A Small World After All: Looking Back on Regional Night

by Daisy Jasmine, Staff Writer   Just a few weeks ago, the usually-quiet Thunderbird campus saw a brief and shining return to its former glory. In anticipation of the impending campus move, alumni of all ages flocked home from all corners of the world to roost one last time at this pastoral slice of Glendale. […]

Speaking With Intention: Sticks and Stones and the Damage of Words

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By Amanda Cardini, Co-Editor Despite the old adage “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” words can be harmful. Most of us don’t always think before we speak, especially if we’re talking to friends or peers. If we feel comfortable with the person we’re talking to, it’s easy to […]

Campus Tribute Weekend: Commemorating Thunderbird

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By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor This weekend T-birds from near and far are flying home to say one final goodbye to their beloved campus. In a few short months Thunderbird will no longer call Glendale home, but will instead be nested within the ever-growing streets of downtown Phoenix. While the move offers much potential for Thunderbird’s […]

The T-bird Bucket List: Making the Most of the Final Months on Campus

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By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor  Students arriving back on campus this January were confronted with a strange feeling. The return to school this semester brought students face to face with the reality that Thunderbird’s historic campus will soon cease to exist. At a yet to be decided date sometime over the next year, Thunderbird will move […]

5 Reasons Why I am Glad I Chose Thunderbird

By Bethany-Angel Chijindu, Staff Writer Graduation is around the corner, and so ends my time at Thunderbird. It seems like it was only yesterday when I moved to campus full of trepidation yet excitement. However, it has been a couple of months since I arrived campus on the 2nd of January this year. I am […]

Regional Night Has Officially Been Revived

By Nash Wills, Co-Editor Controversy, criticism, stirring the pot—necessary evils that are never fun to cause, provide, or do. Like most, I would prefer to not dole out negative feedback, especially towards colleagues and classmates. Somewhat ironically though, who else can you constructively criticize other than those you know and work with? Isn’t criticism directed […]

Regional Nights: Something’s Gotta Change

By Nash Wills, Co-Editor On Thursday of last week, a couple of the Latino bros from A-Dorms had an asado outside of Martin’s room. Seeking a welcome break from an otherwise stressful week, I strolled over to see if I couldn’t snag a piece of the carne they were cooking. As always, the food was […]

Western Regional Night: Fall 2016

By Laura Aviles, Staff Writer The lights were off, the music was on, the food was served, the flavors were mixed and the people, well the people were ready for the second Regional Night of Fall 2016. The second Regional Night of this semester was held on Saturday, November 19. The event was promoted by […]

Regional Night Spring 2016: Ensemble

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor Thunderbird’s last Regional Night of Spring 2016 took place Saturday April 2nd. The theme was “Ensemble” and the dinner menu impressively managed to incorporate cuisine from four continents: pierogis from Europe, feijoada and empanadas from South America, injera and atkilt wat from Africa and even pepperoni pizza from North America. After […]

Checking in with the Underbirds

By Emma Livingston, Co-Editor On ASU’s West Campus, a group of 22 young students is honing its global mindset a little sooner than most of us. They are pursuing their Bachelor of Global Management degree as part Thunderbird’s first undergraduate cohort. Das Tor first covered this cohort in the fall, when Editor-in-Chief Alina Buzgar profiled four students […]