T-Bird on the River

by Emma Livingston, Staff Writer Summer break is upon us, and though I’ve learned so much at Thunderbird, and though I thoroughly enjoyed my module abroad in Europe and the traveling I did afterwards, I realized, as I came back to my hometown of Denver and as May slipped into June, that I am no […]

Better Know a Prof: Janet Samuels

By: Marissa Burkett, Audio/Visual Editor The Thunderbird community will be bidding farewell to Professor Janet Samuels, Assistant Professor of Accounting, after the summer trimester. Beginning in the fall, she will take a full-time position at W. P. Carey School of Business at ASU. “I’m excited and sad. Because I really love teaching MBAs and graduate […]

Unique Networking Opportunity Opens Doors to T-Birds

By: Alina Buzgar, News & Features Editor On March 19, 2015, more than 60 T-Birds made the trip to Tempe to participate in the Spring Company Networking Night (CNN), a W.P. Carey event, where they had the opportunity to interact and network with companies, and apply to the open positions they currently offer. “[This event] […]

The Road After Graduation

By Borijan Borozanov I will be graduating in a week. Some will say–finally, it was about the time to get rid of the annoying Macedonian. Having in mind that this is my last article, I will take the liberty to make a more personal message to my graduation class of ’14, so please bear with […]

Be Selfish and Report

By Borijan Borozanov Over the last several months I noticed a very intriguing phenomenon. The activity levels of my peer students on LinkedIn (at least the ones I am connected to) significantly increased. I find this to be a strong indicator that many of us have made a conscious effort to execute a more structured […]

Why Waste your PCA’s time?

By Borijan Borozanov I’ve been serving as a PCA for two semesters in a row. During this time and according to my not so perfect journal, I have had close to 200 face-to-face meetings with my fellow students, reviewed more than 70 first-time resumes and exchanged approximately 400 e-mails. The numbers might suggest that I […]

Update 03/28

Happy Friday, Thunderbirds! I know there is a lot going on around campus – including issues our students should not have to deal with or even think about – I know many students feel “caught in the middle” and are distressed by rumors they have heard and also by the continuing ambiguity our community is […]

From the Desk of the TSG President

Hello to all the amazing Tbirds from all over the world. Hope you had a great weekend. I hope you all had a great time at the Americas Regional Night. It was definitely a very challenging regional night to set up because of the unusual weather but the team did a great job in pulling […]

Careers in Hospitality Industry

After the economic slump of 2008, many industries were hit hard, causing them to rethink how they do business. The hospitality industry was also forced to reimagine what it would offer to its customers, as they turned to attractions, restaurants, and shopping centers to support them through this slump. Families started looking for “staycations” when […]

Career Spotlight

  Choosing the Right Career Choosing the right career has always been a challenging one. Sometimes based on our preferences, we choose a career and later find that the chosen one is not the right one. The first few months in the career may be interesting but it turns out to be fairly monotonous later. […]