Corruption: Is Haiti on the Path to a New Revolution?

By Billy Pierre, Staff Writer The events of May 1968 represent the most important social movement in the history of France during the twentieth  century. These events occurred at the end of the Thirty Glorious [Years] (Les Trente Glorieuses), which was the three-decade period following the Second World War during which France saw a rapid […]

Ethics Corner

By Rahul Garg Dear T-birds, Welcome to the Ethics Corner sponsored by the Thunderbird Honor Council. In an effort to better educate our student body on ethical business practices, we will present to you an article, news link, or story from our own students that helps to showcase what is going on in the business […]

Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice pays a visit

By Jennifer Patton Barbara Barrett gave the introduction and spoke about the first time she got to know Justice O’Connor, which was as her intern. Ambassador Barrett was in the first group of interns when Justice O’Connor was in the Arizona State Senate (she was the first woman to serve as the State Senate Majority […]

Sandra Day O’Connor to Thunderbird!

By Torrey Mann You are cordially invited to join Interim President Barbara Barrett and Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor (Bio included below) for an exciting symposium here on campus. The event will be held on Friday, Sept 28th 2012 from 11am – 12pm. There is limited availability for this event and thus please […]