On Change and Grief

By Daisy Jasmine, Staff Writer The coiling, Seussian palm trees seen from the window of every white-brick dorm room. The Fish and the lone surviving swimming pool, which have born witness to endless revelry through the years. The Jacuzzi fountain, sitting pristine outside of the sturdy, stocky Snell building, “watering hole” for students seeking support […]

They Are Not Moving Thunderbird, They Are Relaunching It

By Michael H. Moffett, Continental Grain Professor in Finance, Thunderbird I came to Thunderbird in 1994. I gave up tenure at a Pac10 school to risk my professional future at a school that embraced international business. Where international was not a niche, but the point. It had been known as an old war stories college, […]