Das Tor News

The Navajo way: Summerim blends healthcare, culture

Phoenix has cutting edge health care and biotechnology centers that attract interest from all over the world, but Thunderbird Professor Karen Brown, Ph.D., also wanted…

Ten things to do when your car breaks down in Liberia

Thunderbird’s Liberia TEM Lab team provided inspiration for Interim Thunderbird President Barbara Barrett, who spoke Aug. 17, 2012, at the summer commencement. Following is the…

World awaits your innovation, keynote speaker tells graduates

The world awaits the innovation that will come from Thunderbird School of Global Management graduates in the coming decades, retired Target Chairman and CEO Bob…

Germany, Greece settle differences (at least at Thunderbird)

Thunderbird School of Global Management’s traditional Parade of Flags took a twist Dec. 16 2011, when students from Germany and Greece found themselves on stage…

ThunderCares Day Photos

ThunderCares is an event put on every trimester where Thunderbird students, staff and faculty take time to volunteer in the local community. Another way to…

Open forum: Clearinghouse of ideas

From its inception in 1969, Das Tor has represented “a clearinghouse of ideas” for Thunderbird students. This is your space to vent, pontificate or champion…

Unpaid internships: Worth considering

By Heather Kipnis ’11 This summer I worked in Managua, Nicaragua with Agora Partnerships, a nonprofit whose mission is to unleash the potential of high…

Students celebrate Moon Festival

Students in the China, Taiwan and Japan Clubs shared their Moon Festival traditions with their classmates Sept. 14, 2011, at the Fish. “The Moon Festival…

ThunderCares volunteers blanket community

Thunderbird students, staff and alumni joined forces on July 23, 2011, for a day of community service in the neighborhoods around campus. Separate groups of…