Unveiling Syrian Refugee Camps

By Maddie Handler, Guest Writer When I first arrived in Jordan, all I really knew was that I wanted to learn about human development and helping people effectively so that it really causes an impact. I wanted to meet real people who wake up every day knowing that their job is making someone else’s life […]

The Failure of American Public Education

Courtesy of The Atlantic

By Amanda Cardini, Editor-in-Chief There have been several times in my life where I’ve thought why didn’t I learn this in school? I’ve often had this thought in regards to life skills like personal finance; why did it take going to college to learn key tips for managing money when many high schoolers could immensely […]

The Pauline Foundation

By Billy Pierre, Staff Writer Pauline moved to the US from Uganda. Like most of us, she came here looking for the fulfillment of her dreams. Of course, part of her dreams includes her education at Thunderbird. In addition to her role as a full time student, she is currently working on an autobiographical novel […]

NPV of a Career

Aaron Rockwell – Magic Staff +1 Writer I was going to write an article on sunk cost, but the moment it became no fun, I abandoned it. Instead, let’s take a look at our lives and how much this year is worth in terms of: how long you might have left to live, and how […]

Contradictory Agendas: T-Bird’s Trump Connection

By Jake Strickler, Editor-in-Chief It started with a name on the side of a building.  If it’s not a name you’ve noticed before, you’re blameless; its appearance could be described as conspicuous only in its inconspicuousness. Like so many other tributes and remembrances scattered around our campus, one must almost be seeking it in order […]

On Women in Business & Marrying Rich

By Lauren Herber, Editor-in-Chief I’ve been a lover of learning for as long as I can remember. My mother loves to talk about how when I was little, I would follow her around, always chanting the same line: “Mommy, will you read me a story?” As soon as she consented, I would scamper up to […]

T-bird team to compete in Hult Global Case Challenge

A team of five students from Thunderbird has been accepted to compete in the 3rd  Annual Hult Global Case Challenge (Hult GCC) – an initiative that brings together top students from all over the globe to generate solutions to the world’s most pressing social challenges. The Hult GCC, in partnership with the Clinton Global Initiative […]