5 Reasons Why I am Glad I Chose Thunderbird

By Bethany-Angel Chijindu, Staff Writer Graduation is around the corner, and so ends my time at Thunderbird. It seems like it was only yesterday when I moved to campus full of trepidation yet excitement. However, it has been a couple of months since I arrived campus on the 2nd of January this year. I am […]

Gobble Mindset vs. Global Mindset

By Aaron Rockwell, Staff Writer Gobble Mindset Global Mindset Turkey: “With extra bacon and with lettuce please!” Winter is coming: “That’s a Harry Potter reference right?” Passport: “Do I need that for my south of the border tummy tuck?” Turkey: “Where’s the country headed now that Erdogan is in power?” Winter is coming: “Depends on […]

War Dogs and the Anti-Global Mindset

By Jake Strickler, Editor-in-Chief Director and screenwriter Todd Phillips has built a career – along with something of a cottage industry – at the furthest extremes of debauchery and depravity. Mr. Phillips’ first film, made while he was still a student at NYU, is a documentary about a now-deceased punk rock singer known for physically […]

Uncomfortable is a Global Virtue

A perspective on Professional Development and Networking By: Rico Austin’98 Amigas and Amigos of Thunderbird, it doesn’t seem like over 16 years since I first parked my car on the heated asphalt lot (to begin my Thunderbird experience) between the old “T-Bird Pub” and the “Tower” which housed the TV room, a snack bar, a […]

Navratri- Indian dance Festival Upon us

By: Niky Chokshi and ISCC Navaratri is a Hindu festival of worship and dance. The word Navaratri literally means nine nights in Sanskrit. On 27th October, ISCC is arranging for Thunderbird Students to take place in the Dance Festival that will take place at the Greenway High School, starting at 9pm. This is a  period […]

New York Entrepreneur week

By Jessica Macias Bochatay, MBA student and Founding Director at Adepicos. The Entrepreneur Week was founded in 2009 as a global platform for early-stage entrepreneurs and $100 million revenue generators to share ideas and seize opportunities. Last week, they led the “Entrepreneur Walk” to promote successful entrepreneurs as the job creators, risk takers and the […]

Building inclusive leadership with Global Mindset

Beth Brooke knows what workplace exclusion looks like. When she accepted her first job at a major accounting firm in the 1980s, she learned within 48 hours that she would be expected — as a female employee — to provide inappropriate favors as a condition of career advancement. Instead of complying, she quit on the […]