A Leadership Crisis in Africa

By Bethany-Angel Chijindu, Staff Writer The more things change, the more things stay the same. That I think could be the best way to describe the current leadership crisis on the African continent.  In the past few days, we have seen a major change in Zimbabwe, with Robert Mugabe leaving power and office after 37 […]

The Inevitable Mishaps of Traveling, Part 1

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By Amanda Cardini, Staff Writer It seems to be inevitable that something will not go as planned when traveling. Whether its a missed flight, misread directions or some other sort of inconvenience, this aspect of travel can be both a blessing and a curse. Sometimes a change in plans can lead to an accidental adventure, […]

A T-bird Traveling Alone

By Gillian Reid, Guest Writer What does it really mean to be a Thunderbird? Being a ‘Thunderbird’ can have countless meanings, and everyone takes it in a different way. For me, being a T-bird is about embracing myself and going for things that scare me. This is part of the reason why I decided to […]

Winterim Fair

To everyone in attendance last week at the Winterim fair, the feeling in the air was palpable–excitement, positivity, and a little anxiety. I attended a few of the information sessions regarding January’s offerings, and looking around the room at my fellow students, I couldn’t help but think that finally we were in competition with each […]

African Safari

Continuing the stories on the 2013 Winterims, today’s article describes Dr. Barbarinde’s Winterim that takes you through the emerging markets of South Africa. Here’s a snapshot of Nicole Mueller’s (’14) experience at the Winterim, in her own words. Meeting with the International Finance Corporation – It was so great to hear about all the projects […]