TSG Candidates Fall ’17: A Closer Look

By Mary Grace Richardson, Co-editor It’s election season at Thunderbird for one more day, and unfortunately for reality TV fans out there, everyone has relatively been getting along and tensions have been low. Luckily for the student body, though, the candidates are not only very qualified, but also personable and engaging people who have shown […]

Post-Election Acts of Self-Care to Get You Through the Weekend

By Mary Grace Richardson, Staff Writer  Thank goodness the election is over, right? Or maybe not. If your neck is sore from shaking your head or if spontaneous outbursts have kept you from wearing your mascara this week, here are recommended activities to help you ease into our post-election future. Sage Cleanse Your Room If it’s […]

Donald Trump: A Weak Candidate and a Poor Choice

By Julio Espinoza, Staff Writer This weekend the New York Times published two editorials: one endorsing Hillary Clinton for president and the other rejecting Donald Trump. On Monday, September 26th both candidates had the chance to debate on policy issues and personality traits. Most polls position Clinton as the winner. As a political scientist, my […]

Trump to Thunderbird: “Build a wall” around Mexican students*

By Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer –A satirical take on the world around us.– Real-estate tycoon and presidential hopeful Donald Trump paid a visit to Thunderbird’s campus. Below is a follow-up letter he sent after returning to New York. –ed. I just want to say thanks to all the wonderful students and faculty I met on […]

Clash of Titans

By, Krunal Barabde   Once a company grows, the hunger to multiply its top line keeps on increasing like gap between poor and rich. To feed this hunger, some companies target mass market, some develop new product lines, some even enter new sectors, but most prefer to go global (Very few companies achieve global status, […]

And your Spring 2014 TSG leadership is…

Last week saw the Thunderbird students making one of the important choices they’ve made this trimester. No, it wasn’t what classes to take next semester, or which GOGOS party to go to or where to spend their winter break – it was to choose the voices that would represent them and their concerns to the […]