One world on one campus; getting involved with the international community

(PHOTO/ Pawan Khanal) Chi Alpha held a welcome party for international students on the lawn of Pace Hall on Aug. 17. Ganlin Xiong from China and Leticia Daordzi, a senior nursing major from Accra, Ghana, compete in a three-legged race.  Brady Talbert  Staff Writer Students from around the globe attend Troy University, and American students interested Read More

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Review: ‘Scary Stories’ doesn’t have the same impact on adults as children

Sarah Mountain Staff Writer “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” incited a lot of feelings in me in the fourth grade – adrenaline, excitement, intrigue, a little fear and a little rebellion.  This was not the type of story I would normally go for, nor one that my parents would have liked for me to Read More

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Success equals support?

Hanna Cooper Staff Writer Troy’s women’s basketball team has ranked in the top four in Sun Belt Conference standings for five consecutive seasons, including back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances in 2016 and 2017. However, many students and fans don’t view the sport as worth attending.   While student attendance was up 400% from previous seasons, free Chick-fil-A Read More

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