Las Vegas: What’s to Follow

By Mackenzie Pedersen, Staff Writer   A devastated, daunting silence has fallen over America as of the 1st of October. Upon waking up that morning, no one expected such tragedy. This day will go down in infamy as one of the most traumatic days in history. This unfortunate event now holds the record of the […]

The Business of Vices: Las Vegas and Macao

By Lauren Herber, Editor-in-Chief This past weekend featured my first-ever trip to the city that epitomizes America’s flagship traits of capitalism and consumption: Las Vegas, Nevada. After crossing the Hoover Dam, I was met with a somewhat anticlimactic suburbia that made me question whether or not I had even left Glendale. Rows upon rows of […]

T-birds Take to Town in Las Vegas

By Joseph Driessen, Guest Writer Las Vegas was the backdrop of an unofficial, fun-filled Thunderbird reunion in the weekend of October 16. The 30 participants included local Las Vegas alumni chapter members, current students and alumni from as far away as Japan. Most of the events were hosted at Planet Hollywood right on the strip. This is […]