Berra Bites: A T-bird Story of Determination and Resilience

By Lauren Herber, Editor-in-Chief Thunderbird is such a unique place because of the qualities inherent in the people that it attracts—qualities like boldness, determination, adventure,…

A Tour of the Club World

By Mary Richardson, Staff Writer   Historically, clubs have been a major driver of the Thunderbird Mystique, the intangible spirit, mindset, and curiosity of the…

Global Connections: TEM Lab Client Visits Thunderbird

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor Thunderbird’s Emerging Market Laboratory (TEM Lab) is not only about providing high quality consulting for emerging market clients during the course…

Fall TEM Lab Destination: Nepal

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor The Place Kathmandu, Nepal: A vibrant, hectic city with a history over 2,000 years old and a population density of more…

The Future of Social Entrepreneurship

November 14th saw the latest in the Thunderbird/Laureate series with the Panel Discussion on The Future of Social Entrepreneurship. The Social Entrepreneurship Panel held some estimable guests…

Update 10/25

Hello Thunderbirds! We are at the close of an exciting, productive and successful Professional Development Week! Special thanks and major kudos to the CMC for…

TEDx No Longer for November, but Next Tri Something to Remember

By Mohamad Abou Zeinab For those who know or didn’t know, Thunderbird was going to have its very first TEDx event this November. Unfortunately, this is…

Rethinking Design, Thunderbird Style

Walking into the storage area for ReDesign, fellow T-birds Howard Chao and Richard Dennis animatedly launch into the furniture and storage prototypes they’ve been working…

Entrepreneurship is not just for people with great ideas

We all want to be our won bosses don’t we? Strolling into the office at any time we want to and working from Hawaii because…

Exams, Entrepreneurs and Ethics

In anticipation of Start-up Weekend this coming week, I was feeling very entrepreneurial through the past few days. However, this feeling was immediately subdued by…