Esperanto: The International Language

By Billy Pierre, Staff Writer Saluton! What if we could all say hello in a single language? What if all the languages of the world…

Having an Accent in the US

By Billy Pierre, Staff Writer I’m Bidi Pirra and I must thank Starbucks for this new name. No, it’s not surprising at all to have…

Lessons from Learning Languages

By Bryce Bower, Co-editor According to John Algeo and Thomas Pyles, authors of The Origins and Development of the English Language, if one includes scientific…

Love Languages: Expressing Love by Culture

By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor The holiday of love is almost upon us and as every T-bird knows, expressing your feelings can vary widely by country…

Baby Language Acquisition & Attrition

By Aaron W. Rockwell, Staff Writer From being on a journey to learning a new language, I often think about timetables of learning and how much…

Which Language to Learn Next

By Aaron Rockwell, Staff Wizard I woke up thinking about whether I wanted to go to China and learn Mandarin this summer or learn another language.…

¿What Do You Mean?: Spanish Slang Around the World

By Laura Aviles, Staff Writer Whenever a person is learning a new language or traveling, there is always a desire to learn about the slang of…

Honor Council to Build Honor Hall*

By Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer WARNING: Satire article. Reader discretion is advised. Everyone knows the Thunderbird Honor Council doesn’t do anything, and now that ASU…

Get to Know a Faculty – Don Bapst Writing Center Coordinator

By Emma Livingston, Co-editor Although Don Bapst has only been working at Thunderbird for two and a half years, he is a T-Bird through and…

Possessive pronouns, plurals and apostrophes – OH MY!

By, Jessica Knutzon The English language is tricky and there are many exceptions to rules. This does not help defend the idea that English is…