Short Story: The Group Project From Hell

By Chris Barton, Editor-in-Chief Professor ____ – Yesterday in class you had us fill out team evaluations. I’m sure that you noticed that I scored a particular member of my team rather harshly, and I’d like to explain why. First of all, I’d like to commend you on building a group that embodied the international […]

My Favorite Places on Campus

By Emma Livingston, Co-editor Fall classes have started and our beautiful Thunderbird campus in Glendale, Arizona, has come alive again with students rushing to and from class, enjoying leisurely lunches and chats with their colleagues outside the Commons and shouting to each other from the balcony of A Dorm to the balcony of B Dorm (the […]

From the Archives – Famous Buildings in Thunderbird

In this column, we look at the rich history of the famous buildings of Thunderbird School of Global Management. Frank L. Snell Learning Center The Frank L.Snell Learning Center comprises three buildings connected by covered walkways. Completed in 1980, The Snell Learning Center was dedicated on June 5, 1981. It is named after Frank Snell […]