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 […]

Get to Know a Stakeholder: Campus Animals

By Emma Livingston, Co-editor Here at Thunderbird, we are so concerned with getting to know students from all over the world and learning about cultural differences, sometimes we forget that we are not the only residents on this beautiful campus of ours. So that we can greater understand and consider our cross-species differences, here is […]