Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer All six teams in this term’s Multinational Corporate Finance course have resorted to violence once again after a brief ceasefire. The course is known for featuring FORAD, a three-month competitive finance simulation in which teams act as managers of multinational firms and strive to maximize share price in a fluctuating […]

My Favorite Places on Campus

By Emma Livingston, Co-editor Fall classes have started and our beautiful Thunderbird campus in Glendale, Arizona, has come alive again with students rushing to and from class, enjoying leisurely lunches and chats with their colleagues outside the Commons and shouting to each other from the balcony of A Dorm to the balcony of B Dorm (the […]

“T” for Trees and Thunderbird

By: Thaedra Brondrum, Guest Writer, and Alina Buzgar, News Editor T-Birds get together and partner with administration to respond to the storm that hit our campus and destroyed many trees. On Saturday September 27, 2014, the large micro storm that swept Phoenix, Arizona caused a lot of damage to the landscape of our school. Thunderbird […]

Summer Tri Socializing

By Thaedra Brondum With the summer trimester started and a quarter of the way through, Thunderbird’s campus seems empty.  This summer there are only about 100 students on campus as most students have taken this time to participate in internships, travel, TEM Labs, or even the summer language intensive opportunities.  Still, the Spring 2014 intake, […]

Know Your Campus and Win! – Contest #11

This is the last edition of the Photo Contest! Congratulations to Contest #10’s winner, Alejandra Fernandez! She won a $15 Wal-Mart gift card by being the first to email the most accurate answer. The correct response was: This photo is from behind the tower, outside of the board room and next to the sundial. HERE IS THIS WEEK’S PHOTO: Look […]

Know Your Campus and Win! – Contest #10

Congratulations to Contest #9’s winner, Soumya Sivadas! She won a $15 Wal-Mart gift card by being the first to email the most accurate answer. The correct response was: This photo is displayed on the walls of Thunderbird Tower near the table and restroom area and he is popularly known as “Mr.Thunderbird”. WE HAVE JUST TWO MORE CONTESTS LEFT FOR […]