Diving into Minimalist Fashion

By Aaron Rockwell, Staff Fashion Writer The available time of a Thunderbird is non-existent. Steve Miller said it best: “Time keeps on slippin’, slippin’, slippin’ into the future.” Thus, in an attempt to control this, I’m proposing we all stick it to the garment industry and go with minimalist fashion. The Pros: Decision fatigue: The concept […]

Dress for Success

By Lauren Herber, Co-Editor On Monday two Thunderbird clubs, the Women’s International Business Club and the Business of Fashion Club, teamed up to host an informational event on dressing for the workplace. The event, called “Dress for Success,” featured guest speaker Maria Houle. Maria graduated from Thunderbird in 1987 and is now the program director […]

Get Out of Glendale: Heard Museum Fashion Show

By Lauren Herber, Co-Editor On Friday, February 1, Thunderbird’s Business of Fashion Club had its first event: a trip downtown to see the Native American Fashion Show at the Heard Museum. The event coincided perfectly with First Friday, a cultural event on Roosevelt Street in downtown Phoenix in which local art vendors set up along […]

Witness the Women on Campus

By Lauren Herber, Co-Editor In light of my other article this week on third wave feminism, I wanted to highlight some opportunities on campus that allow female Tbirds to network and find support in their professional growth. While all the clubs on campus are open to and beneficial to female students, there are a couple […]