Mm… Delicious Food for Thought

By: Alina Buzgar, News & Features Editor Sharing a meal together is an important part of most cultures around the world and it helps members of society build bonds. Modern anthropology tends to stress the usefulness of food as a marker of social boundaries. Plus, eating with friends is fun! Brown Bag Lunch Talks or […]

The Final Fortnight

By Adam Nilsen As I look back at my schedule for the last two weeks, I can see “class, meeting, class, meeting, class…” I have a to-do list that tracks each trimester and as each day dawns, it gets smaller and smaller. Case write-ups for Global Strategy – check. Interviews for Business Intelligence – check. […]

A Mormon Regional Night

By Taylor Bradford Mormon Thunderbirds are proud to host a Mormon Culture Night at Thunderbird on November 12th at the TEC. There will be panels about everything from prominent Mormon leaders in business, to how to get started with your genealogy . Come prepared for a wonderful experience, and a lot of education. Today, The […]

Thunderbird Welcomes Algerian Professors

Campus was taken over last week by delegates from the Université de Ouargla, Algeria as they learned different styles and techniques of teaching. A total of eight professors represented the faculty consisting of business professionals and administration, including a translator as nobody from the team could speak English fluently. Mainly from the finance and accounting […]