Regional Night: The Silk Road

By Chaitra Somasundar, Staff Writer The first Regional Night of the Spring 2016 semester was held on Saturday, February 20. T-birds and guests walked into the TEC to witness and experience foreign cuisines, music, dances and plays. After an extravagant dinner, performances were hosted by Gabrielle Gueye (MAGAM ’17, US) and Harry Gkornean (MGM ’16, Liberia), […]

Prohibition is Good for You

A Sad Rot Special By: Al Capone Nothing flies faster than a rumor, and the recent merger between ASU and Thunderbird has engendered its fair share of unsubstantiated news. One subject that has generated controversy is alcohol—specifically, whether ASU’s vaunted all-dry-all-the-time policy will apply to Thunderbird. Word on the street is that it will. Opponents […]

From the Desk of the TSG President

Hello fellow T-birds, Hope all of you had a great Thanksgiving weekend! To start off, I’d like to thank all of you for attending last week’s EMEA Regional Night and making it a huge success. A huge shout-out to the clubs and students for all the amazing performances! Among others this week, the key update […]

Spotlight on a Student – Avreeayl “Ave” Womack-O’Neil

By Kelly Swanson I met Avreeayl the first day of our class in Glendale. We have been friends ever since. From my perspective Ave as we call him, is an incredible person with a deep since of family values. The motto “Family first, then everything else” seems to be a creed with Ave. When traveling […]

Asia Regional Night-Blew your mind away

One of the most successful regional nights that we have held at the TAC so far. Thanks to the professional event management team and the administration for handling the sound system and  fabrication of the TAC, we were able to hold yet another eventful night showcasing the talent at Thunderbird. Covering 7 different countries namely […]

Holi celebrated on campus in a Thunderfashion!!

Holi – The Festival Of Colors Holi, also called the festival of colors, is celebrated with great excitement and fun around various parts of India. It primarilycelebrates the change of seasons, the end of winter and the start of spring and all the life associated that it brings with it. Thus, the event is celebrated with lots […]