CEN and Community Volunteering

Yuya Ota eats food intended for starving children

By: Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer On Friday, May 24, the Thunderbird chapter of the China Entrepreneur Network (CEN) organized a volunteering opportunity at Feed My Starving Children (FMSC), a charity non-profit organization specializing in providing packaged nutritious food to children in impoverished areas globally. A total of 18 T-Birds joined approximately 30 other volunteers in […]

From the Desk of the TSG President

Hello T-Birds As Finals week commences, I want to wish all students good luck on your exams, assignments, and presentations. So as this term is coming to an end and it gives me immense pleasure to announce the new leadership for the Summer 2014 leadership, Giacomo Paccione and Casey Sutton. I am sure the two […]

Holi Thunderbird!

By Deepali Ramaiah and Kate Stout “Khele Holi Hum Tere Sang!” For anyone in the dark about Holi, it is a celebration to welcome the season of Spring as well as the commencement of the  harvest season. Holi normally occurs on the day of the full moon in March. It is the apt opportunity to break […]

A ThunderCares Saturday

It was that time of year again. The day that T-Birds take the town and make it a little bit better than it was before. Also known as ThunderCares. For those that don’t know, ThunderCares was started 7 years ago by students on campus and the TSG to find a productive way to give back […]

Sunshine appears for Rugby Alumni Weekend

By Daryl James A rare Arizona rainstorm threatened to dampen Thunderbird’s Rugby Alumni Weekend on Feb. 28 and March 1, 2014, but the sun appeared minutes before kickoff for the annual game between the students and “Old Boys.” Thunderbird Alumni Rugby Association President Chuck Hamilton ’91 said neither side worried about the weather anyway. “Rain […]

A cop & a cup (of coffee)

This Thursday, the Thunderbird campus will be graced with a friendly yet unusual presence. As part of a get to know your community initiative, the TSG will be hosting the “Coffee with A Cop” at the Commons during dead hour on 5th December. The concept is simple. Students get to meet and mingle with the Glendale […]

Thunder(care)takers to the rescue

A clear and crisp November morning dawned on Saturday, heralding ThunderCares Day. It was the chance many had been waiting for; an opportunity to toss aside endless readings, case studies and texts and take up a challenge of a more philanthropic kind. Eager first-timers arrived early ready to serve while the Thunder-tired from the GOGOs […]

ThunderCares: T-birds Give Back

By Soumya Sivadas This year, instead of writing about ThunderCares, we thought we would  show you. We want to show you what students, faculty, and staff came together to accomplish this past Saturday. All over the world, alumni joined in as they partook in service activities in their local regions. It was an incredible experience […]

Working Towards a Better Future

By Martin Terrazas Between April 7-14, 2013, Americans officially remember what is accepted as the Holocaust. This year’s theme, Never Again: Heed the Warning Signs, will be discussed in community centers, corporations, military bases, religious institutions, schools, and small businesses nationwide. Two famous business cases written about leadership during World War II are IBM and Germany 1922-1941 and Degussa […]

Thunderbird @ World Fair 2013

Thunderbird Student Government in association with the regional clubs held a booth at the 2013 World Fair event organized by Kyrene de la Mariposa Elementary school on Friday, 22nd February. Thunderbird has been lending its numerous country flags to this school for the past five years. This was Mariposa’s 7th Annual World Fair and the event […]