The Inevitable Mishaps of Traveling, Part 2

By Amanda Cardini, Staff Writer Last week I wrote about an experience I had when traveling in Italy in which I missed my train stop, got stuck in an elevator, missed a second train and ultimately arrived at my destination hours later than planned. I reached out to other T-birds to see if they had […]

Fidel Castro Roundtable

By Mary Grace Richardson, Staff Writer Last week Cuban politician and revolutionary Fidel Castro passed, resurfacing a storm of debate surrounding his legacy. With his death being a chance to reflect on Cuba’s past, we can understand where our own idea of the leader is rooted and what it might say about our upbringing, where […]

A Thunderbird Secret Agent?*

by Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer Warning: If you are allergic to satire, proceed with caution. According to recently leaked intelligence reports, an unnamed member of Thunderbird’s finance faculty is actually a secret International Monetary Fund (IMF) agent working under the code name “Speculatre.” (The report did not say whether the agent is related to MALEFICENT, Thunderbird’s […]