The graphs above show the results of the SGA executive election, which took place on Wednesday, Feb. 22. Laken Berry ran unopposed for vice president of legislative affairs. In order to win the position, the candidate had to receive at least 51% of the vote. There will be a runoff election on Wednesday, March 1, to determine director of representation, president and director of administration.
(PHOTO/ Bishal Niroula) Left to right: Secretary Madison Castle, a junior from Lansing, Michigan; President Anna Laura Kirchharr, a junior English major from Uriah; Treasurer Matthew Parker, a junior from Niceville, Florida; and Vice President Indiana Poret, a senior social science major from Nice, France, are initiated into Phi Alpha Delta.
(PHOTO/ Zenith Shrestha) Troy Elementary students experience the outdoor classroom after Troy University volunteers cleaned up the nature trail.
(PHOTO/ Bishal Niroula) The revised flier now hangs in the English department.
(PHOTO/ TROY/Clif Lusk) Chief of Police John McCall displays some of the University Police Department’s equipment it acquired through the military program.
(PHOTO/ Asem Abdelfattah) The 2018-2019 SGA senate met for the first time Tuesday.
(PHOTO/ Emmie Haas) Douglas Dick (left) and Meredith Durden (right) received Greek Man and Woman of the Year awards.
(PHOTO/ Pawan Khanal) Chancellor Jack Hawkins and faculty raise their “Trojan swords” during the alma mater at the Honors Convocation on Monday night.
(PHOTO/ Google Maps) A group of students have started a petition to rename South George Wallace Drive, but is facing backlash from local politicians.