From the Archives: A Call for Unity

By Jake Strickler, Editor-in-Chief In the wake of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, America faced a wave of panic and xenophobia. At times, this hatred was manifested as direct physical and emotional violence. The targets of this violence tended to be those who were just as horrified and wounded by the events as […]

From the Archives – The Downward Spiral

By Jake Strickler, Co-Editor, and Amy C. who was here in 2000. Amy, if you see this and want me to print your full name, send me an email. As most of you know, the team here has spent the last couple of weeks hard at work going through the archives and putting together a […]

Study Abroad, Ski Trips, Dr. Love and Das Tor Relevance…Thunderbird 16 Years Ago

Compiled by Emma Livingston, Co-Editor The comprehensive collection of Das Tor papers in the Thunderbird Archives is a beautiful window into Thunderbird’s past. The paper is a snapshot of campus life through the decades and holds the voices and viewpoints of past Thunderbird students. A paper from February 14, 2000, 16 years ago, shows the […]

From the Archives – Portrait of a Balloon Race

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor  Thunderbird Archives is a treasure trove of photographs, paraphernalia, and documents steeped in Thunderbird lore. Among the archive’s many historical gems is a Himalayan mountain-size pile of old student newspapers, starting from 1948 with the American Institute for Foreign Trade’s newspaper, “The Thunderbird,” all the way up to 2011, when Das […]