Company and Cuisine: The Social Phenomenon of Brunch

by Daisy Jasmine, Staff Writer Over this past spring break, I had the unique opportunity to travel to San Diego with a fellow Das Tor…

Alumni Spotlight: Thunderbird for ‘Goodful’

By Rick Beitman, Guest Writer Thunderbird draws people with myriad career aspirations, be they government, corporate, nonprofit, NGO, or entrepreneurship. However, one unifying factor among many…

Those Who Do It Different: Coopedota Coffee

By Chris Barton, staff writer In the Mountains of central Costa Rica, high above the San Jose and sometimes even above the clouds, lies the…

Ceviche: A Dish with Many Personalities

By Lauren Herber, Editor-in-Chief Last month I traveled to Sonora, Mexico for Labor Day weekend. One of the members of my cohort, Tomás Thomas (MAGAM…

The Gastronomy Boom of Peru

By Laura Aviles, Staff Writer There is a one-week food fair that brings together more than 450,000 people from different parts of the world to…

Cooking Thanksgiving Dinner… in Argentina

By Nash Wills, Staff Writer How to Cook Thanksgiving Dinner in Jesus Maria, Argentina in 38 Simple Steps 1. Decide early on that Thanksgiving would…

Harvest Festivals in the East

By Chaitra Somasundar, Staff Writer Makar Sankranti, also known as the kite-flying festival is celebrated on January 15th of every year and is one of…

Global Cuisine: Causa Limeña

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor This recipe, and the story behind it, was related to me by our Peruvian classmate, Jorge Cespedes (MBA ’16, Peru). I…

Global Cuisine: Glendale Sushi Edition

By Jessica Knutzon, Co-editor Warning: Moderate to severe sarcasm included I have never lived in a land-locked state, so getting access to fresh seafood was…

Arizona State Fair

By Chaitra Somasundar, Staff Writer A crowd filled with excitement. Colorful lighting and decorations. Nervous screams from the rides. Children asking their parents to win…