The Survivor: A Story of Gratitude

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By Billy Pierre, Staff Writer It is customary to start a new year with resolutions. Most of the time, these do not hold until the end of February. I would rather dedicate my first article for this semester as a gesture of gratitude. Gratitude first to be alive. For that, allow me to share with […]

Getting Lucky Around the Globe

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By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor Although St. Patrick’s Day didn’t originate in America, the holiday is widely celebrated throughout the U.S. by the Irish, kids and beer-drinkers alike. Every year on March 17, everything from apparel to alcohol turns green, and shamrocks are adorned for luck. Aside from the luck of the Irish, Americans have their […]

Lunar Festival Brings Vietnam to Arizona

By: Guest Writers Jasmine Pham, David J. Roman, and Vince Vu Nghia (Vince) Vu (MBA ’15, Vietnam) recalled with a smile how Ho Chi Minh City comes alive for the Tet Nguyen Dan festival, vibrant horticultural displays everywhere along “Flower Street” for three weeks. He and Tra (Jasmine) Pham (MBA ’15, Vietnam) are both the […]

Chinese New Year Celebrations

Chinese New Year was celebrated by Thunderbirds on the New Year’s Eve – January 30th evening at Greentree Apartments located right opposite to the campus. Both the Greater China Club and Taiwan Club planned and hosted this celebration. The planning and execution of this celebration needs commendable appreciation. Invitations were sent much early during the […]