A ThunderCares Saturday

It was that time of year again. The day that T-Birds take the town and make it a little bit better than it was before. Also known as ThunderCares. For those that don’t know, ThunderCares was started 7 years ago by students on campus and the TSG to find a productive way to give back […]

Spring Foundations Welcomes New Students

With nearly 60 students entering Thunderbird Spring intake in January, the campus was buzzing with the sounds of Diamondbacks, Sidewinders and Jack Rabbits.  It was a stellar two weeks led by the Thunderbird administration, staff and faculty as well as our fearless cohort co-captains, Tiago Ferraz and Sushank Bhandarkar, and cohort leaders Julia Mitusova (Diamondbacks), […]

A Talk about Extracurricular Activities

When I first got to Thunderbird, I was full with fervor and drive to be the best student I had ever been. Graduate school was, and still is, no small undertaking. I quit my job, backed off from the volunteer organizations I was working with and threw myself wholeheartedly into my school work. Academically, I […]

Page from a T-bird’s diary

B-schools – you may have seen them, heard about them from friends but you need to be in one to fully understand what it is really like. It is hard to believe that one whole trimester has passed by in the wink of an eye. From Foundations to last term finals, the journey has been […]

Pisco, Picchu, and Peru

By Kyle Mahoney Five weeks ago, eighteen T-birds with only a trimester of business school under their belts headed to Lima, Peru. Several of us had been here before, but for the majority it was the first time experiencing this beautiful country. We were determined to make this trip unique and exciting, and, without knowing […]

On-Demand? Why would someone do that?

By Kelly Swanson When I saw the staff of the Das Tor listed in the magazine I asked myself, “Where are the On-Demand folks?” I kept reading, and found a small article that mentioned the On-Demand program and how they were going on an RBE. Farther back in some other issues it was mentioned again. […]