What TSG Needs to Do in Spring 2019: 7 Calls to Action

By Isaac Miller MAGAM ’19, Guest Writer This is a long, (hopefully) constructive read. Here’s an outline: Opening Remarks on why I’m writing, and what TSG Leadership should do in Spring 2019. TSG-Specific Action Areas 1) Leverage the Hierarchy 2) Yearlong Terms Thunderbird-Wide Action Areas 3) Raise Admission Standards, Practices 4) Integrate More Travel 5) […]

The MAGAM Quest to Perfect

By Emily Wilcoxson, Guest Writer  Even though none of us will ever attain perfection, I believe we should all aim for it. Why should we aim for something that there’s little possibility in achieving you ask? Because at least that means we strived for the very best. If you set your bar low, you will […]

TSG Candidates Fall ’17: A Closer Look

By Mary Grace Richardson, Co-editor It’s election season at Thunderbird for one more day, and unfortunately for reality TV fans out there, everyone has relatively been getting along and tensions have been low. Luckily for the student body, though, the candidates are not only very qualified, but also personable and engaging people who have shown […]

Block and Tackle: How to Prevent Overcommitting

By Mary Grace Richardson, Co-Editor I love things like this, I thought when Professor Suzanne Peterson assigned our class to participate in feedback evaluations. For those unfamiliar with the class “Managing People from a Global Perspective,” we were required to reach out to 5-10 people in our network (friends, family, colleagues, former bosses, classmates, etc.) […]

ThunderLeaf Takes Root

By Mary Grace Richardson, Co-editor Thunderbird is producing more than just savvy business students this semester. Looking to promote people’s well-being across Thunderbird, club President Solomon Frank (MAGAM ’18) had the idea to start ThunderLeaf, a sustainable garden on campus that nurtures a positive community experience. After reaching out to his friends, some with lots […]

A Tour of the Club World

By Mary Richardson, Staff Writer   Historically, clubs have been a major driver of the Thunderbird Mystique, the intangible spirit, mindset, and curiosity of the students. Those who attended Club Day on Sept. 9 had a sampling of these qualities, and with each table’s unique touches, clubs gave students a snapshot of all the different […]

TSG Spring ’16

Das Tor welcomes the new team of Thunderbird Student Government (TSG) Student Representatives for Spring 2016. Thank you for your commitment to the T-bird community and thank you for your service. President Andrea Kaloush (MAGAM ’16, US)     Vice President Ellen Alexander (MAGAM ’16, US)     Treasurer Abhishek Munsi (MBA ’16, India),   […]

Clubbing Day

By Alina Buzgar, Editor-in-Chief At Thunderbird, the start of school always coincides with an avalanche of student-driven events happening alongside classes and academic work. Club Day is a perfect example. Thunderbird Student Government (TSG) creates an opportunity for students to launch and lead clubs on campus in order to enrich our professional experience, business and […]

ASU to Acquire Volkswagen in $10b Deal*

by Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer Warning: Satire in, on, or around this article. According to an announcement sent to students from Arizona State University (ASU) President Michael Crow, ASU has agreed to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Volkswagen AG, the troubled car maker, for an estimated price of ten billion dollars. “The purchase of […]

Regional Night Under the Stars

By Nash Wills, Staff Writer In what initially began as an uphill battle, this past Saturday’s Regional Night proved to be a success, drawing large numbers of T-birds and demonstrating that intangible we all like to refer to as the Thunderbird Mystique, which differentiates us from other graduate level business schools. With the Thunderbird Event […]