The Inevitable Mishaps of Traveling, Part 1

By Amanda Cardini, Staff Writer It seems to be inevitable that something will not go as planned when traveling. Whether its a missed flight, misread…

A Dance of Interpretation, Part IV: Extremist Snow Day

By Bryce Bower, Staff Writer During my stay in Germany, the university I studied at invited all of the students to attend a “Friedensgebet”, or…

A Dance of Interpretation, Part III: Refugees Welcome!

By Bryce Bower, Staff Writer There were many German people who originally supported Prime Minister Angela Merkel’s decision to accept and provide asylum for Syrian…

A Dance of Interpretation: Refugees in Germany

By Bryce Bower, Staff Writer The German term for where I worked was “Migrationsberatungsstelle des Deutschen Roten Kreuzes.” Yes, that is a very long word;…

ASU to Acquire Volkswagen in $10b Deal*

by Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer Warning: Satire in, on, or around this article. According to an announcement sent to students from Arizona State University (ASU)…

Prost!

By, Rick Beitman Oktoberfest, while famous in Munich, Germany, is no longer just a Bavarian thing. – Tempe, Arizona celebrated its own version of the…

Student Spotlight: Ronny Siegel

Each week, we ask one of our new fun-loving exchange students to share a little about themselves and the most revealing question of all, what’s in your…

Germany, Greece settle differences (at least at Thunderbird)

Thunderbird School of Global Management’s traditional Parade of Flags took a twist Dec. 16 2011, when students from Germany and Greece found themselves on stage…